UP Board 10th and 12th class results declared: Tejaswi Devi tops class 10, pass percentage dips
UP Board 10th and 12th class results 2017: The results of the Class 10 and Class 12 board exams for the state of Uttar Pradesh have been declared today at 12.30 pm. Candidates can check their results from the official website of the UP Board once they have been announced. Follow the link below to know how to download.
3.35 pm: Priyanshi Tewari has topped the class 12 board exams with 96.20 per cent.
3.20 pm: The topper for the Class 10 Board exams is Tejaswi Devi who has scored a whooping 95.83 per cent.
3 pm: The pass percentage has dipped by more than 5 per cent for both class 10 and 12 compared to last year.
2.45 pm: The pass percentage for class 12 has also dropped compared to last year’s 87.99 per cent.
2.30 pm: Students need to have scored at least 33 per cent in each subject to pass.
2.15 pm: The pass percentage for class 10 has dropped from last year’s 87.66 per cent.
1.55 pm: The links for both class 10 and 12 results have been activated at the official sites. Students can now download their scores.
1.50 pm: Students who appeared for UP board class 12 exams can check their mark at the state board’s official website upresults.nic.in
1.30 pm: Among students who appeared for the class 12 state boards this year, 82.5 per cent have passed.
1.25 pm: The pass percentage for class 10 this year is 81.6 per cent.
1.20 pm: Around 57 centres were blacklisted this year on reports of cheating.
1.15 pm: About 34,04,571 students appeared for the class 10 board exams.
12.55 pm: To check your results, go to the official sites and enter your roll number. Here’s how you can check your results:
12.40 pm: Students who appeared for the class 10th and 12th exams can check their marks on the state’s official websites upmpc.edu.in and upresults.nic.in.
12.30 pm: UP Board Class 10th and 12th results declared
The state board exams are conducted by the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) which has the responsibility to grant recognition to state schools, prescribe courses and text books at the high school and intermediate levels of education, conduct high school and intermediate exams and provide equivalence to the examinations conducted by other Boards. There are more than 22,000 schools affiliated with the Board which was set up in 1921.
When were the board exams conducted?
Class 10- March 16 to April 1, 2017
Class 12- March 16 to April 21, 2017
A number of cheating cases were reported this year. Students were caught mass cheating at two exam centres in Mathura due to which the Board had to cancel the English paper.