Lucknow University is all set to conduct the UP B.Ed JEE 2022 examination tomorrow, July 06, 2022. The examination is going to be conducted in two shifts in around 123 centres situated in the state. The major centres wherein the UP B.Ed JEE exam will be held are Sitapur, Rae Bareli, Lakhimpur, Lucknow and Hardoi. The candidates who have already applied for the examination are advised to go through the instructions and guidelines that have to be followed tomorrow. The examination will be held from 9 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 5 pm.
UP B.Ed JEE Security Measures
Citing the importance of the examination, the authorities have decided to deploy heavy security to curb any kind of malpractices. The level of security can be ascertained from the fact that the chief minister is himself overviewing the whole situation. With the exam being scheduled for July 06, 2022, a review meeting was conducted by the district administration, police administration and concerned officials at Lucknow University. The meeting was attended by Dr Rajendra Singh of ADM Administration, Ruhelkhand University and Dr Anil Bisht, Convener of Lucknow, Prof. R.B. Singh, Convener of Lucknow District Prof.
The meeting ended with the decision that there will be tight security inside the centre premises within a radius of 500 metres. Also, a sub-inspector, two male and women police constables will be stationed at each centre. In order to overview the whole situation, Sector Magistrates will also be posted.
UP B.Ed JEE Exam Guidelines
The concerned authorities have also released a set of guidelines that have to be followed on the day of the UP B.Ed JEE 2022 exam. Some of which include not allowing gadgets such as mobile and electronic devices on exam day. Other than this, the candidates are also not allowed to carry study material with them inside the exam centres.
Reports suggest that around 50, 000 candidates will be allowed to take up the exam in the Lucknow district. Amongst that, around 30, 000 students will be taking up the exam in Lucknow city alone. The authorities have set up a total of 61 centres in Lucknow city alone.