UP Board Result 2019 declared, 80.07% pass Class 10, 70.06% pass class 12
UP Board 10th Result 2019 at Hindustan Times: : The Uttar Pradesh Board Class 10 and Class 12 exam results were declared on Saturday, April 27. Check the pass percentage here.Updated: Apr 27, 2019 14:44 IST
UP Board 10th Result 2019 at Hindustan Times: The Uttar Pradesh Board Class 10 and Class 12 exam results were declared on Saturday, April 27.
The overall pass percentage for Class 10 examination is 80.07%. The overall pass percentage for Class 12 examination is 70.06%.
Students can check their UP Board results both on the online portal of Hindustan Times and the official website of UP board this year. We have made this arrangement keeping in view the heavy rush of students to check their UP Board results on the day of the declaration.
We will here explain the step-by-step process of checking the UP Board results both on the Hindustan Times portal as well as the official website of UP Board.
UP Board Results 2019: How to check the results on hindustantimes.com
1) Visit the official website of Hindustan Times at hindustantimes.com
2) Click on the link for UP Board result 2019 under the trending topic section on the right hand side of the homepage near the bottom
3) Key in your roll number in the rectangular box provided for the purpose and submit
4) The result will be displayed on the screen
Here is how to check the UP board results on the official website
Visit the official website of UP board atupresults.nic.in . Click on the link forResults. Key in your roll number and school code (as given in the admit card). Submit. Your result will be displayed on screen. Download and take its print out.
This year, 58,06,922 students had registered to appear in Board’s High School and Intermediate examinations including 31,95,603 in High School and 26,11,319 in Intermediate exams. As part of its strict anti copying measures, of the total 8354 examination centers made in all 75 districts of UP, a significant 1314 centers were marked as sensitive while 448 centers had been marked as highly sensitive.
Owing to strict anti copying measures, a significant 6,52,881 examinees had quit examinations midway while 403 examinees were caught using unfair means. A total of 68 FIRs were also lodged during the examinations against center superintendents and invigilators found promoting use of unfair means.
A total of 3.20 crore answer sheets were evaluated at 230 evaluation centers by around 1.25 lakh teachers including 1.90 crore answer sheet of High School examination by 79,064 teachers and 1.30 crore answer sheets of Intermediate by 45,732 teachers.
First Published: Apr 27, 2019 12:44 IST