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UP Board Class 10th Result 2021 Updates: Result announced, 99.53 declared pass

UP Board 10th Result 2021, UPMSP High School Result 2021 Updates: The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) class 10 and 12 results for the board exams can be checked at its official websites — upmsp.edu.in, and upresults.nic.in.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: August 2, 2021 8:42:37 pm
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UP Board UPMSP 10th Result 2021 Updates: The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Parishad (UPMSP) declared the UP Board class 10 results on July 31 at 3:30 pm. This year’s pass percentage is 99.53 per cent which is nearly 16 per cent higher than last year’s 83.31 per cent.

Nearly 30 lakh students have been registered to appear for class 10 UP board exams this year. The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) will declare the result for the board exams at its official websites — upmsp.edu.in, and upresults.nic.in.

UP Board 10th Result 2021: How to check

UP Board has released the Class 12 results today. A total of 26,10,316 students who registered to appear for the class 12 exams, as many as 25,54,813 have been declared pass.

The UP board exams were to be conducted in May but due to the clash with the Panchayat elections in the state, the exams were postponed. Later, after the decision of cancellation of board exams for class 10 was announced by the Ministry of Education, UPMSP also decided to cancel the exams for class 10 this year due to the COVID-19 situation.

UP Board 12th Result 2021 LIVE Updates

In 2020, over 56.11 lakh students appeared in the class 10 and 12 exams, with 30.24 lakh students (30,24,632) in 12th and 25.86 lakh students in 10th. The high school and intermediate toppers received a laptop and Rs 1 lakh as a token of appreciation last year.

Read | UP Board Class 10th, 12th results 2021 today: Download your roll number to check score

Last year, a total of 27,72,656 students appeared in class 10 exams while 23,09,802 passed. The pass percentage was 83.31 percent, an improved from previous years. A total of 12,81,842 girls were registered for the High School exams of which 11,18,914 passed taking the passing percentage to 87.29 percent.

Similarly, 14,90,814 boys were registered of which 11,90,888 passed. Their overall pass percentage is 79.88% which is less than girls pass percentage.

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UPMSP UP Board Class 10th Result 2021: How to check High School marks at upmsp.edu.in and upresults.nic.in

11:54 (IST)01 Aug 2021
CM congratulations class 10, 12 students

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath tweeted, “Congratulations to successful students, their teachers and parents. Your success in the difficult circumstances amid the COVID pandemic is commendable. I will pray to Maa Saraswati for a bright future and intelligence for you.”

11:19 (IST)01 Aug 2021
Girls outperformed boys this year

This year, girls again marginally outperformed boys. In Class 10, 99.55 per cent of girls cleared the exam compared to 99.52 per cent of boys. Total 29.96 lakh Class 10 students, including 16.76 lakh boys and 13.19 lakh girls) were evaluated.

16:14 (IST)31 Jul 2021
Pass percentage increased from last year

Last year, a total of 27,72,656 students appeared in class 10 exams while 23,09,802 passed. This year, UPMSP UP Board Class 10th Result 2021 has been announced and 29,22,055 students have been declared pass. This year's pass percentage is 99.53 per cent which is nearly 16 per cent higher than last year's 83.31 per cent.

16:05 (IST)31 Jul 2021
UPMSP UP Board Class 10th Result declared

UPMSP Class 10 students can now check their scores online as the links have been activated.

15:58 (IST)31 Jul 2021
Result link active on UPMSP website, 99.53% students declared pass

UPMSP UP Board Class 10th Result 2021 has been declared for  29,22,055 students this year. The result link has been activated at upmsp.edu.in for students to check their scores.

15:52 (IST)31 Jul 2021
Do not know your roll number? Follow these steps

UP Board 10th Result 2021: How to get roll number

Step 1: Go to the official website – upmsp.edu.in, upresults.nic.in

Step 2: Click on ‘know your roll number’ link

Step 3: Enter your registration number

Step 4: Click on the search roll number

Step 5: Roll number will be generated, download

15:46 (IST)31 Jul 2021
UPMSP UP Board Class 10th result declared for nearly 30 lakh candidates

The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Parishad (UPMSP) today declared UP Board class 10 results today. A total of 30 lakh students have been declared pass this year.

