The results were based on the new tabulation method after the UP government canceled the test due to the escalation of Kovid-1 infected cases. For (Class 12) students, the board considers students who get 50% marks in 10th class, then 40% in 11% and the remaining 10% in pre-board exams of Class 12. Similarly, for 10th class students, the marks were calculated on the basis of 50% of the total marks obtained in 9th class and 50% marks obtained in the pre-board of 10th class.
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29.9 lakh candidates were registered for the Class X examination, out of which 29.8 lakh passes were declared. In Class XII, 25.5 lakh out of 26.1 lakh candidates were declared successful who registered. Out of 29.8 lakh students who passed the Class X examination, 82,238 students were promoted without any marks. These students said the officers were the ones who passed because of the ‘suspicious’ situation. Similarly, 62,506 out of 25.5 lakh students in Class 12 were promoted but were not given any marks as these were matters of suspicion. According to UPSEB, students who failed to get minimum pass marks in theory subjects during tabulation practice and who had unavailable annual test scores in Class 9 and 11 and pre-board marks in Class 10 and 12 were promoted in the same manner.
“These students had to be promoted because the board did not have any information about such students. This was probably because no exams were held in their schools where students could attend, ”said a senior official.
The results showed that more girls in both 10th and 12th classes took the test in 12th class, 98.4% girls took the test as opposed to 97.47% boys.
According to the flow for 12th grade, 97.92% of students who had a humanities pass were declared pass and 97.88% of students with a science stream. 97.22% students of Commerce Stream have been declared pass.