The UP Board has increased the scrutiny fee by five times. In the previous year, every subject of high school and intermediate had to pay 100 rupees for the scrutiny (examination) students admitted, but in the 2019 exam students have to pay a fee of Rs 500 per subject. For the scrutiny of the copies in board exams, Rs 100 per subject was fixed till last year, but now in the new system, the students will be charged a fee of five hundred rupees for this. Apart from this, for the scrutiny of the practical exam, there is a fee of Rs 100 per application, but in the new system, students will also have to deposit a fee of five hundred rupees.
It is interesting that the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) still charging 300 for the scrutiny. In addition, the UP Board has also increased the 10th-12th recognized fees of new schools from 10 thousand to 30 thousand rupees. For the recognition of the additional class of inter-classes, 20 thousand instead of five and one-time recognition for the Intermediate examination will be given 30 thousand rupees instead of 10.