15:24 (IST)31 Jul 2021
UPMSP UP Board Class 10th Result to be announced shortly

The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Parishad (UPMSP) will declare the UP Board class 10 results today at 3:30 pm. Nearly 30 lakh students have been registered to appear for class 10 UP board exams this year. The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) will declare the result for the board exams at its official websites — upmsp.edu.in, and upresults.nic.in.

15:18 (IST)31 Jul 2021
UPMSP Class 10 marking scheme explained

Since UP Board exams were not conducted this year, students will be evaluated based on an alternative marking scheme. Class 10 students’ score will be calculated on the basis of their marks obtained in class 9 (50 per cent) and pre-board examination (50 per cent).

15:07 (IST)31 Jul 2021
What happens after UP Board class 10th results 2021 are out?

Once UP Board (UPMSP) announces class 10 results 2021 today, students will be eligible to move to the next grade. They will then get to choose which stream they want to specialise in - Humanities, science, or arts.

15:06 (IST)31 Jul 2021
UPMSP UP Board Class 10th Result 2020 HIGHLIGHTS

In 2020, a total of 27,72,656 students had appeared while 23,09,802 passed. The pass percentage was 83.31 per cent, improved from previous years. A total of 12,81,842 girls had registered for the High School exam of which 11,18,914 passed taking their passing percentage to 87.29 per cent. Similarly, 14,90,814 boys had registered of which 11,90,888 passed. Their overall pass percentage was 79.88% which was less than girls pass percentage. 

14:36 (IST)31 Jul 2021
What was the outcome in 2019

The board had registered an 80.07 passing percentage in class 10 in 2019, 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.

14:34 (IST)31 Jul 2021
Steps to check result

Step 1: Visit official websote, upresults.nic.in
Step 2: Click on result link
Step 3: Fill details
Step 4: Result will appear, take a print out

14:13 (IST)31 Jul 2021
No provision for scrutiny this year

The UPMSP has announced that there will be no provision for scrutiny this year as the students are being evaluated based on an alternate marking scheme. Students will not be able to apply for re-evaluation or re-checking this year.  

14:11 (IST)31 Jul 2021
Meet last year's UPMSP Class 10th topper -- Riya Jain

Riya had topped UPMSP UP Board Class 10th  in 2020 with 580 marks with 99 in Science, 98 in mathematics, English and social science, Hindi- 90, drawing- 97. The topper then wanted to take Science in intermediate for her love in mathematics but had decided to pursue a career as a teacher in English in future.

14:08 (IST)31 Jul 2021
Toppers had got laptop and cash prize last year

Over 56.11 lakh students had appeared in class 10 and 12 exams in 2020, with 30.24 lakh students (30,24,632) in High School and 25.86 lakh (25,86,440) students in Intermediate. In 2020, the high school and intermediate toppers had received a laptop and Rs 1 lakh as a token of appreciation.

13:52 (IST)31 Jul 2021
UP Board High School Result 2021: When and where to check

UP Board chairperson Rakesh Garg will declare the results at 3:30 pm today. Once released, the High School exam results will be available at the official websites, upresults.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in

13:43 (IST)31 Jul 2021
UP Board High School Result: How to check marks

Here's how to download roll number. The High School students need to keep it handy as through this result will be out

Step 1: Visit the official website – upmsp.edu.in

Step 2: On the homepage, scroll down and click on the link – High school exam 2021 Know your roll number

Step 3: On the new page, enter your registration number

Step 4: Click on search roll number to access it.

Students are advised to keep their roll numbers saved as they will be able to check the results only by entering their class 12 roll number.

13:39 (IST)31 Jul 2021
UP Board Class 10th: Download your roll number to check score

UPMSP has recently activated a portal for students of class 10 to check their roll numbers. The roll card list has also been forwarded to all the schools and candidates can get the roll number from their respective schools as well. Read more

13:26 (IST)31 Jul 2021
UP Board 12th Result 2021 Updates

UP Board Class 12 result will be released too. Nearly 26 lakh students will view score. Read more

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Students will be able to download the result from the websites which can act as provisional mark sheet but the original mark sheets will be released by respective schools later. In 2020, Riya Jain from Bhagpat topped class 10 with 96.67 per cent marks.

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