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UP Govt. calls on ESMA to ban strikes for smooth functioning of UP Board exams

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The Uttar Pradesh Government called on to the Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) on Wednesday, ordering them to ban all strikes relating to the secondary education board for the next six months, in order to conduct the board examinations smoothly without causing inconvenience to the students. The ban will be implemented under the Essential Services Maintenance Act, 1968.

The Exams for Class 10 and 12 will begin from February 7.

“In the public interest, any strike in services related to secondary education board has been banned for six months,” an official release said.

The Exam will consist of 58,06,922 students appearing for the exam, also the govt. appointed Special Taskforce for monitoring the exams through CCTV cameras, jammers, and generators.

The exam is scheduled to be conducted in two shifts, one in the morning and one in the evening.

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