Result of the UP 2021 board review: UP board Class 10, Class 12 2021 results for over 56 lakh students are expected soon. According to reports, the results could be announced by the second and third week of July. Although there is no official confirmation of the results of the UP board, the Supreme Court of India has ordered all states to report Class 12 results by the 31st. July. Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has already published assessment programs for grades 10 and 12 students, whose exams were canceled earlier.
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The UPMSP 2021 result for classes 10 and 12 will be reported on upresults.nic.in and upmsp.edu.in.
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No less than 56 03 813 candidates registered for the jury exams this year. These are 29 94 312 pupils of class 12 and 26 09 501 pupils of class 10. They will henceforth be evaluated with the alternative evaluation schemes.
In line with the trends of previous years, the UPMSP reports the results of classes 10 and 12 on the same day. Students can log into the Results Portal with their credentials to verify scores.
Steps to verify the outcome of the 2021 board of directors
On the day of the result, visit upresults.nic.in
Click on the link “UP Board Intermediate (Class XII) Examination – 2021 Results” or “UP Board High School (Class X) Examination – 2021 Results”
Enter your login details
Submit and check the results on the next page
Last year, UP’s board results were announced on June 27. The council was able to organize the reviews in 2020 but the assessment process was delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
This year, for Class 10, the board has prepared a 50:50 formula where 50 percent of the grade weighting has been assigned to Class 9 and the remaining 50 percent will come from the Class 10 pre-board exams. .
For class 12, the board will use a 50:40:10 formula, which means that 50 percent of the marks will come from class 10, 40 percent from the annual class 11 exam or the semester exam. The remaining 10 percent will come from Class 12 pre-boarding exams.