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The Yogi government will end the recognition of 67 schools



Prayagraj: The Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Board (UPSEB) has started the process of withdrawing recognition from 67 schools where proxy candidates were taken in secondary and intermediate board examinations. These 120 bogus candidates, locally called ‘Munna Bhai’, were captured from these schools and FIRs were filed against them and they were sent to jail.

UP Board Secretary Divyakant Shukla said, “We have identified 67 colleges in the state from which proxy applicants have been nabbed.” Lawsuits have been filed against all of them. The Council has prepared a list of such schools based on reports received through DIOS and the schools that have entered proxy candidates have failed to meet the prescribed requirements for recognition.

Results for classes 1-8 will be ready by March 30

Shukla said these schools committed serious irregularities in the conduct of exams. Recognition of these institutions will be withdrawn. He informed that the process of withdrawing recognition from all 67 schools has been initiated. Meanwhile, annual home exams for grades 1-8 in public and state-subsidized schools will be held March 20-24. The evaluation of the answer sheets and the preparation of the results will be done by March 30, while the ballots will be distributed on March 31. The review takes place after an interval of two years.