New Delhi: The Uttar Pradesh Board of High School and Intermediate Education is likely to declare the Class 10 results for the year 2013 on Saturday (June 8). The board has already announced the class 12 results on June 5, hence, putting an end to the students’ anxiety. Girls have oushined the boys this year in the intermediate exam.

The students can check their results on the official website of the board: Results can also be accessed through SMS service.

Class 10 results 2013 declared

A total of 25.48 lakh candidates had appeared in the Class 12 exams held this year, out of which 23.62 lakh secured pass marks, putting the overall pass percentage at 92.68, an improvement of 3.28 percent as compared to the last year, Director, Secondary Education, UP, told reporters.

Among the girl students, the pass percentage stood at 96. 32 which was 0.8 percent higher than the previous year. Boys' pass percentage (89.79), though lower than that of girls, was an improvement of 5.06 per cent from the last year.

Class 12 report card

Results this year were also marked by a qualitative improvement in the candidates' performance as the proportion of those achieving distinction was 7.35 percent higher than last year. Similarly, there was an increase of 9.65 percent in the percentage of those getting first division. However, the percentage of those passing with second and third division declined by 14.72 and 2.32 percent respectively.

A district-wise appraisal showed that Hapur came up with the best performance with a pass percentage of 97.58, followed by Lalitpur (97.52), Fatehpur (96.97)and Allahabad (96.48). Ghazipur (78.68) and Etah (79.86) recorded the lowest pass percentages.

Presently, there are around nine thousand one hundred and twenty one secondary schools recognized by the UP Board of High School and Intermediate Education.

The board’s headquarter is located in Allahabad and its four regional offices are located in Meerut, Varanasi, Bareilly and Allahabad.
Notably, the UP Board of High School and Intermediate Education was the first to adopt the 10+2 system.