Prayagraj: The authorities Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP), commonly known as UP Board, have declared the dates of scrutiny after announcing the results of classes 10th and 12th on Saturday. Along with this, the Board authorities have opened a grievance cell which would start functioning from June 22.
“Students dissatisfied with their result of high school and intermediate examination-2022 can apply online for scrutiny till July 12,” said secretary UP Board, Divyakant Shukla, adding that for written and practical section, students will have to deposit a fee of Rs 500 per question paper.
“The necessary instructions related to scrutiny are available on the UP Board’s official website — upmsp.edu.in — and candidates interested can deposit the prescribed fee for the subjects they wish to apply in the state treasury through challan,” he added.
Following this, along with the printout of the online form of scrutiny duly filled by them, the challan receipt needs to be sent by registered post to the UP regional office concerned by July 12, he further said.
Along with this, the Board authorities have opened a grievance cell which would start functioning from June 22. The cell would be functioning in all the five regional offices of the Board at Prayagraj, Meerut, Bareilly, Varanasi and Gorakhpur. The cell is being made functional to resolve any problem or complaint related to the results of the students who had appeared in the UP Board High School and Intermediate Examination-2022. “If there is an error in the name, parent’s name, date of birth or any other details in the marksheet-cum-certificate of the students, then they can get the corrections done by giving a representation to the cell,” said Shukla. The Board office would start functioning from June 22 onwards. Following declaring the results on Saturday, Board officials had announced closure of the office for June 20 and 21 (Monday and Tuesday) for its staff and officials, both at the Board headquarters and all its regional offices.