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UP may cancel recognition 'non-serious' schools

AGRA: UP deputy chief minister Dinesh Sharma on Wednesday expressed satisfaction over his talk over with to the UP board exam centres control room in Aligarh and mentioned that steps are being taken to cancel the recognition of colleges that don't seem to be imparting quality education to scholars.

Talking to media after visiting the control room, set up for tracking CCTV cameras put in classrooms to curb dishonest, Sharma mentioned that the situation is far better now. Atrauli, which was notorious for dishonest, has reputedly progressed. He mentioned, now the district government will prepare an inventory of colleges which don't seem to be offering “excellent” education to scholars.

In order to make the examinations copying-free, CCTV cameras and voice recorders were put in at the exam centres this yr. He mentioned that the board exams in Uttar Pradesh can be completed in 16 working days and this can be a big success in the case of saving time and assets.

He instructed media that he is proud of the arrangements made at exam centres to curb dishonest and putting an end to the “nakal mafias”.

On being asked about IAF’s operation throughout LoC, Dinesh Sharma mentioned that Pakistan will have to pay more than what they are doing. He mentioned, “Prime Minister doesn’t interfere, but when any individual instigates him, he doesn’t allow them to cross easily”.

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