UP Result 2017 Topper, Tejasvi Devi and Priyanshi Tiwari Declared Topper


Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has officially confirmed UP Board result 2017 release.  Students can download their class 10th and 12th result from the official website.

Yesterday on 9 june, the UP Board has announced both class 10th and 12th results. UPMSP has announced 2017 class 10th result along with UP Board 12th result at the same time 12.30 pm. 2017 UP Board results have been released in the official website. The passing percentage for class 10th and 12th is 81.6% and 82.5% respectively.

Students of class 10th as well as class 12th can download their result by entering their personal information into the official website. By entering their roll number or registration number they can easily get their online result. Fatehpur’s Tejasvi Devi being topper in UP Board 10th result 2017 has secured 95.83%. Whereas Priyanshi Tiwari who is also from Fatehpur, being topper has secured 96.2% in of UP Board 12th result 2017.

Students wait come to an end as the students were eagerly waiting for the release of UP Board result 2107.At 12.30 Uttar Pradesh Board 12 class result 2017 has been declared online. So it’s officially confirmed that Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad result is released now. The Education minister at the Board’s office in Allahabad made the declaration of UP Board 12th result 2017 at 12 noon, which was placed online in website for students at around 12.30 pm.

Students can check Board of High School and Intermediate Education Uttar Pradesh 10th and 12th class results on many websites, they can easily log in official website or any primary website for their result.

26 lakh students appeared this year in Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Board for 12th class board examination which was held in month of March and April this year. The Board conducted class 12th exams from March 16 to April 21 in around 11,500 test centers across the State. In all total 24,51,474 students took the board exams this year, in which around 2 lakh dropped out of the exam.

As the new government took control of the State so the examination process was made much strict, it was made clear from the very beginning that no free hand will be given to erring schools. For this regard, many of the schools were barred from hosting the board exams, and on the other hand several others were blacklisted. Strict instructions wear also given to the examiner to check the answer sheets carefully and to follow the instructions carefully. The answer sheets of the students having scored more than 90 percent marks have also been checked twice to rule out the possibility of errors.

Last year in 2016, 87.99% was the overall pass percentage in UP Board 12th result 2016. This was a little less than the year 2015’s result which was 88,83%. The pass percentage in 2017 board result is further expected to dip, because of the strict checking methods implemented this year. While on the other hand 10th board result was increased from the previous year from 83.74% to 87.66%, it has the chances to shift backward.