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UP Madarsa Board Result 2019 declared @ madarsaboard.upsdc.gov.in; check direct link here

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UP Madarsa Board Result 2019 update: UP Madarsa Board Result 2019 is now available on the official website. The Uttar Pradesh Madarsa Board has announced the UP Madarsa Board Result 2019 online.

Candidates, who had appeared for the entrance exam, are advised to check the scores available on the official website.

UP Madarsa Board Result 2019: How to check online

Step 1: Visit madarsaboard.upsdc.gov.in

Step 2: Go to the UP Madarsa Board Result 2019 link

Step 3: Feed in the Login credentials

Step 4: Download UP Madarsa Board Result 2019.

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Important points at a glance

UP Madarsa Board Result 2019 is now available on the official website.

The Uttar Pradesh Madarsa Board has announced the UP Madarsa Board Result 2019 online.

Candidates, who had appeared for the entrance exam, are advised to check the scores available on the official website.

Candidates are advised to check the UP Madarsa Board Result 2019 retrieval guide mentioned above.

Last year, members of the HRD Ministry’s NMCME had pitched for capturing details of unregistered madarsas in the country and setting up a national-level madarsa board with a suitable system for accreditation to ensure their academic standards.

In a recent meeting of the National Monitoring Committee for Minorities’ Education (NMCME), panel member Afzar Shamsi recommended that the data of unregistered madarsas be captured. “There are two types of madarsas, one which are ‘registered’ which are roughly 20 per cent and the other one are ‘unregistered’ which are around 80 per cent. All the data which the government is having is based on registered madarsas,” the minutes of the meeting quoted Afzar Shamsi as saying.

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