UP High School 2018 Toppers - The wait for 30 lakh students is over today. Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has declared the result of high school examination. With the announcement of result, came the news of the list of toppers who cracked the examination with exceptional scores. This year, Anjali Verma from Allahabad bagged the first position in class 10 examination. The second position is secured by Fatehpur’s Yashashvi. The third position is shared by Vinay Kumar and Sunny Verma. Careers 360 presents the brief profiles of UP High School 2018 Toppers.
This year, 30,28,767 candidates had appeared for the exam. Out of which 22,76,445 candidates cleared the exam. As per UP Board 10th result 2018, the overall pass percentage has been recorded at 75.16. Girls outperformed the boys with overall pass percentage of 78.81. The pass percentage among boys is 72.27 %. The class 10 examination was conducted from February 6 to 22, 2018.
UP High School 2018 Toppers - Check profiles
Brij Behari Sahai Intercollege, Allahabad
Vikas VMIC College, Fatehpur
Vinay Kumar Verma
Sitapal VMIC, Fatehpur
MPS Intercollege, Gonda
Districts with highest numbers of pass percentage
As per media reports, the highest number of pass percentage has emerged from the following districts in class 10 examination.
Students who have appeared for UP Board 10th examination can check their UP Board 10th result by entering year of exam, roll number and security code. Candidates can also access their result through SMS. UP Board 10th result displays personal details of candidates, details of the school in which candidate had studied, subject-wise marks, qualifying status etc. This year, the board will release the answer sheets of UP Board 10th Toppers. The original marksheet and pass certificates will be issued by the board to candidates. Those who are not satisfied with their scores can apply for revaluation with 30 dates from the date of declaration of result.
What after declaration of UP Board 10th Result 2018?
As the result is declared, many students face problems and are left clueless about which stream to choose. Students must take different parameters into consideration while selecting the stream for Senior Secondary education. The foremost criteria for selecting a stream is their strength. The three streams that students can opt for are Science, Arts/Humanities or Commerce. All the streams offer good subjects and offer various opportunities.