UK Board 10th 2018 – Uttarakhand Board of School Education or UBSE conducts UK Board 10th every year. In 2018, UK 10th examination was conducted from March 6 to 24. The Board will release UK 10th result 2018 on or before May 26, 2018 and students will be able to check the same using their roll number. Candidates can also obtain the result using the SMS facility by sending a text message to the number specified by the Board. The result will comprise details such as candidate’s roll number, name, marks secured in each subject, qualifying status and so on. UBSE will provide original mark sheets to students soon after online declaration of result and the same can be collected by students in person from their respective schools. Students who are not satisfied with their marks can apply for re-scrutiny within 30 days from the date of online declaration of result. For this, they have to pay Rs. 100 per paper via treasury challan. Last year, out of 150573 appeared candidates, 73.67% cleared the exam. Scroll down for more on UK Board 10th 2018 such as important dates, result, verification, datesheet, statistics and more.
UK Board 10th 2018 – Overview
Name of Exam
Uttarakhand 10th Board
Commonly Known as
UK Board 10th
Uttarakhand Board of School Education (UBSE)
Mode of Exam
UK Board 10th 2018 – Datesheet
Uttarakhand Board 10th 2018 time table is available online. The exam started on March 6 with the Hindi paper and concluded on March 24, 2018 with the Sanskrit paper. Each paper in UK Board 10th 2018 was held for 3 hours. The schedule of the exam has been provided below:
Uttarakhand Board 10th Events and Dates
Events of UK Board 10th 2018
Uttarakhand 10th Board exam
March 6 to 24, 2018
UK 10th result 2018
On or before May 26, 2018
UBSE will announce UK Board 10th result online, on or before May 26, 2018. Students who have appeared for can check their result using their roll number and other required details. UK Board 10th result displays candidate’s name, roll number, subject-wise marks secured and aggregate among others. The board will issue original mark sheet and pass certificates to students, a few days after the online declaration of result. Students can collect the same from their respective schools. Besides, candidates can also also access their UK 10th result 2018 via SMS by sending UK10<space>ROLLNUMBER to 56263. UBSE will also announce the merit list and names of students who top UK Board 10th 2018 after the result is announced.
How to download UK Board 10th Result 2018?
The step-by-step procedure to download UK class 10 result 2018 has been given below:
Step 1: Visit the link Uttarakhand 10th Board result 2018 given below.
Step 2: In the login window, submit yourroll number.
Step 3: UK Board 10th result 2018 will get displayed on screen.
Step 4: Download result and take a printout. Keep it safe until original mark sheets are issued.
UK Board 10th 2018 - Subjects/Pattern
Students appearing for UK Board 10th have to sit for the following papers of 100 marks each. The marking scheme of some of the papers included in UK Board 10th 2018 have been given below:
UK Board 10th 2018 - Eligibility Criteria
Candidates have to clear their 9th standard in order to be eligible to sit for Uttarakhand 10th Board exam. They must have studied class 10 from an institution affiliated to the Board with the required attendance. Students must have submitted the application form for appearing the exam on time along with examination fee. Only candidates whose applications were accepted and received their admit cards were allowed to sit for UK Board 10th 2018.
UK Board 10th - Statistical Overview
Total students appeared
Pass percent for girls
Pass percent for boys
Overall Pass Percent
About Uttarakhand Board
UBSE was formed on September 22, 2001 and has its headquarters in Ramnagar. The Board is responsible for prescribing textbooks and conducting examinations for 10th and 12th class students in Uttarakhand every year, along with declaring their results. UBSE controls, regulates, and looks after matters associated with the school education of the state.