MP Board Result Class 10th 2021: Know how to check your board result

MP Board Result Class 10th 2021: The result of Madhya Pradesh Board Result 2021 will be released today at 4:00 PM. Let us tell you that these results will be of high school examination, they will be issued by the Board of Secondary Education.

Due to Corona, the Board of Secondary Education had canceled the High School as well as Higher Secondary examination in the past.

As passed all the candidates in high school. But the MP Board Result Class 10th 2021 will be released under the special evaluation system. In these special system evaluations, if any student feels that his result is less, he can take the exam.

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That is, the option of appearing for the examination will also be included, although the merit list will not be issued for this.

In the year 2021, the number of students who appeared in the MP Board exam is around 10 lakh 50 thousand. RELATED| Check MP Board result 2021, 10th Class

Last year the high school result in Madhya Pradesh stood at 62.84%. Candidates will be able to see their results through the official website of the board, however, the results can also be seen on the mobile app.

How to Apply Candidate for MP Board 2021 Exam registration?

If any candidate is dissatisfied with the result released by the Madhya Pradesh Board (MP Board Result 2021), then there will also be an option to appear for the examination. This exam will be conducted from 1st September to 25th September.

According to the marks obtained in this, the mark sheet of the candidate will be issued, for this, the student will have to register online from August 1 to 10.

On what basis will the evaluation of MP Board candidates be done?

The basis of the evaluation of the results of MP Board Result 10th Class 2021 candidates will be their half-yearly examination, pre-board, and unity. The result will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidate in all these examinations.

Students who are absent in these examinations will be passed by giving 33% marks. On the other hand, private students will also be passed by giving 33% marks.

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