UP Board Results 2019: How to apply for Compartment and improvement exam
UP Board Class 10th Results 2019: Everything you should know about the compartment/improvement exam.Updated: Apr 24, 2019 16:07 IST
Candidates who fail in one subject or score low marks in the UP board Class 10th exam can apply for the compartment exam to improve their marks. Moreover, candidates who have failed in two papers can also apply for improvement exam. With the improvement exam, candidates get one more chance to improve their marks and score better.
The option exists only for class 10 board exams and not class 12. If a student fails in one subject, he is eligible to appear in improvement exam but if one has failed in two subjects then he/she can appear in compartment exam in one or both the subjects.
UP Board exam results are expected to be declared by this week. According to sources, there is a possibility that the result date will be announced on Thursday and the result will be declared within three days of the announcement.
Candidates who fail in more than two subjects do not get to appear for UP Board compartment exam. They will be considered as failed.
UP Board will announce the schedule of class 10th supplementary exam after the class 10th result is declared. The UP Board will invite applications for the supplementary exam and candidates will be able to apply for the exam by filling a form and paying the fee amount.
Like previous years, results of both High School and Intermediate examination would be declared simultaneously which would also be made available on UP Board website.
HOW TO APPLY FOR UP BOARD COMPARTMENT/IMPROVEMENT EXAM 2019
Visit the official website of UP Board at upmsp.edu.in
On the homepage, click on the ‘Apply for High School 10th compartment exam’ link
Fill in the details required
Click on submit.
UP BOARD RESULTS 2019: HIGHLIGHTS
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.
Post examinations, 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.
This year for the first time UP Board examinations were held in 16 working days without any untoward incident reported from any examination center in state. The high school examination commenced on February 7 and ended on February 28 while the Intermediate examination after commencing on February 7 ended on March 2, 2019.