The UPMSP UP Board Class 10th result 2021 have been announced and 29,22,055 students have been declared pass. This year’s pass percentage is 99.53 per cent which is nearly 16 per cent higher than last year’s 83.31 per cent. Last year, a total of 27,72,656 students appeared in class 10 exams while 23,09,802 passed.
This year, a total of 29,96,031 candidates were registered in UPMSP high school (class 10). The board has not released any merit list this year.
A total of 16,76, 916 boys and 13,19,115 girls were registered. Of which, 16,68,868 boys and 13,13,187 girls have been declared pass. The pass percentage of boys and girls is 99.52 per cent and 99.55 per cent, respectively. Girls have outperformed boys this year.
The UP board exams were supposed to be conducted in May but due to the clash with the Panchayat elections in the state, the exams were postponed. Later, after the decision of cancellation of board exams for class 10 was announced by the Ministry of Education, UPMSP also decided to cancel the exams for class 10 this year due to the COVID-19 situation.
UPMSP class 10 result 2021: How to check
Step 1:Visit the official website upresults.nic.in
Step 2: Enter your roll number, school code, and verification code
Step 3: Click on submit to access the result
The students can also check the 10th result via SMS. To check the result through SMS
Step 1: Type UP10ROLLNUMBER
Step 2: Send it to 56263.
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UPMSP has also activated a portal for students of class 10 to check their roll numbers. The roll card list has also been forwarded to all the schools and candidates can get the roll number from their respective schools as well.
The Uttar Pradesh government announced the new formula to evaluate students of class 10 under the state board, amid the COVID-19 outbreak. For class 10, 50 per cent of marks obtained in class 9 and 50 per cent of marks obtained in pre-board of class 10 will be considered. An 11-member committee was constituted to make the formula to evaluate class 10 students. The committee received as many as 3,910 suggestions in this regard.