UP Board Exam 2020: Students can edit errors online till February 25

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New Delhi, Updated on Feb 14, 2020 12:57 IST

Talking about the step taken by the Board, the Board secretary, Neena Srivastava stated that UPSEB has opened the online window for correction only to be sure that the students get error-free UP Board marksheet and certificates.

UP Secondary Education Board (UPSEB) is giving the registered students a last chance to make rectifications and edit errors in the data they have uploaded on the official web portal of the Board. If the students have made a spelling mistake or have uploaded a blurred photograph on the UPSEB web portal, it is their last chance to make the required changes. The Board has opened the online window for corrections till February 25.   

The UPSEB has opened the online window for the class 10 and class 12 students to rectify the errors. The Board has opened the online window on February 10 and it will be closed soon on February 25. Talking about the step taken by the Board, the Board secretary, Neena Srivastava stated that UPSEB has opened the online window for correction only to be sure that the students get error-free UP Board marksheet and certificates. Earlier, the UPSEB opened the online window for correction from October 20 to November 16, 2019.

In an official notification, Srivastava has directed school principals to ensure that all the important details of class 10 and class 12 students must be entered correctly. The uploaded photographs should not be blurred. In case the photograph is missing or different details are provided by the students both in Hindi and English, then their results will be withheld and the school principal will be responsible for the delay. Such strict initiatives are being taken to ensure the release of error-free marksheets, especially in the Hindi language.

The UP board took this step in compliance with the Allahbad High court order on Manish Dwivedi’s petition. Manish approached the court after receiving his marksheet and certificates with spelling errors.  Manish moved to the court when the Board refused to make the correction.

Before 2005, students used to receive their scorecards and certificates in the Hindi language. Following the introduction of English, the Board got flooded with complaints of errors in marksheets and certificates. This is why the Board has taken this huge step five days before the beginning of the Board exams. Candidates making changes in all three names (his/her own and parents’ name) will have to submit evidence.

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