The Minister announced the number of students who passed this year has increased, and the pass percentage is 100 percent. No board exams were held for the students of the MPBSE board due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Both the class 10th and 12 exams were canceled due to the pandemic and an alternative marking scheme was announced for both classes. While class 10th result will be declared on the basis of their midterms, internal assessments and pre-boards class 12th result is assessed on the basis of best of five subjects in class 10th. This is the first year when MPBSE has announced the result of classes 10 and 12 respectively.
3,43,064 students have got first division, 26,4,295 students have passed with second division and 48,787 students have passed with third division.
Streamwise 2,26,623 students have passed the exams in which 64,206 students have got first division, among science stream 2,60,641 students have passed among which 2,02,180 students have got first division and among commerce, only 54,613 students got first division out of 1,06,249 who passed.
Students can check their results by following these steps:-
• Go to the official website of Madhya Pradesh Board–mpresults.nic.in, mpbse.mponline.gov.in and mpbse.nic.in
• Then click on the Class 12 Result link
• Then fill in all the details that are asked like roll number and every detail would be given on the admit card and then click on submit.
• MPBSE Class 12 Result will display on the screen
• The candidate is advised to download the result or take a printout or a screenshot for future reference
The board has declared that arrangements will be made for students who are not satisfied with their results so that they get a chance to appear for examination and improve their results. The registration for these exams will start between 1 and 10 August on the official Website. These special boards will be held
from 1st September.
The state education minister has announced that as the number of passing students has increased if required the board will increase the number of undergraduate seats so that many students get admission in undergraduate courses.