The Parisksha Niyamik Praadhikaari (PNP) has conducted the Uttar Pradesh Junior Aided High School 2021 examination on October 17, 2021, and will now be releasing the results. As per reports, the results for the same will be released on November 15, 2021, i.e. Monday. Once the results are out, candidates will be available to check the same from the official website – updeled.gov.in. The results were expected to be out yesterday. However, due to technical reasons, the same had to be postponed. According to Sanjay Kumar Upadhyay, secretary of the Examination Regulatory Authority, the UP Junior Aided result 2021 will now be declared on Monday.
As many as 272380 out of 337915 candidates had appeared for the written examination that took place on October 17. After receiving objections, it was found that four questions were wrong in the final answer key. Answers to several questions were changed while more than one answer was found to be correct for some questions. Hence, based on the report of the subject experts and various objects, the answers to many questions have been changed.
In the series A booklet, questions 75, 103, and 138 of English turned out wrong. Whereas question number 136 of Science and Mathematics has been removed considering it wrong. In question 16 of General Studies, two options are considered correct. In Hindi, two questions 74 and 122 have two correct answers and one question 101 has a changed answer. For two questions viz. 81 and 91 in Sanskrit, it was found that two answers are correct while the answer for three questions 76, 102, and 130 is changed.
Three out of four answers in English of question 58 are considered correct while two answers of one question 125 are correct. Similarly, in Social Studies, the answer to two questions 117 and 147 has been changed. Two answers to questions 58 and 61 are correct in Science and Mathematics. However, the answers to three questions 70, 82, and 144 have been changed. Two answers to question 32 of the second paper held for the recruitment of headmasters are considered correct.
A total of 1500 posts for assistant teachers and 390 headmaster posts are going to be filled. These vacancies are available in the non-government aided junior high schools in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The official answer keys were released on October 22 while candidates had time up to October 26 to raise objections. The examination was held keeping in mind all the necessary COVID-19 protocols.