MP Board result 2018: The consequence of Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) will be accessible at mpbse.nic.in
MPBSE result 2018: The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has reported the aftereffects of the supplementary exam of Class 10 and Class 12 at mpbse.nic.in. Understudies who have showed up for the exams can check their outcomes from the official site. The supplementary exams are held for the understudies who fail in it is possible that maybe a couple subjects.
The yearly exams for Class 10 and 12 were led by the MP Board in March and the outcomes were out in May. The general pass level of Class 12 was 68 for each penny while it is 66 for every penny for Class 10. In Class 12 or HSSC, a sum of 7,65,358 understudies have showed up of which 6,00,065 are from the standard classification where 4,253 understudies stayed truant.
MPBSE tenth, twelfth supplementary outcome 2018: How to check
Stage 1: Go to the official site for MPBSE (mpbse.nic.in).
Stage 2: Click on the connection for the outcomes page.
HSC (Class tenth) Examination Result 2018
HSSC (Class twelfth) Examination Result 2018
HSSC Vocational Examination Result 2018
Stage 3: Enter your move number and points of interest in the fields gave.
Stage 4: Download your outcome and remove a print from the same for additionally reference
The same number of as results are withheld of 852 understudies for a few reasons. An aggregate of 1,08,358 fizzled the exams and about 4,05,122 have passed. The quantity of consistent understudies who gave the supplementary was 81,480.
This year, the presentation of consequences of classes 10 and 12 by the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) by labeling the fruitful applicants in different ‘rank based’ classifications had set off a column. The Congress said the move added up to isolating the state on “rank lines”. The Madhya Pradesh board, in any case, said there was no standing shrewd isolation of understudies in the outcomes announced on May 14, and that it was only an arrangement of aggregating the information.
Young ladies outshone young men in the legitimacy rundown of class 10 and 12 examinations. The general pass rate remained at 66.54 and 68.07 for Class 10 and Class 12, separately. A sum of 98 young ladies and 83 young men figured on the legitimacy list for class 10, while 71 young ladies and 62 young men for Class 12. Boss Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said the outcomes were better contrasted with the most recent year.