It is expected that the Uttar Pradesh Board shall announce the result for Class 10th and 12th by the 03rd week of April 2018. Since the examination was started early so the Board authorities are in the process to declare the result in 40-45 days.

The evaluation process will start from March 17, 2018, and nearly 1.46 lakh examiners would be involved. If the newspaper reports are to be believed the result for Class 10 and 12 shall be declared by April 21, 2018.

To check the UP Board result, the students need to enter their Board Roll Number and School Code as given in the admit card.

The State Government has ordered to install CCTVs at various evaluation centers to maintain the transparency, and would also deploy security forces to keep the education mafia in check. The Board secretary Neena Srivastava said that “This year, the board will also make public the answer copies of 20 toppers each from class X and XII“.

The evaluation of the answer copies will be done at 247 centers across the state. More than 5.5 crore class X and XII answer copies of UP Board students will be evaluated. Like exam, strict measures are being taken by the Board Authorities to ensure easy flow of the evaluation.

The assigned examiners will check 50 high school and 45 copies of intermediate daily. The examination of the subject whose question paper will contain more than 90 percent marks will be tested. The sub-head examiner will examine the answer sheet and confirm the evaluation while affirming his/her consent and disagreement with verification.

This is for the first time that supervisor will be appointed at the evaluation centers. The supervisor will inspect two evaluation centers every day and send the inspection number daily to the Additional Secretary of the Secretary and Regional Office.

A total of 2,17,07,879 number of copies of High School and 2,90,84,556 copies of the Intermediate exam will be checked at the 247 evaluation centers in the State. There shall be approximate 23,45,513 copies will be sent for evaluation at nine centers in Allahabad.

The board has set a minimum of 35% marks for passing High School (Class 10th) and 35% marks for passing the Intermediate (Class 12th).

This year, a total of 66.4 lakh candidates registered for UP board examinations, out of which, 36.6 lakh were for class 10th while 29.8 for class 12th. However, amongst these big number, 11 lakh students did not appear for the exam. The reason that these 11 lakh students did not appeared for their final examination is because the schools and board authorities had taken strict measures to stop cheating and paper leak. Turns out such a decision was not much appreciated well by the students.

Over, 1,139 students have been found using unfair means while FIR has been lodged against 135 center superintendents and invigilators for helping to cheat.

The early declaration of board results, mean early classes for class XI. Last year, the results were declared in May-end or June and the session for Class 11th began in July. This year, the authorities are trying to start classes early so that there are more teaching days.