UP Board 10th Result 2024: Results were released on these dates in the last 10 years, see names of toppers

UP Board Result 2024: Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council (UPMSP) is expected to declare UP Board 10th Result 2024 soon. Once declared, students who appeared in the class 10th exam can check their result on the official website upmsp.edu.
Let us tell you, the evaluation of copies of UP Board exam has started from March 16 and the evaluation process will be ended on March 31. Keeping in mind the festival of Holi, the evaluation work will be postponed from March 24 to March 26. Efforts are being made to complete the evaluation process in 13 days.

Class 10th exam was held on this day

As per the schedule, UP Board Class 10 Exam 2024 was conducted from February 22 to March 9 in two shifts i.e. 8:30 am to 11:45 am and 2:00 pm to 5:15 pm. This year 29,47,311 students have registered for UP Board Exam 10th for 2024. This year, a total of 55,25,308 students had registered for the UP Board exam in class 10th-12th. At the same time, about 94,802 examiners have been appointed to evaluate 1.76 crore answer sheets of class 10th examination and the answer sheets are being evaluated at a total of 131 centers in the state.

On what date will class 10th results be released?

If the evaluation process will be ended on March 31, the result is expected to be released soon. However, it is difficult to say right now on which date the results will be released. Let us know on which dates the results were released in the last 10 years.

2023- 25 April

2022- 18 June

2021- 31 July

2020- 27 June

2019- 28 April

2018- 29 April

2017- 23 June

2016- 15 May

2015- 17 May

2014- 30 May

See here the names of UP Class 10th toppers and their marks of the last five years.

2023- Priyanshi Soni- 98.33%

2022- Prince Patel- 97.67%

2020- Riya Jain-96.67%

2019- Gautam Raghuvanshi- 97.17%

2018- Anjali Verma- 96.35%

Let us tell you, this year, UP Board successfully conducted the class 10th and 12th examinations within 12 days. Due to the strictness and rules made by the board, there has been a decrease in the number of students cheating this time as compared to previous years. Let us tell you, in efforts to prevent malpractices during the examination, the board had conducted 24×7 online monitoring of the examination centers and strong rooms. Besides this, more than 290,000 CCTV cameras equipped with voice recorders were installed in 135,000 examination rooms and premises of all 8,265 examination centres.