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UK board result 2018: Uttarakhand 12th result declared, 78.97% students pass

The Uttarakhand Board of School Education (UBSE) declared the result for Class 12 board examination on Saturday.

Board Exams 2018 Updated: May 26, 2018 11:34 IST
Nihi Sharma
Nihi Sharma
Hindustan Times
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About 130,094 candidates wrote the Class 12 exams that began on March 5 and ended on March 24.(HT Photo)

The Uttarakhand Board of School Education (UBSE) announced the result for Class 12 board examination on Saturday. While 74.57% students passed the Uttarakhand Board Class 10 examination, 78.97% students cleared the Class 12th exam. Both Kajal Prajapati, who topped Class 10, and Divyanshi Raj, who stood first in Class 12 exams, scored 98.40%.

Here’s the direct link to check the result.

Students can check their results by clicking here. They can also check the results on the official website by clicking here.

The results will be soon uploaded on the official website,ubse.uk.gov.in.

About 130,094 candidates wrote the Class 12 exams that began on March 5 and ended on March 24. Nearly 2,000 teachers checked the answer sheets of the students.

The board set up 1,309 examination centres in Uttarakhand and 230 were identified as “sensitive”. A majority of the “sensitive” centres were in Nainital, Chamoli and Haridwar districts of the hill state, officials said.

There are more than 17,000 government schools across all 13 districts in Uttarakhand.

Last year, the results were encouraging as 78.89% candidates were declared successful in Class 12.

The government, which wants the pass percentage of students to go up to 80, has made several efforts to increase the figures.

The board adopted the National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT) pattern. It also decided to introduce multiple choice questions for the first time this year to better the statistics but its success can only be ascertained after the results, an official said.

“Various problems are encountered by schools situated in remote areas. Lack of teachers and infrastructure are a few issues due to which the pass percentage could not be increased over the years,” the board’s former secretary VP Simalti said citing reasons for the low pass percentage of the students.

First Published: May 26, 2018 11:18 IST