Uttarakhand Board (UBSE) Class 10th (High School) Examination Result 2016 likely to be declared shortly; Check result at uaresults.nic.in and ubse.uk.gov.in

Uttarakhand Board (UBSE) Class 10th (High School) Examination Result 2016 likely to be declared shortly; Check result at uaresults.nic.in and ubse.uk.gov.in

By: || Updated: 25 May 2016 06:00 AM
Dehradun: The Uttarakhand Board class 10th (High School) results are likely to be declared by the Uttarakhand Board of School Education on Wednesday, May 25th.

Students who appeared for Uttarakhand board class 10th (High School) examination-2016 will be able to check their results on the official websites of the Uttarakhand Board: www.ubse.uk.gov.in and www.uaresults.nic.in shortly.

We are providing you with the latest updates on your results. So, stay with us for more.

The board conducted High School examination from March 3 to April 2, 2016.

Follow these simple steps to check your results online:

1: Access the Uttarakhand Board official websites: www.ubse.uk.gov.in or www.uaresults.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.

A message for students:

The most important thing we want you to remember is that, if result goes your way, then it’s extremely good, but if things don’t go your way, remember, there are always options open to you. Sometimes, the best opportunities come out of life’s unexpected twists and turns.

If you did as well as you wanted, then celebrate. If you feel you could have done much better, there are many ways to improve your performance. Remember, your results do not define who you are or how valuable you are as a person. They are a marker of one day’s performance in your life.
Stay calm. Remember that while your exam results are important, you always have additional options. You might be able to retake the exam.
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