The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) popularly referred to under the name MP Board will be holding classes 10 and 12 board examinations in February. According to the most recent schedule announced from MP Board MP Board, the exams will take place between February 13 and March 25. The tests will start with the practical exam. The theory exam will be conducted between February 15 and March 20. The exact date will be released in the near future.
For the first time, in the form of exams that are based on offline classes in person after the pandemic struck in the first place, the exams will be conducted with a complete syllabus. The syllabus cut that has been in use for the last two years will not be used this year. The details will be announced by the board when the date sheet with the specifics is made public. It will be accessible on mpbse.nic.in.
Furthermore, this year the board will also be expected to abolish the rule of best of five. Before, in six subjects, if students was unable to pass any of them subject, the scores in the five best subjects were considered and they were transferred into the following class however this year, that same procedure will not be the case.
Beginning the beginning of this school year, pupils in the class of 10 will be permitted to join several languages. In accordance with earlier notices the students in high school can choose 3 subjects out of the list of prescribed language courses.
Each year, approximately 6 lakh students are enrolled in exam for class 12 and close to 7 lakh students take the class 10 examinations. The same amount of students are expected to sit for MP Board exams. In order to pass the exams students require 33 percent marks in each subject , as well as a total score. In the past, of the total of 629381 students who appeared in exams on the 12th MP Board test 457066 were able to pass the exam. In the MP board Class 10 results the passing percentage is at 56.84 percent. A total of 3,55,371 pupils were not able to pass the exam.