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UP Boards Exam: Results Announced For Class 10 And 12; Know Where And How To Check Your Scores

Students can view their results on the official websites upmsp.edu.in and upresults.nic.in.

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The Uttar Pradesh State Board of High School and Intermediate Education on Saturday announced the board exam results. This year, the pass percentage for Class 10 was at 89.55 and that for Class 12 at 82.60.

According to Education (Secondary) Director Mahendra Dev, "Prachi Nigam of Sitapur district was the Class 10 topper with 98.50 per cent marks. Shubham Verma, also from Sitapur, stood first in the Class 12 exam with 97.80 percent,"

The board exams were held between February 22 and March 9 at 8,265 centres. The answer papers were checked between March 16 and 30, board officials said.

Where To Check UPMSP 10th And 12th Board Results?

Students can view their results on the official websites upmsp.edu.in and upresults.nic.in once the link is active after the presser.

Class 10 and 12 students who appeared for the exams can now check the scorecards at the official website — 

upmsp.edu.in

upresults.nic.in 

How To Check UPMSP board results?

To verify your marksheet follow these steps:

  • go to the official website

  • select the 'Results' section on the homepage

  • access the UP Board Result 2024 link

  • input your roll number and date of birth in the specified area

  • view the UPMSP result 2024

  • save the result for later use

UPMSP Board Results 2023: Passing Percentage And Toppers

The board achieved an overall pass rate of 89.78% for 10th grade in 2023. Girls outperformed boys, achieving a pass rate of 93.34%. Priyanshi Soni from Sita Bal Vidya Mandir Inter College, Sitapur, secured the top position in the exam with a score of 590 out of 600.

This year, almost 29.47 lakh students enrolled for the Class 10 exams, with 15.71 lakh being male candidates and 13.76 lakh being female candidates. According to reports, approximately 4.31 lakh students, comprising 2,08,953 Class 10 students and 2,22,618 Class 12 students, did not take their UP Board exam this year.

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