Uttarakhand Board 10th and 12th Results 2017 DECLARED today; 73.67% & 78.89% is the overall pass percentage in the UK 10th and 12th Board Results respectively
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30 May, 2017: The Uttarakhand Board Results for 10th (High School) and 12th (Intermediate) were declared TODAY at 11 AM.
1,50,573 students appeared in the Uttarakhand Board Class 10 exams while 1,31,190 students appeared in the Uttarakhand Board Intermediate exams this year.
Some of the statistics of this years UK Board 10th Result and UK Board 12th Result 2017 are given below.
Uttarakhand Board Class 10 Results 2017
|1||Total Number of Students||1,50,573|
|2||Total No. of Students who Passed||1,10,941|
|3||Overall Pass Percentage||73.67%|
|4||Total Students - First Class with Distinction||5411|
|5||First Class with Distinction %||4.87%|
|6||Total Students - First Class||26,109|
|7||First Class %||23.53%|
|8||Total Students - Second Class||55,687|
|9||Second Class %||50.19%|
|10||Total Students - Third Class||23,704|
|11||Third Class %||21.36%|
The overall pass percentage for UK Board 10th Results is 73.67%.
Girls recorded a pass percentage of 78.51% and Boys recorded a pass percentage of 68.76%.
KM. Aisha stood first with 492/500 marks and a percentage of 98.40%. Harsh Vardhan Verma stood first among boys with 491/500 marks and 98.20%.
Uttarakhand Board Class 12 Results 2017
|1||Total Number of Students||1,31,190|
|2||Total No. of Students who Passed||1,03,505|
|3||Overall Pass Percentage||78.89%|
|4||Total Students - First Class with Distinction||2389|
|5||First Class with Distinction %||2.30%|
|6||Total Students - First Class||19,667|
|7||First Class %||19.00%|
|8||Total Students - Second Class||62,257|
|9||Second Class %||60.14%|
|10||Total Students - Third Class||18,114|
|11||Third Class %||17.50%|
The overall pass percentage for UK Board 12th Results is 78.89%.
Girls recorded a pass percentage of 82.07% and Boys recorded a pass percentage of 75.56%.
Aditya Ghildiyal stood first with 475/500 marks and a percentage of 95%. Megha Dhiman stood first among girls with 471/500 marks and 94.20%.