UP Board Class 10 & Class 12 Result: Girls Secure Better Passing Percentage

Published: | April 30, 2018
UP Board Class 10 & Class 12 Result: Girls Secure Better Passing Percentage
  • The candidates who appeared in the UP Board exams can check their result on the official website of the UP board. 
  • The name of UP Board 2018 toppers as well as the overall passing percentage has also been declared by the board.

The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has released the High School (Grade 10) and Intermediate (Grade 12) results in April 2018. The candidates who appeared in the exams can check their result on the official website of the board once the result has been declared. As per the UP Board Class 10 results and UP Board Class 12 results, girls have outperformed boys in terms of passing percentage. Check the procedure to check results and list of toppers below.

Steps to Check UP Board Results:

  • Candidates are required log into the official website of the UP board.
  • Click on the link UPMSP results.
  • After that enter, candidates are required to enter their roll number and other important details.
  • The result will appear on the screen, download it and take the printout of the same for future reference.

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UP Board 2018 Pass Percentage:

Board Exam Level

Girls

Boys

Total

Class 10 exams

78.4%

67.4%

75.16%

Class 12 exams

78.8%

72.3%

72.43%

UP Board 2018 Toppers:

Board Exam

Class 10 Students

Class 10 Percentage

Class 12 Students

Class 12 Percentage

First Position

Anjali Verma

96.33%

Rajneesh Shukla

Akash Maurya

93.2%

Second Position

Yashashvi

94.5%

Ananya Rai

92.6%

Third Position

Vinay Kumar

Sani Verma

94.17%

Abhishek Kumar

Ajeet Patel

92.2%

Candidates can also check their results through an IVR system . IVR system provides results through a call and via SMS as well. UPMSP exams took place in the month of February-March 2018 for the academic year of 2017-18. The board witnessed that around 10 lakh candidates dropped out of the exam. The main reason behind such a huge number of dropped out is the strict measures and security system introduced by the board to avoid cheating and copying cases.

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As last year various cheating cases were reported, to check the same board installed CCTV cameras and introduced strict measures to avoid such incidents. The board came into existence in the year 1921 in Allahabad under the act of United Provinces Legislative Council. The first examination was conducted in the year 1923 and as of now, 22,000 secondary schools are recognized by the Uttar Pradesh Board of High School and Intermediate Education.

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