upmsp result 2021 class 10th and 12th

upmsp result 2021 class 10th and 12th

upmsp result 2021 class 10th and 12th

The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) is likely to declare the class 10 and class 12 results for over 56 lakh students by this week. This year, nearly 29,94,312 students had registered for the UP board class 12 exam and 26,09,501 for class 10 board exams. The board has canceled both the exams this year due to the second wave of Covid-19 and opted for an alternative assessment method to evaluate the students.

The result for class 10 has been prepared on the basis of the 50:50 formula, where 50 percent weightage is given to the class 9 exam results and 50 percent to class 10 pre-board exams. UP Board will prepare the class 12 result by giving 50 percent weightage to class 10 results, 10 percent to class 12 pre-boards, and 40 percent to class 11 exam scores.

The board expects the results to be announced sooner rather than later, and several reports say the results will come out today. The board has denied such claims. While the board has not yet announced the exact date and time, it said results could be expected this week. Students must keep a check on the official website. The Board will publish the results for both the classes on the same day on its official portals upresults.nic.in and upmsp.edu.in.

Once the result is completed, students can access it by logging in to UPMSP using their registered certificates such as roll number, roll code, registration number, and date of birth. UPMSP Class 10 and 12 results will have subject-based numbers obtained by students between 2021.

One must download and save a copy of it, which will serve as a temporary mark sheet. Students must achieve a minimum of 33% marks in each subject to pass the UPMSP board exam. Last year, 74.64 percent of the students who took part in the UPMSP XII or UP Board Inter exams cleared the same, while the pass rate in Class 10 was 83.31 percent.

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