Education - MP Board Result 2020 10th & 12th Board Result Declaration Date and Time; How to download?
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MP Board Result 2020 10th & 12th Board Result Declaration Date and Time; How to download?

MP Board Result 2020 10th & 12th Board Result Declaration Date and Time; How to download?

MP Board Result 2020 10th & 12th Board Result Declaration Date and Time; How to download: MPBSE has completed the evaluation of class 10. They will be announcing the result date this week, while the class 12 evaluation process is still ongoing; hence the result declaration will take some time.

MP Board Result

The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) is likely to announce the dates of the class 10th results this week. The controller of the MP board, Mr. Balwant Verma, said that the evaluation process for class 10th is now complete and the results are likely to be declared this week.

MP Board 10th or 12th Result

The MPBSE board said that the evaluation process for class 12th is still pending; therefore, the declaration of results is going to take a while.

How to check/download MP Board Result 2020

Once the results are declared, the students can visit the official websites: mpbse.nic.in, mpresults.nic.in and download their results.

This year around 11.5 lakh students appeared for the board exams of class 10th, which due to the coronavirus pandemic, could not be completed. Chief Minister, Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan, said, "For the canceled subjects, the students will get the remark 'pass' on their mark sheets." He also noted that the results would be based on the exams given by the students.

MP Board Result

The evaluation process of class 12th will be done soon, and the hard copy of both these results will be available to the students when the schools reopen said the officials. Around 8.5 lakh students appeared for the higher secondary examinations, which were concluded on June 15 after being postponed due to the lockdown.

Last year, the success rates of students that cleared the secondary exams were 61.32 percent, and the students that made higher secondary exams were 72.37 percent. Let's wait to see the success ratio of students that appeared in the examinations this year.

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