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Madhya Pradesh board to announce class 10 results today — How to check your marks online

Madhya Pradesh board to announce class 10 results today — How to check your marks online
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Madhya Pradesh board class 10 results     TOI
  • MPBSE results for class 10 will be out on Wednesday, July 14, at 4 p.m.
  • All registered students can check their respective results online by visiting the official website of the MPBSE and its mobile app.
  • The results will be out on the basis of evaluation criteria set by the board.
Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) results for class 10 will be out on Wednesday, July 14, at 4 p.m. All students who are waiting for the results are advised to keep their details ready for quick access.

All registered students can check their respective results online by visiting the official website of the Madhya Pradesh board (MPBSE). Apart from the official website, students can also check their result on the MPBSE mobile app. The app can be downloaded from Google Play Store. For checking the results, the registered students need to enter their Roll Number and then click on Submit. The result will be displayed on the screen. Students are advised to keep a screenshot of their results for further reference.

MPBSE, this year (2020-21), had cancelled the board exams for class 10 due to the ongoing second wave of COVID-19 pandemic.

The pass criteria for class 10 Madhya Pradesh board exams



In order to pass the MP board exams, students need to score at least 33% in every subject. Along with this, it is mandatory for the students to need an aggregate score of 33%, in order to clear the boards.

The results will be out on the basis of evaluation criteria set by the board. Each student will be given marks out of 100, for which the distribution of marks -- 50% weightage will be given to the pre-board exams, 30% weightage to unit tests and the rest 20% weightage to internal assessment.

Also, the past three years’ performance of schools in board results will be considered. If a student is unable to score the minimum passing marks i.e 33%, they will be given grace marks and will be promoted to the next class.

The students are also advised to keep a track for further updates on the official website of the board.

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