The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has extended the last date to submit forms for the high school and intermediate examinations 2022. The last date to submit the forms is November 08, 2021. In addition to this, the last date for advance registration of classes 9 and 11 has also been extended till November 08, 2021. This extension to extend the deadline came after the demands from the principals of the schools.
Divyakant Shukla, the UP Board secretary has stated that the principals of the schools affiliated to UP Board can now scrutinize the online forms and also amend the incorrect details between November 09 and 14, 2021. The respective schools will now have to submit a copy of the list of students with their photographs pasted against their names along with the treasury receipt of the deposited fees to the Board’s regional offices by November 18, 2021. The school heads have to upload details of the students on the website – upmsp.edu.in by November 08, 2021.
Those students who could not fill up and submit the examination forms can now do so within the extended deadline. Regular students have to pay a fee of Rs 500 and private students must pay a fee of Rs 700 for the high school examinations. For additional subjects under the high school regulation, the fee is Rs 200 per subject. Likewise, regular students of the intermediate class have to pay a fee of Rs 600 while private students must pay Rs 800. For additional subjects under the intermediate category, the fee is Rs 200 per subject.
To ensure that the personal details of the students such as name, mother’s name, father’s name, etc. are printed correctly on the certificates of the students, these details must be countersigned by the parents, class teacher or principal and then uploaded on the official site. In that case, the parent, class teacher or principal will be responsible for any error in the details. Thus, every detail of the candidate must be uploaded carefully and correctly.
The Board officials mentioned that more than 51 lakh students have already filled the forms for the high school and intermediate examinations of the UP Board. For the class examinations, around 27.7 lakh students have registered along with 14,000 private students. Similarly, for the intermediate examinations, 23.42 lakh students have registered including 1.14 lakh private candidates. Even for advance registrations, 31.14 lakh students have registered in class 9 and 26.04 lakh students for class 11.