UP Police Has Taken A “Golden Step” For The Students Of 10th And 12th Examinations



Examinations are a huge stress in every student’s life. The restlessness, tension, exam pressure, insomniac and other problems are faced during the examinations time. In the examination hall, students need full attention to focus. Students needs next level of pin-drop silence in the hall. School teachers try to provide that type of silence in the hall inside the school. But every school is facing the noise which is coming from the premises of the school. Although, the teachers request to close the speakers which are played during the time of examinations but people usually don’t agree to them. And even if they agree with them, then the moving vehicles like autos and rickshaws play the music from which the students are disturbed from them.
Even the time of 3 hours feels like 45min-1 hour in the examination hall. After being distracted from such sounds, students will not feel any time to attempt the question. In each subject, students need to focus; it is not that only maths or accounts needs focus.
To escape from such sound problems, Uttar Pradesh’s cops have launched “anti-noise” helpline number as the students of UP Examination Board and CBSE Board are going to begin their examinations from – 17th February 2020 followed by the ICSE Board, which will be starting from 27th February 2020.
The aim of the police is to create favourable environment for students.
The Anti- noise helpline number will be – 112. It will be active from 15th February to 31st March 2020. U.P. Police had urged the students to focus in their examinations, need not to worry about the noise; care will be taken by them.
Additional Director General of Police Aseem Arun said that they will help students are disturbed by the noise during the studies. They will take action if there is more noise than the prescribed limit. Legal action will also be taken for consistently violating the rules.
Apart from this, a student helpline which will help resolve the queries of the students launched by UP Board. The toll- free number 1800 180 5310 and 1800 180 5312 is active every day from 8 am to 8 pm of the UP Board.

By: Suvarna Gupta
Content: https://www.indiatoday.in/education-today/notification/story/up-board-exam-2020-up-police-launches-anti-noise-helpline-number-10th-12th-papers-begin-tomorrow-1647200-2020-02-17

Facebook