MPBSE 10th 12th Result 2023 Date: MP Board Result Likely This Week for Class 10, 12 on mpresults.nic.in
The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) is expected to release the results for Class 10 and 12 board exams this week. Students will be able to access their scores on the official website, mpbse.nic.in. Alternatively, they can use the MP Board Result 2023 app, available for download on the Google Play Store. The exact date and time of the result announcement have not been officially confirmed by the Madhya Pradesh Board.
The MP Board Class 12th Exam took place from March 2 to April 5, while the MP Board Class 10 Exam was held from March 1 to March 27. Over 19 lakh students appeared for the board exams this year in both classes. The MP Board had invited proposals from online portals until May 11 to publish the results on the official website. Interested portals were required to submit their proposals by post to the Secretary, Board of Secondary Education, Shivaji Nagar, Bhopal. The official notice stated that a lump sum amount of Rs. 90,000 would be payable to the Board via D.D./NEFT, and an agreement with the Board would also need to be signed for result publication.
Upon the announcement of results, candidates will need their hall tickets to check their scores using their roll number and birthdate. After receiving the mark sheets, students can collect their original copies from their respective schools. In order to pass the test, students from the Madhya Pradesh Board must score at least 33% in each subject. If they fail to achieve this minimum threshold in any subject, they will be required to take compartment tests.
In 2022, nearly 10 lakh students registered for the class 10 board examinations, while approximately 9 lakh students took the class 12 exams. The results for both exams were announced on April 29 during a news conference. The pass rate for the Class 12 exam was 72.72%, and for the Class 10 exam, it was 59.54%. In the Class 12 exam, girls outperformed boys, with a pass rate of 70.64% compared to 69.94% for boys.