Uttrakhand Board of Secondary Education (UBSE) has released the UK Board Class 10 and 12 Result 2019 today on May 30, 2019, at 10:30 am, through a press conference. Officially, the result is available at the website- ubse.uk.gov.in, and uaresults.nic.in. As per the reports, 76.43% of students of class 10th have passed the examinations. While 80.13% of students have passed the class 12th examinations.
In order to check the result, visit the site first. A login window will appear on the screen. Here you will ask to enter your roll number in the space provided. After filling the details, click on the “Submit” button. Once the details are submitted, your result will appear on the screen. You can check and download it for future purposes.
Along with class 10th and 12th result UK board has also released the class 11th result 2019 at the same login of class 12th.
In 2019, the board conducted a from March 02 to 25, 2019. However, the class 12 examination took place from March 01 to 26, 2019. Hence, the result for both the classes is declared together in the month of May 2019. However, this year the board has released the result a bit late. Last year UK Board has released the result on May 26.
And here we are with the toppers of class 10th and 12th. From class 12th Satakshi Tiwari secured the first position, Saksham secured the second position and Harish Singh secured the third position. While from class 10 Ananta Saklani secured the first position, Arpit from Rishikesh secured the second position and Surakshi Ghetodi secured the third position.
A total of 2,74,817 candidates appeared for UK board examination this year. Out of these, 1,49,950 candidates appeared for class 10 examinations whereas 1,24,867 appeared for class 12 examinations. The exams were conducted in 1309 centres across the state. Out of these, 237 institutes were marked as sensitive whereas 27 were marked as highly-sensitive. Around 6,000 teachers were appointed for the revaluation process.
In 2018, the UK board released the class 10 and 12 results on May 26. However, the overall pass percentage for class 10 was 74.57% and for class 12, it was 68.96%.
After the declaration of result, the qualified candidates of class 10 will move to the next level of education i.e class 11. However, they have to choose a stream from the list provided to them from the school. The qualified candidates of class 12 can now fill the form for graduation in different courses and colleges. However, the candidates for class 10 and 12 who are not satisfied with the marks they have scored can apply for the process of scrutiny. Scrutiny refers to a process of rechecking and revaluation of answer script once again.