Uttar Pradesh Board of High School and Intermediate Education will announce  UP Board Class 12th (XII) Result 2014 ,up board inter result 2014, UP Board results 2014 to be declared today at 12:30PM. The results will be declared on upresults.nic.in , upmsp.nic.in or jagranjosh.com. Students can check their UP Board Intermediate results 2014  on the official website of the board, upresults.nic.in or upmsp.nic.in. Besides, the results can also be availed directly by logging on to the website of Jagran Josh, jagranjosh.com.

Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad,  Uttar Pradesh,UP will announce UP Class 12th Board Result 2014 results on Sunday. Secretary, Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad, Shakuntala Devi Yadav said the results will be announced at 12.30 pm. UP board inter result 2014 or UP 12th Class Result 2014 results will be published on several websites including upmsp.nic.in, upresults.nic.in, up.nic.in, and jagranjosh.com. Arrangements for school-wise results have also been made.

The exams for the Uttar Pradesh Board of Intermediate (12th) were held between March 3  and April 4. Around 31,27,066 students had appeared for the  UP Board’s Intermediate examination 2014.
Presently, there are around 9,121 secondary schools recognized by the Uttar Pradesh Board of High School and Intermediate Education.

Last Year the Class 12th state board exams in Uttar Pradesh 2013 was flagged off on 12 March and finished on 06 April 2013 and the board had announced the 2013 results for class 12th examinations on June 5 last year. Of the total 26 lakh students who appeared in Class 12th board exams in UP last year, 92.68 percent passed the exams, and with a pass percentage of 96.32%, girls outshined the boys in the state. Only 89.79% of the total boys appeared in the exam were passed.

  About Board of High School & Intermediate Education U.P

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

Besides, preparing syllabus for students from Class I to Class XII, for schools affiliated with it, the UP Board is responsible to conduct three board examinations in the state viz. the Middle School Exam for Class VII, the High School Exam for Class X and the Intermediate Exam for Class XII, which is a school-leaving examination.The Board conducted its first public examination in 1923 and is the largest examining body in the world.