UP Board Exam 2020: Toll Free Helpline for Classes 10 & 12 Students Launched; Know the Number & Experts Advice

UPMSP has launched helpline number for students. The step is taken before UP 10th and 12th Board Examination 2020.

UP Board Exam 2020: Toll Free Helpline for Classes 10 & 12 Students Launched; Know the Number & Experts Advice
UP Board Exams 2020
UP Board Exam 2020: Toll Free Helpline for Classes 10 & 12 Students Launched; Know the Number & Experts Advice

Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has introduced helpline for students. The step is taken just before UP 10th and 12th Board Examination 2020. UP Boards Exams for classes 10 and 12 will start from February 18, 2020. 

The UP Board’s Toll Free Helpline number has been launched. It will help and assist the students with their queries, and provide guidance or counseling.  

UP Board’s Toll Free number are 1800 180 5310 and 1800 180 5312.

They will be active from 8 am to 8 pm every day. The experts would be available to answer all the queries of students regarding the upcoming UP board examination 2020.

Besides general queries, experts of English, life sciences, geography, general science, Hindi, Sanskrit, chemistry and other subjects are also available.

The helpline was launched by the Deputy CM, Dinesh Sharma. In the written statement issued by UPMSP, Additional Secretary has been designated as the Nodal Officer for the initiative. 

CBSE’s toll free number is 1800 11 8004 which was activated on February 1. It will provide general and psychological counselling to students till the end of the examination i.e. March 30, 2020.

What are the steps taken by UP government to stop cheating in board exams?

UP Government has made special measures to check mass cheating in the board examination 2020. The Yogi Government has installed measures such as live coverage, CCTV surveillance and even implementing Section 144 around sensitive zones. It has cracked the whip on cheating mafias. It is to be noted that all these measures are still in place. There will be flying squads to monitor board exams and inspect centres.