UP Board to commence online classes for students from 18th Aug, Get Complete UPMSP Academic Calendar 2020 Here

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UP Board Classes to Begin on 18th Aug: As per the latest update, the UPMSP i.e. UP Board has released a detailed academic calendar for 2020-21 year. The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad plans to commence online classes for all students from 18th August 2020 onwards. Taking into account the prevailing situation, schools across the state would remain closed until further notice and therefore classes for UP Board Schools 2020 would be held online through Swayam Prabha’ and ‘Doordarshan Uttar Pradesh’ channels. The Board is planning to release the detailed class-wise and subject-wise timetable for the online classes soon and students would be required to attend their classes in accordance with it.

Download UPMSP Academic Calendar 2020-21 – Direct Link

UPMSP Academic Calendar 2020 – Important Dates

According to the revised academic calendar 2020-21 released by UPMSP, the board plans to hold the online classes for UP Board students from 18th August 2020 onwards. In addition to this, the board has also adopted an on-going continuous assessment policy under which monthly exams would be held for all the students in the last week of every month. Online Classes would be closed on 31st January 2020. Other important dates for UP Board Academic Calendar 2020-21 can be found below:

Calendar Event


Online classes start date for various classes

18th August 2020

Monthly exams in online or offline mode for various classes

4th Week of Every Month

Date of closing online or offline classes

January 31, 2021

Practical exam dates

1st / 2nd Week of February 2021

Pre-board exams

1st / 2nd Week of February 2021

Class 9 and 11 annual internal exams

1st / 2nd Week of February 2021

Class 10 and 12 annual board exams

March/April 2021

Next session 2021-21 start date

April 2020 Onwards

School Principals To Ensure Students Attend Online Classes

As part of the new academic calendar, the board has proposed holding of online classes until further notice in line with the COVID-19 pandemic. As of now, the central or state governments have not issued any specific guidelines with regards to reopening of schools for in-person classes. Therefore, online classes are likely to continue for considerable time. Under such circumstances, the state board has entrusted responsibility of ensuring that students attend the Online Classes on the principals of the respective schools where students are registered. Moreover, students have been asked to download their books from ‘Diksha’ portal in form of PDF file.

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