UPMSP UP Board 10th 12th Result 2021: The date of UP Board 10th 12th result can be announced this week. It is being told that the board has prepared the result to a great extent. He is being given the final touch. However, it has not yet been clarified by the board whether the results of UP Board 10th and 12th will be released simultaneously on the same day or separately. But it is expected that Education Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma will release the date of UP Board 10th 12th class result by July 25. The roll numbers of class 12 students have not been released yet, with the help of which they will be able to check their results. The board will soon release the roll numbers of these students on the official website.
After the declaration of results, students will be able to check their results on the official website of UP Board upresults.nic.in and upmsp.edu.in apart from livehindustan.com This year 56,03,813 candidates had registered for class 10th, 12th board examinations in the state, out of which 29,94,312 are class 12th students and 26,09,501 are class 10th students.
It is worth noting that due to corona infection, the 10th 12th board examination could not be conducted this year. At the same time, the candidates will not get the option of scrutiny this time. For the students dissatisfied with the board exam results, alternative arrangements have also been made by the secondary board. These candidates will apply through the respective school after the declaration of the result. Their examination will be conducted on normal circumstances.
10th 12th Result Formula
– This year high school (10th) result will be prepared by adding 50% marks of 9th, 50% marks of 10th pre-board written exam, and 30% of actual marks obtained in internal assessment.
The 12th result will be prepared by adding 50% of the average of total high school marks, 40% of 11th, and 10% of 12th pre-board. Internal assessment in 10th and actual marks of practical in 12th will be added.
This year the merit list of the candidates will not be released.
If a candidate is not able to get the minimum passing marks in the written examination but is passed in the internal assessment or practical then he/she will be promoted without any marks.