UP Board Result 2022: Full marks for out of syllabus questions; extra mark for good handwriting

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Yamini Saini
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Updated on Apr 25, 2022 14:46 IST

The UP Board Evaluation 2022 has begun from April 23. Students with a good handwriting will be awarded one additional mark on top of marks obtained.

UP Board Evaluation 2022: The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has begun with the UP Board evaluation process for classes 10 and 12 from April 23. The UPMSP Copies' evaluation process will conclude on May 5. With the evaluation process underway, UP Board has made a major announcement. The state board will be awarding students wih full marks for all the questions that were asked out of syllabus for both classes 10 and 12. The evaluation is being done for over 2.25 crore answer-sheets of 47,75,749 students at 271 evaluation centres spread across the state.

In total,12 questions across all subjects in UP Board intermediate exams were asked from syllabus/topics that were excluded. Similarly, several questions in the 7 core subjects of UP Board Class 10 exams 2022 were also from the syllabus which was excluded for this year.

“Taking note of the slip-ups, UP Board has instructed chief head examiners and examiners busy evaluating answer-sheets of UP Board’s high school and intermediate examinations-2022 to award equal marks to all the examinees for all such questions asked from outside the curriculum in around a dozen subjects of class 12 and seven core subjects of class 10,” said UP Board officials.

Due to COVID-19, the UP board had announced a reduction of 30% of the syllabus for all subjects for High School and Intermediate Exams 2021-22. However, despite this announcement, in a few question paper sets, the board had included questions from topics or chapters that were excluded from this year’s curriculum. For such questions, students will be awarded full marks, even if they have not attempted them.

 A detailed six-page “special instructions” have been sent to the deputy head examiners and examiners by UP Board secretary Divyakant Shukla detailing subject-wise instructions that they need to adhere to while evaluating the answer-sheets.

The subject-wise tally and paper code for which UP board will award full marks to the students are explained below:

UP Board Class 10 Evaluation: Marks to be awarded

Subject

Paper Code

Number of Marks

Sanskrit

818AS

33 Marks

818AR

10 Marks

818AQ

8 Marks

818AP

3 Marks

818AT

2 Marks

818AQ

4 Marks

Mathematics

822AX

2 Marks

822AY

4 Marks

822BA

4 Marks

Home Science

823BC

6 Marks

823BD

6 Marks

Hindi

801AD

2 Marks

Science

823BJ

1 Mark

Social Science

825BY

9 Marks

825CA

6 Marks

825CD

4 Marks

Computer

836

10 Marks

UP Board Class 12 Evaluation: Marks to be awarded

Subject

Paper Code

No of Marks

Mathematics

329FP

10 Marks

324FF

7 Marks

324FH

3 Marks

324FI

5 Marks

324JD

4 Marks

Hindi

301DL

1 Mark (wrong correct options)

General Hindi

302DP

5 Marks (misprint)

302DR

5 Marks (out of syllabus)

Economics

329FP

10 Marks

Techincal Arts / Pravidhiki Kala

336

16 Marks

Chemistry

247GL

6 Marks

347GM

3 Marks

Biology

348GT

12.5 Marks

348GC

5 Marks

348GU

4 Marks

348GR

2 Marks

348GQ

2 Marks

348GO

1 Mark

Accounting

349

17 Marks

Business Studies

350

25 Marks

Sanskrit

303DW

16 Marks

303DY

10 Marks

303DY

3 Marks

303DZ

1 Mark

303EA

5 Marks

303EB

5 Marks

Business Organization

622

12 Marks

History

321EP

44 Marks

321EL

5 Marks

321EM

2 Marks

321EN

5 Marks

321EK

10 Marks

Civics

323FD

34 Marks

323EY

15 Marks

323FC

9 Marks

Geography

322ET

6 Marks

Moreover, some of the subjects and respective paper codes have a high number of marks which will be awarded to the students even if they have not attempted them. For instance, Class 12 History with Paper Code 321EP has questions worth a total of 44 Marks which were out of the syllabus. As a result, all the students who appeared for the UP Board Class 12 History Exam 2022 with paper code 321EP have passed the exam even if they have left the answer sheet blank.

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