The Uttarakhand Board of School Education (UBSE) has announced the UK Board Class 10th, 12th Results today on the official website. Therefore all the UBSE Class 10th, 12th students can check it on the official website of UK Board.
Here’s how UK Board students can check their results 2018:
1. Open the official website of UBSE at www.ubse.uk.gov.in or www.uaresults.nic.in
2. Look your result link ‘UK Board Class XII results 2018 and UBSE Class X results 2018’ and then click on it
3. After clicking on it, enter your details asked on the page
4. Click on ok after filling your correct details
5. Your result will be displayed
6. Download your results
7. Don’t forget to take a printout for future purpose
According to the reports of Indian Express, in Class 10th, there were a total of 14,6,166 students had appeared for the Class 10th examination and out of the total, the passing percentage is 74.57%. Well, girls once again topped the examination by defeating the boys. The passing percentage of girls is 80% while boys have 68.96% in their Class 10th examination.
Reportedly, the School Education Minister Arvind Pandey has released results has announced the results at School Education headquarters in Dehradun. The topper of Class 10th is Kajal Prajapati, Khatima Uddhamsingh Nagar, who scored 98.40 percent.
Class 12th results have been announced and the passing percentage of girls is more than boys. Yes, the passing percentage of Class 12th boys is 78.97%. While the passing percentage of girls is 82.83 percent. However, the topper of UK Board Class 12th is Divyanshi Raj as she scored the whopping percentage i.e. 98.4%.
However, the overall passing percentage in Class 12th is 78.97.
All the interested students can check their UK Board Class 12th Result 2018.
This year, the UBSE Board had set up 1,309 examination centres in the state and 230 were identified as 'sensitive' due to some reasons. These were in Nainital, Chamoli and Haridwar districts of the hill state, officials said. There are more than 17,000 government schools across all 13 districts in Uttarakhand.