UP Board Time Table 2019 has been released for the students of class 10 and class 12. The students were happy with the board’s decision of releasing the date sheet earlier than the usual time. But now, the students are facing a huge trouble as they will have to appear for Mathematics and Physics exams back to back two days.
According to the UP Board Time Table 2019, the exam of Mathematics will be held on February 21, 2019, while the Physics exam will be conducted on February 22, 2019. So, the students have the issue with these two big exams which will be conducted continuously.
The students who have all the three subjects such as Computer, Mathematics, and Physics are having even a bigger problem. These candidates will have to appear for the two exams on the same day i.e. for Computer and Mathematics (February 21, 2019) and then again they will have to enroll in the exam for Physics just the next day (February 22, 2019).
The exam of Computer will be held in the morning slot. So, the students will have to appear for it from 8:00 am to 11:15 am then on the very same day, they will have to appear in Mathematics. Maths exam will be held from 2:00 pm to 5:15 pm in the evening slot. However, the students would manage this scenario. But they will not get the gap of even a single day for the Physics exam. So, they will have to enroll for the Physics exam (on 22 Feb) in the evening slot i.e. from 2:00 pm to 5:15 pm.
The students are very stressed and they are requesting the board to postpone at least one exam. However, Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad has not released the time table on the official website. So, the changes in the time table may happen. Thus, the students are advised to be calm and wait for the board’s decision.
UP Board class 10 and class 12 exams will begin from February 07, 2019. The board exams of class 10 will end on February 28, 2019, while the students of class 12 will have to appear for the board exams till March 02, 2019.
In a total around 59.9 lakh, students are appearing for the UP Board exam. This year, there is a decrement of 8.5 lakh students as the total number of students who enrolled in the board’s exams were 66. 4 lakh in the previous year. For class 10 exams, the number of the registered students is 32 lakh in which 23, 944 students are from the private category. There are at least 25.8 lakh candidates who have registered for class 12 exams, Out of which 68,440 are from the private category.
So, the students are suggested to be calm. You can share your views on this issue. To do so, you can sue the comment section given below.