UP Board result 2017 soon: What examinees should keep in mind
The UP Board’s high school (Class 10) and intermediate (Class 12) examination results will be declared on June 9, 2017, at about 12 noon at the Board headquarters in Allahabad.education Updated: Jun 09, 2017 11:16 IST
The UP Board’s high school (Class 10) and intermediate (Class 12) examination results will be declared on June 9, 2017, at about 12 noon at the Board headquarters in Allahabad.
A significant 60,61,034 candidates registered for the high school and intermediate examinations. They included 34,04,715 examinees for Class 10 and 26,56,319 for Class 12.
However, due to strict vigilance following reported cases of cheating in previous years, an unexpected 5,94,503 candidates left the examination hall midway through the exams as they failed to succeed in using unfair means, while 1,862 examinees were caught copying.
A large number of students must be waiting anxiously for their results. Here are a few things examinees should keep in mind before and after the declaration of their results:
1. Maintain your calm ahead of results
Students should try to Keep their mind calm and peaceful ahead of the declaration of results. Worrying about the results will not bring any change in the outcome. It is also important to realise that doing well in the examination is important but not the end of life. Even if you are not happy with your scores, there will be many opportunities in life where you can make a mark.
2. Where to check the results after they are declared
The results will be available on various websites and easily accessed by the candidates. The official websites are upmspresults.up.nic.in or upresults.nic.in.
Candidates can also check their results at: http://www.livehindustan.com/career/results/up-board-result
3. Here’s some more information about the examination
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.
For preventing mass copying like in previous years due to which several examinations had to be cancelled by the Board, this year coded answer sheets were provided in 31 identified sensitive districts of the state.
(with inputs from Kenneth John in Allahabad)