Pauri will have the highest 166 UBSE examination centres and Champawat has the lowest 40 exam centres in the state. Out of the total 1,347 exam centres, 223 have been recognised as sensitive centres while 22 have been earmarked as very sensitive ones.
The decisions were taken on Wednesday in a meeting chaired by UBSE secretary Neeta Tiwari. According to TOI sources, the UBSE board exams are likely to be held in late April or in early May 2021. Last year, 2,71,415 students had written board exams in 1,324 examination centres. The exams were held in two phases due to Covid-19.
According to the exam forms filled, 1,48,828 students will appear for high school examination and 1,23, 485 students for intermediate examination. The maximum number of students — 44,143 — are from Haridwar. Champawat has the lowest of 8,255 UBSE board students.