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UP Board results: CM Yogi Adityanath wishes students, says exams are medium of ‘self-assessment’

Students can check their results on the education board's official website -,, and

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Hours before the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) class 10 and 12 results were declared, state chief minister Yogi Adityanath greeted the students and said exams are a way to self-analyse your performance. The CM on Saturday conveyed his wishes on Twitter.

Around 56.11 lakh students had appeared in the state class 10 and 12 exams this year. The exams were held in the month of February and March, however, there was a delay in the release of the results due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Students who appeared for the exams can check their results on the education board’s official website –,, and The results are expected to be released at 12 noon.

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To clear the UP board exams, students need to score at least 35 per cent marks in each subject individually. The state had recorded a passing percentage of 70.2 in the class 12 exams, while it was 80.07 for the 10th standard.

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The board also started an online correction process in certificates, where students who appeared in the examinations from 2017 onwards can apply for changes in the certificates issued. Students can apply through the website –, or through seva kendras in the state. The correction process is totally free. However, one has to pay Rs 100 in case of duplicate marksheets.

First published on: 27-06-2020 at 11:09 IST
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