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UP Board result 2017 Highlights: Pass percentage dips for Class 10, Class 12

UP Board results for Class 10 and Class 12 were declared at 12: 30pm on Friday. Read updates below

education Updated: Jun 09, 2017 16:44 IST
HT Correspondent
Schoolchildren take the Class 12 board exam at St Paul School in Indore on Monday. (Arun Mondhe/HT photo)
Schoolchildren take the Class 12 board exam at St Paul School in Indore on Monday. (Arun Mondhe/HT photo)(Arun Mondhe/HT File Photo)

TheUP Boardhigh school (Class 10) and intermediate (Class 12) exam 2017 results were declared on Friday at 12.30pm.

Candidates can check UP board result 2017 class 10 and UP board result 2017 class 12 results after they are uploaded on the official website.

The results can also be accessed by the candidates at upmspresults.up.nic.in.

Here are the updates on the UP Board results:

3:20 pm: No student from Barabanki could find a place in the merit list of top 5 in the UP Board Class 12 or intermediate examination 2017, the result of which was declared on Friday, in sharp contrast to the previous years’ trend when examinees from the district notched the top ranks almost every year.

3:00 pm: The percentage of students in Uttar Pradesh who cleared the UP Board Class 10 and Class 12 examinations witnessed a decline as compared to last year.

1:16 pm: List of UP board Class 10 exam toppers

12:52 pm: Candidates complain they are unable to access the results online

12: 44 pm: UP Board Class 10 pass percentage is 81.18% and 82.62% for Class 12

12:39 pm: UP Board results announced.

Tejaswi Devi topped with 95.83% of Fatehpur district tops Class 10 exam.

Priyanshi Tewari with 96.20% marks of Fatehpur district tops Class 12 exam

12:05 pm: Tension grips students as results of UP Board are about to be declared in few minutes from now

12:02 pm: Evaluation of the Board’s 4.6 crore answer sheets commenced from April 27 onwards at 253 evaluation centres in the state by 1.37 lakh teachers.

This year, 513 government inter colleges besides 3,692 aided secondary institutions and 6,208 non-aided secondary institutions in the state were the designated examination centres.

11am: A significant 60,61,034 candidates registered for the high school and intermediate examinations this year. They included 34,04,715 examinees for Class 10 and 26,56,319 for Class 12.

Note: You can also check your results at: http://www.livehindustan.com/career/results/up-board-result