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UP officials informed that 51,92,616 candidates registered for the board exam this year. The exams were delayed this year due to the election and took place from March 24 to April 13. Sources inform that the number of students who actually appeared for the exam was about 47.7 lakh, out of which about 27 lakh appeared for the class 10 exam, while about 24 lakh students appeared. for the in-state class 12 exam.
UPMSP Uttar Pradesh Class 10 Board Examinations took place from 24th March to 9th April 2022. The examination was conducted in two shifts – the first shift started from 8:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. and the second took place from 2 p.m. to 11:15 a.m. took place until 5:15 p.m.
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This year, the UP Board Exam was conducted in offline pen and paper mode. A total of 27,81,654 students appeared for the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) Class 10 examinations while a total of 24,11,035 students appeared for the Class 12 examinations.
The announcement came two days after Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in a meeting with officials expressed concern over the delay in announcing the results and asked officials to speed up the process and announce the date in advance. The source informs that the Chief Minister had told the officials that the parents were eagerly awaiting the results and therefore they should be informed about the expected time and date of the results.
In 2021, the overall pass percentage recorded by the UP Board Class 10 was 99.53% i.e. nearly 16% more than in 2020. Nearly 30 lakh candidates registered for the class 10 board examinations of Uttar Pradesh, out of which 16,68,868 boys and 13,13,187 girls were declared successful and promoted. The girls have been performing for two years.
Last year, the overall pass percentage recorded by the board for class 12 was 99.56% and in 2020, a total number of 26,10,316 students registered for the board exams, of which 25,54,813 were passed. declared successful with a success percentage. of 97.88 percent.