After the time table for the theory exams, UPMSP has announced the practical dates. The practical exams for class 10th and 12th students are going to begin from December 15. UP Intermediate (class 12th) practical exams are divided into two phases. The first phase is from December 15 to 29. And the second phase is from December 29 to January 13, 2020. Wherein the class 10th practical exams conducted by their respective schools. Students are advised to contact their school head’s to know the date and timings of practical exams.
On November 19, Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has released an official notice regarding the practical schedule. As per the notice, the class 12th (Intermediate) practical exams are from December 15. Just like the dates board has also divide the regions of the state.
Class 12th practical exams for the students from Agra, Saharanpur, Bareilly, Lucknow, Jhansi, Chitrakoot, Faizabad, Mirzapur, Devipatan and Basti zones conducted in between December 15 to 29 considered the first phase. The second phase is for the students from Aligarh, Meerut, Muradabad, Kanpur, Prayagraj, Varanasi, Azamgarh and Gorakhpur in between December 29 to Janauary 13.
For class 10th, the practical exams will conducted by the respective schools keeping in mind the board’s guidelines. The evaluation of the practical exams is on the basis of the performance of the students and the project work. Board has advised the students to get the schedule of their respevtive exams from their respective school heads/ principals.
As there is 50% marks weightage of the practical exams which includes the project. While the rest of the weightage of the paper lies in the theory exams. Students can go through the detailed notice of the practical exams 2020 by visiting its official website- upmsp.edu.in.
All the other details regarding High school (class 10th) and Intermediate (class 12th) including the timings and the centre of exams can also communicated via respected schools. Practical exams consists of the practical knowledge of the topics we have learned for theory. It is must to appear for the practical exams as the final evaluation of the marks consists of half of the weightage of the internal marks (Practical marks) send by the schools to the board.
UP Board is at its pace for 2020 board exams. Around 56 lakhs students have registered for both class 10th and 12th exams. Before the theory and main exams there will the preboard exams by the first week of December. The time table for this will be out by the next week of this month.