UP Board Result 2022: 10th and 12th results will be declared by this date, know the latest updates
UP Board Result 2022: After the release of the result, all the students can check their results by visiting the official site of UP Board upmsp.edu.in or upresults.nic.in.
UP Board Result 2022: 10th and 12th results
UPMSP 10th, 12th Board Result 2022: Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (UPMSP) may soon release the 10th and 12th results. The board is busy with all the preparations for this. In such a situation, in the coming few days, the official date of the result dates may come out. According to the reports, the UP Board has completed the evaluation of the 10th and 12th examinations. Apart from this, the practical exams started in the past have also been completed.
Let us tell you that the UP Board has started finalizing the preparations. After the release of the result, all the students can check their results by visiting the official site of UP Board upmsp.edu.in or upresults.nic.in.
UP Board Result 2022: How to check
- First of all, go to the official website of UP Board upmsp.edu.in.
- Click on the UPMSP UP Board result link on the homepage of the website.
- Now a new page will open in front of you, in which you will have to enter the necessary details including roll number, and date of birth.
- After filling in the details you have to click on submit. By doing this the result will appear on your screen.
- Now download the result and take a printout and keep it with you for future reference.
About 52 lakh students are waiting for UP Board Result 2022
The Uttar Pradesh Board conducted the 10th and 12th examinations in the month of March and April. Around 52 lakh students appeared for the UP board exams. Out of these 27.80 lakh students of class 10 and 24.10 lakh, students of class 12 appeared for the exam. All these students are eagerly waiting for the result. UP Secondary Education The board exams were conducted at 8,373 centers across the state. The examination centers were monitored with CCTV cameras to prevent copying. For this, the board had marked 254 centers as ‘Vulnerable’ and 861 centers as ‘Sensitive’.