UP Board 12th Intermediate Result 2019 Update: Result likely next week, dates to be announced by Monday. Check full details here
UP Board 12th Intermediate Result 2019 News Updates: The work on results of high school and intermediate examinations is nearing completion. The final date for declaration of results is likely to be announced by Monday.Updated: Apr 20, 2019 08:24 IST
Hindustan Times, Lucknow
The UP Board results for high school and intermediate exams are likely to be announced next week. According to UP Board additional secretary Shiv Lal, the work on results of high school and intermediate examinations is nearing completion. The final date for declaration of results is likely to be announced by Monday.
Moreover, all the regional secretaries of the board, heading five regions, also left for Delhi on Thursday night for supervising the completion of results and preparation of merit list. The results are prepared every year by a Delhi-based agency, the details of which are kept confidential.
According to a senior board official, who didn’t wish to be named, the results would be declared next week. He further informed that printing of hard copies of results was in process and would be completed by Sunday.
It may be mentioned that for the first time this year, the examinations were held in a record 16 working days without any untoward incident reported from any examination centre in the state. The high school examination commenced on February 7 and concluded on February 28 while the intermediate examination started on February 7 and ended on March 2, 2019.
According to the records of the board, this year, a total of 58,06,922 students were registered to appear in the board’s high school and intermediate examinations. Out of this, 31,95,603 registered in high school while 26,11,319 were registered for the Class 12 examinations.
Of the total 8,354 examination centres across the 75 districts of UP, 1,314 centres were marked sensitive while 448 were highly sensitive.
Due to strict anti-copying measures, at least 6,52,881 examinees quit the examinations while 403 candidates were caught using unfair means. A total of 68 FIRs were also lodged against centre superintendents and invigilators found promoting use of unfair means.
First Published: Apr 20, 2019 08:07 IST