Up Board Result 2022: Up Board 10Th, 12Th Results Can Be Released This Month, You Can Check On These Websites


UP Board 10th, 12th Result 2022: The results of the 10th, 12th board exams conducted by the Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council (UPMSP) in March, April are going to be released soon. According to reports, these can be released by the second or third week of May.

UP Board 10th, 12th Result 2022:  

Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (UPMSP) will soon release the results of class 10th and class 12th 2022. According to media reports, the results of the examination are likely to be declared in May i.e. this month. 

The UP Board Exam was conducted in the month of March April. The results can be checked on the official website of the board, upresults.nic.in. However, the UPMSP has not yet officially announced the result date.

As per the previous UP Board schedule, the UP Board Class 10 and 12 evaluation process is expected to end by May 15. A total of 52 lakh students appeared for the board exams this year. 

In which appeared for class 10 about 24.1. At the same time, about 27.8 lakh students appeared for the class 12 UP board exam.

Results will be released on these websites

The UP Board Class 10, 12 Results will be available on the official website which are as follows. 
– upmsp.edu.in
– upresults.nic.in
– upmspresults.up.nic.in

How to Check Result 

Visit the official website upmsp.edu.in to check UPMSP Board Result 2022. 
Click on the link ‘UPMSP UP Board Result’ on the homepage.
Fill the required credentials, which will include the candidate’s roll number, registration number, etc.
Submit the details, as soon as the result of class 10th and 12th will be displayed on the screen. 
Download the result and take a printout for future reference.

Know in how many centers the examination was conducted 

The UP Board of Secondary Education (UPSEB) examination was conducted at 8,373 centers across the state. Not only this, the UP Board had also taken necessary steps to stop copying. 

For this, the examination centers were monitored with CCTV cameras. At the same time, the board had marked 254 centers as ‘very sensitive’ and 861 centers as ‘sensitive’. 


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