Board of High School and Intermediate Education Uttar Pradesh, was established in year 1921 under British Government's act of United Provinces Legislative Council. It was started its first Board Exam in 1923. In this era Board of High School and Intermediate Education Uttar Pradesh is know as the world's biggest examining body. In the academic year 2012-13 the U.P. Board is holding the examinations and also preparing the results of almost over 35 lac students.
Most of the Schools of Uttar Pradesh are recognized by U.P. Board, only few one schools are recognized by Indian Council of School Education (I.C.S.E.) and by Central Board of Secondary Education (C.B.S.E.). The most important thing about U.P. Board it is having its Regular and Private Examination cells for High School and Intermediate Examinations.
UP Board in now going to announce results of Intermediate (12th Class Results) on 05th June 2013
and High School (10th Class Results) on 08 th June 2013, for exams held in March-April 2013. Students who are waiting for results can check their results on the following official websites of UP Board and UP Government's result portal. Links for Online Results are here below :-
UP Board High School (Class X) Examination 2013 Results
For Result links and other important information please visit - http://upmsp.nic.in
Students who are not able to get their results Online can opt SMS results option for knowing their results on their mobile, please note the below SMS/IVRS details -
- For Class 10th (High School) :- Just type in your message box - RESULT<space>UP10<space>YOUR ROLL NUMBER and sent it to 56263.
- For Class 12th (Intermediate) :- Just type in your message box - RESULT<space>UP12<space>YOUR ROLL NUMBER and sent it to 56263.
Students who are not satisfied with their UP Board Results, can take improvement exam for better marks, under the provisions of UP Board. Students who thinks that they had done well, and there would be board's mistake for their less marks can apply for revaluation or re-totaling. Please contact your School's Principal for more details.