The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad has released the result of class 10 today i.e. on April 27, 2019, at 12:30 pm. The candidates can check the result online at upmsp.edu.in or at upresults.nic.in. This year, 58.6 lac above students appeared for the exams. Out of the total candidates, around 31,95,603 are from class 10 and 26,11,319 from class 12. In the current year, 9,15,846 fewer candidates had appeared for the exams than the previous year. The total pass percentage for this year is 80.07%.
The result has been disclosed in the school media, however, the link is not yet activated. As per the official website, the result for UP Board Class 10th can be checked today from 01:30 PM onwards.
In order to find the results, the students are required to go to the official website of the UP Board. Click on the link of the UP Board 10th Result 2019 and enter the roll number. The roll number of the candidates must be the same as provided on the admit card.
Gautam Raghuvanshi topped the Uttar Pradesh Board High School exam with 97.17% marks. The second spot has been secured by Shivam with 97% marks and Tanuja Vishwakarma secures the third position with 96.83%.
For the candidates who could not qualify in this year’s exams, the board will provide them the opportunity of the compartment and improvement exams. As per the previous year, the improvement or compartment exams will be held in the last week of July 2019. Their results are expected to be announced in the month of September 2019. The process will be the same to find the compartment result.
Last year, the UP Board announced the result of class 10 on April 29, 2018, at 12:30 pm. On May 03, 2018, the result of class 10 was revised. In the previous year, the results of class 10 and 12 were declared on the same date. This year, the board has released the result two days earlier.
In the previous year, about 66,37,018 candidates got their results on the same date. Out of which 36,55,691 enrolled for class 10 exams and 30,66,496 for class 12. For high school candidates, the overall pass percentage was 75.16%. Considering the performances of girls and boys, 78.8% of girls passed the exams while the pass percentage of boys was 72.3%. It was clear that in the 2018 session, girls outshined boys.