UP Board 12th Date Sheet www.upmsp.edu.in

UP Board XIIth time table : The results of UP Board intermediate exam is going to be declared very soon and will appear in front of the students. It will release in the last week of January. The exam will be organized in the month of January . Main official website of Uttar Pradesh Board is www.upmsp.nic.in. One can access time table and get any kind of information regarding UP Intermediate exam schedule , Rules and Regulation issued to exam etc. from the official website of Uttar Pradesh Board.

The Uttar Pradesh Board conducts 10th and 12th exams every year. Since this board is very eminent in India, everyone wants to qualify the 10th and 12th exams from this board. The Board has decided to conduct these exams and released the UP Board 12th Date Sheet which we are providing at the lower place. Check the exam Schedule and prepare as per the same.

The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Siksha Parishad (UP Board) to conduct exams for high school and intermediate exams for , the official exam dates has been announced. For 12th students, the examination will begin from February 18th and will end on 21st March .

The exams for 12th students planning to schedule in two sessions — First from morning 7.30 am to 10.45 am and the second session from 2.00 pm to 5.15 pm on the same day. The board committee as announced that nearly 38, 00, 000 students set to appear for high school exams in the academic year .

Board of Intermediate Exams, Uttar Pradesh (UP) has released official notice on 12th Time Table online. You can view subject wise date sheet exam schedule and download the PDF copy of 12th Science, Commerce and Arts Time Table for March exam. You can get the time table details in Hindi or English as per your choice through Intermediate Board routine. Kindly follow the time table details below which is tentatively released as per notification. The admits card / hall tickets will be available for download here once Board confirms and announces later this December.

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