UP Board result 2018: Uttar Pradesh Board Class 10, 12 Results declared

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The PSEB Class 10 results for 2018 will be announced on the board's official website: pseb.ac.in/.

The students can heave a sigh of relief as the Uttar Pradesh board has announced the UP Board Class 10th and 12th Results 2018 today. The pass percentage for Class 12th stands at 67.36% for boys and 78.44% is the pass percentage for girls.

As per the reports, total 36,55,691 students enrolled for the exams, which were held in 128 centers.

The PSEB has already begun the facilitation of the application process for re-evaluation of the answer sheets of the students who appeared for the PSEB Class 12 Exam 2018. Fatehpur's Rajnish Shukla and Barabanki's Akash Maurya have emerged as the first toppers with 93.20 percent in 12th exams followed by Ananya Rai, Abhishek Kumar and Ajeet Patel.

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Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh April 29: The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) is all set to declare the Class 12th (Intermediate) 2018 Board Exam results today. This year more than 29 lakh students had registered for the intermediate board exam.

The candidates can avail their results through these websites - upresults.nic.in, upmspresults.up.nic.in and results.nic.in.

In 2017, the UP board Class XII results were declared on June 09. If the website shows error, we request students to check on alternative websites like schools9, examresults.net websites. Candidates can check their result by log in official website by enter all valid detail that require to check result.

Click on submit and view your result. After that, they can check the result and can take the printout for the future reference. Overall, a record total of 11,28,250 students missed their board exams.

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