The UP Board Results 2018 will be announced on April 29 at the official website of the board – upresults.nic.in. While the UP Board Class 12th Results will be declared at 12.30 pm, the UP Board Class 10th Results will be announced on 1.30 pm on the same day. It has to be seen what preparedness, the government has made to ensure that servers do not go down. In the past, it has been noticed that on the day of results announcement due to the sheer volume of the traffic government websites is unable to handle the traffic.
According to latest updates, UP board result 2018 for senior secondary and secondary annual exams will be hosted by the National Informatics Centre on the website upresults.nic.in. Last year, UPMSP had declared the results on 9 June.
UPMSP or UP Board had held Class 10 exams between February 6 and February 22 and the class 12 UP Board exams were held between February 6 and March 10. A total of 66,37,018 students will receive their result on April 29, 2018.
The board has also announced that UPMSP will release the answer copies of toppers. CBSE releases model answer copies for students who prepare for the exam in the next year. “We will be uploading the copies of toppers online so that students can see and follow them during their preparations,” the Deputy Chief Minister who also holds education portfolio had said.
UP board result 2018 for class 10th and class 12th will be released on the official website upresults.nic.in. Result updates can be found at upmsp.edu.in. Since 66,37,018 students will log-in to the website for the result there are chances the website will slow down. In such cases, candidates can either wait for a while or else can opt for alternative websites like indiaresults.com, examresults.net.
In March 2018 UP board decided to remove elementary mathematics from high school syllabus. The change in the syllabus has been brought about as a result of the implementation of NCERT syllabus for UP Board students. Earlier, students had to choose from Mathematics, Elementary Mathematics, and Home Science (only for girls). Earlier for both Mathematics and Elementary Mathematics, 70 marks were allotted to theory paper and 30 marks were allotted to practical and internal assessment.