LIVE UP Board 10th & 12th Sarkari Result: The wait will end today, see 10th and 12th exam results
Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council i.e. UP Board will make history on Saturday. The result of UP Board High School and Intermediate Examination 2020 will be declared at 12.00 noon in Lucknow. Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma will announce the exam results in a press conference held at the media center of Lok Bhawan. This will be the first time the results of high school and intermediate examination will be declared for the first time in Lucknow.
About 56,11,072 students were registered in the Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council i.e. UP Board’s High School and Intermediate 2020 examination, out of which 480591 left the examination. In such a result, the result of 51,30,481 candidates will be declared. In the midst of the corona epidemic, the UP Board prepared the results by evaluating more than three crore copies along with all necessary measures to prevent infection.
How check UP Board 10th & 12th Sarkari Result
Students of UP board can see the results on the website www.upresults.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in, upmspresult.nic.in and upmsp.nic.in. The Board’s result has been prepared and the officials of the Secondary Education Council have confirmed the preparation by testing it on Friday, so that there is no lapse. Among the 30,24,632 registered candidates in the high school, 16,62,334 students and 13,62,298 students are registered. At Inter, 14,64,604 students and 11,21,836 students are registered among the 25,86,440 registered candidates.
Bar code on the marksheet
From this year onwards, a bar code will also be given on the marksheet of UP Board. Marksheets can be easily verified online using bar codes.
Fail to disappoint
As such, the failing students need not be disappointed. This time the UP board is going to give them special concessions. The result of a student failing in a subject in high school will pass. If the candidate wishes, he should also pass the examination of the failed subject by giving the examination. With this, he will get a new mark cum certificate and the passing percentage will also increase.
Even if he does not appear in this examination, his result is still passed. In high school itself, if a candidate is unsuccessful in two of the six subjects, he / she will be a claimant of compartment examination. That is, if he wants to give the exam in one of the two subjects that fail, and if he passes, he will pass, he will not have to take the whole high school examination again after one year.
Board Secretary Nina Srivastava
Now talk of intermediate examination. If a candidate is unsuccessful in one subject, he / she will pass the compartment examination of the unsuccessful subject and pass the 12th. He will not have to appear for the Inter examination again after one year. In the same way, every high school and inter examiner has the chance to change the category of marks and results by re-evaluating the answer book. In this regard, Board Secretary Nina Srivastava says that there is an effort to do better in the interest of the examinee. Students do not need to be disappointed. They take advantage of available opportunities.
It is known that the UP Board’s high school and inter examinations started on February 18. The high school exam ended on March 3 and the inter exam on March 6. After this the evaluation work started but it was postponed to 18 March. Due to the Corona epidemic, the copies were not being evaluated due to the lockdown. However, on May 5, 20 districts in the Green Zone and on May 12 in the Orange Zone districts and May 19 in the Red Zone 19 districts were re-evaluated. . 92,570 examiners and 54,185 exams for Inter were deployed for evaluation of high school copies. A total of 1,46,755 examiners rated 30961577 copies of high school and inter.
Girls outnumbered boys in 2019
In the last year 2019, 64.40 percent students and 76.46 percent girls were successful in the UP board intermediate examination.
Girls did wonders in 12th
Last year i.e. 12th of 2019, Tanu Tomar of Baghpat topped, while Bhagyashree Upadhyay from Gonda and Allahabad Akanksha Shukla also topped.