UP Board Results 2023 declared the results for the year’s High School (Class 10) and Intermediate (Class 12) examinations at its headquarters in Prayagraj. A girl from Sitapur, Priyanshi Soni of Sita Bal Vidya Mandir Inter College, Mahmudabad, topped the high school exams with 98.33% marks. She scored 590 out of 600 points.
Mahoba’s Shubh Chhapra, a student of Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College, Charkhari, topped the intermediate examination. He secured 97.80% marks by scoring 489 out of 500 marks.
Girls have outperformed boys in high school and high school examinations results said UP board chairman Mahendra Dev and secretary Dibyakant Shukla while announcing the results.
The pass percentage of girls in the HS exam was 93.34% while that of boys was 86.64%. In the intermediate test, the pass percentage of boys was 69.34% while it was 83% for girls. Overall, 75.52% students passed Intermediate (12th grade) and 89.78% students passed High School (10th grade).
Intermediate pass percentage decreased by 9.81% compared to 85.33% in 2022. HS pass percentage increased by 1.6%. In 2022, it was 88.18%.
Pilibhit’s Saurabh Gangwar, a student of SVM Intermediate College, Bisalpur and Etawah’s Anamika, a student of Ch S Singh Intermediate College, Jaswant Nagar, jointly stood second in the intermediate exams with 97.20%, securing 486 out of 500 marks, while Pritehyayapurshu of SBM Intermediate College , Raghuvanshpuram, and Fatehpur’s Khushi of SS Intermediate College, Mustafapur, along with Siddhartha Nagar’s Supriya of SPR Intermediate College, Bansi, jointly secured the third position with 97% and scored 485 out of 500 marks.
UP board results 2023: Girls get higher marks over boys
There were 179 meritorious students in the list of top 10 students of class 10 and 253 meritorious students in the list of top 10 intermediate results. Of these, 432 meritorious students, more than half (230) were girls.
In the secondary school, 31,16,454 students were registered for the exam, of which 31,06,157 were regular students and 10,297 were private students. A total of 28,63,621 students appeared for the exam, including 28,54,879 regular and 8,742 private, while 25,70,987 students, including 25,65,176 regular and 5,811 private students, shared officials passed the exam.
The overall success rate for regular high school students was 89.85% and for private students 66.47%. In secondary school, the overall percentage of successful completion of all students remained at 89.78%.
The overall pass percentage of regular students in intermediate examinations was 74.60%, while among private students it remained 89.46%. Overall, the total pass percentage of all students was 75.52%.
Out of the total number of 25,71,002 students, 14,07,572 were boys and 11,63,430 were girls in the examination. Of these 19,41,717 successful results students, 9,76,059 were boys and 9,65,658 were girls. The overall pass percentage for boys was 69.34% and for girls 83%. The pass percentage of girls was 13.66% higher than that of boys, officials said.
UP Board Chairman Mahendra Dev stated that it was the first time in the 100-year history of the UP Board that the results of high school and intermediate exams were declared so early. He said the evaluation of answer sheets was completed between March 18 and 31 in 258 evaluation centers in various districts.