UP Board UPMSP 10th, 12th Result 2020: The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) declared class 10 or high school and examination results at 12.30 pm today. Anurag Malik, scored the highest marks in class 12th exams and Riya Jain secured the highest percentage in class 10th exams. The exams for the same were held from February 18 till March 13 earlier this year. Nearly 56 lakh students had sat for both the exams. The candidates can check their results today on the board’s official websites such as upresults.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in, upmspresults.up.nic.in.
State deputy chief minister Dinesh Sharma declared the results and stated that the performance this year was better as compared to 2019. He also applauded the authorities for successfully conducting the boards in the span of 15 days. Around 23.85 lakh candidates appeared in the class 12 exams, while over two lakh students skipped both class 10 and 12 board exams. The board recorded 83.31 passing percentage in the class 10 exams, with female students outperforming the male candidates. Meanwhile, the state recorded 74.64 passing percentage in the 12th standard.
Riya Jain from Bhagpat emerged as the leading scorer from class 10 with 96.67 per cent marks, while Anurag Malik ranked one from the 12th standard with 97 per cent marks. The deputy chief minister also stated that the toppers will be awarded prize money of Rs 1 lakh and a laptop each.
Apart from getting results, students will also have to register themselves online to get their mark sheets as the entire process has gone digital and hard copies, after e-signature and e-verification, can be obtained through the respective schools from July 15, as per the deputy CM Dinesh Sharma.
A student needs to secure at least 35 per cent marks in each subject to clear the exams. The UP Board results were last year released on April 27, but it saw a delay in 2020 due to the rapid rise in the coronavirus cases across the country.
The UPMSP results will be hosted on the board’s official websites such as upmsp.edu.in and upresults.nic.in. Due to the staggering number of students, there can be a heavy load on the websites mentioned above. In that case, a candidate can get him/her registered here at indianexpress.com and the results or any updates regarding the same would be communicated to them on their email id or mobile phone.
The board had registered 80.07 passing percentage in the previous year, with Muzaffarnagar emerging as the best performing district. Gautam Raghuvanshi had then emerged as the leading scorer from the 10th standard with 97.17 per cent marks.
The UP Board mark sheet includes details like name, school, and other information of students in both English and Hindi language. Furthermore, the board also provides an online correction process facility in certificates, by which a student who appeared in the UP board exams since 2017 can get their certificates edited. For more updates on UP Board result, click here