Lucknow | Jagran Education Desk: The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) on Saturday announced the results for the class 12th board exams. The result was announced at 3:30 PM along with the UP Board Class 10 Result 2021 on the official website--upresults.nic.in. 

This year, over 29 lakh students had registered for Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) class 12th board exams, which got cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Out of the 29,96,031 students who had registered for inter (class 12) results, as many as 25,54,813 have cleared the exams. The overall pass percentage of the UP board 12th result this year is 97.88 per cent. In 2020, it was 74.63 per cent while it was 70.02 per cent in 2019.

Here’s how candidates can check their results

The UP Board Class 12 result will be out on Board’s websites at 3:30 PM, Saturday, July 30, the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) said in an official statement. These websites are:

  1. Upmsp.edu.in
  2. Upresults.nic.in

How to check the UP Board Class 12 result through SMS?

To check the UP Board result 2021 for Class 12, type UP12 (no space) roll number and send it to 56263.

Candidates will be able to download their digital mark sheets at the time of viewing their results through any of the above.

Candidates who do not have the access to their roll numbers may search their roll numbers on the UP board website. One first needs to visit the board website, upmsp.edu.in.After that, scroll down to the notification section and click on the link to download the roll number. Following this, enter your registration number and search. This should result in you getting your roll number. If this doesn’t work then alternatively, you can select your district, enter a 4-digit school code, name, and date of birth to search for your roll number.

UPMSP Class 12 Result 2021: Evaluation Criteria

The UP Board Class 12 result will be declared on the basis of a 50:40:10 formula, in which 50 per cent weightage will be put on Class 10 Board exams, 40 per cent marks will be derived from Class 11 final or half-yearly examinations. Whereas the rest of the 10 per cent marks will be derived from the marks obtained in Class 12 pre-board exams.

Posted By: Mukul Sharma