Teachers’ organizations have opposed the UP Board’s preparations to start evaluation of copies of high school and intermediate examinations from April 25. The Uttar Pradesh Secondary Teachers Association (Thakurai faction) on Sunday sent letters to Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma, Principal Secretary (Secondary Education), Director of Education (Secondary) and Secretary UP Board on their mail. And from Monday the UP board has demanded withdrawal of the decision to start online classroom operations in schools.
State General Secretary of the organization Lalmani Dwivedi says that even after the results of the board candidates are declared, there will be no opportunity to get admission in the next class before July. In such a situation, time till June 30 is available for evaluation and results. The results can be given before 30 June, when the evaluation starts from 15 May. In these 25 days the infection situation will become even more clear.
On the other hand, the State Teachers Association has sent a letter to the Chief Minister demanding that the assessment of the lockdown be postponed till May 3. State General Secretary of the organization Dr. Ravi Bhushan says that CBSE exams have not been completed, engineering and medical examinations have been postponed. UP Board assessment centers do not have the means to deal with the epidemic. In such a situation, it would not be appropriate to endanger the lives of teachers.