Check upresults.nic.in for UP Board Class 10th Results 2016; Uttar Pradesh High School exam Results to be declared @ upmsp.nic.in today

Check upresults.nic.in for UP Board Class 10th Results 2016; Uttar Pradesh High School exam Results to be declared @ upmsp.nic.in today

By: || Updated: 15 May 2016 09:04 AM
Lucknow: The UP Board class 10th (High School) examination results 2015-16 will be announced by the Board of High School and Intermediate Education Uttar Pradesh today at 12 noon. Students, who appeared for UP board 10th examinations for session 2015-2016, will be able to check their results on the official website of the board as well as through SMS.

This will be a huge sigh of relief for the UP Board students as they are eagerly waiting for results since the day their exams got over. This year, the examinations for High School were held in the months of February-March wherein lakhs of students have appeared.

The results are awaited by over 30 lakh students who appeared for the high school and intermediate examinations this year.

Last year, girls outperformed boys in Uttar Pradesh in high school examinations with the pass percentage of 88.34 against the pass percentage of boys 79.73%.

Follow these simple steps to check your 2015-2016 UP Board results:

1: Access the board’s official website: upresults.nic.in OR upmsp.nic.in

3: Enter your details such as roll number and other required details in the respected fields.

4: Click on ‘Submit’

5: Your results will appear on the screen.

About the Board

The UP Board, also known as Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad, was established in 1921 in Allahabad. It subsequently started conducting examinations in 1923. It was founded for the promotion and development of Secondary Education in Uttar Pradesh.

The primary functions of the board are to recommend the syllabus, propose rules and specify courses of instruction and textbooks, teaching by correspondence courses, recognition of high school and intermediate education of schools in Uttar Pradesh.

At present there are 9121 secondary schools recognized by the U.P. Board of High School and Intermediate Education.
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