MP board has released the result for the Class 10th Examination today i.e. 4th July 2020 on its official website. Candidates who have appeared for the Class 10th Examination 2020 can download the result on the official website of MP Board i.e. mpbse.nic.in.
Students must remember site may not open properly due to heavy traffic. It is advised to recheck or re-visit the website after some time.
ALSO CHECK: MP Board Class 12th Exam Result 2020.
Around 15 lakh students have appeared for the MP board Class 10th Examination. Last year around 10 lakh students appeared for the MP board Class 10th exams and more than 7.5 lakh students appeared for the Class 12th exam.
Last year the Class 10th Examination 2019 results were declared on 12th May 2019.
As we know, MP Board had canceled the remaining exams of Class 10th as stated by MP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and the result for Class 10th will be released on the basis of exams already held in Merit List.
Steps to download result for MP Board Class 10th Exam 2020:
- Visit the official website mpresults.nic.in or mpbse.nic.in
- On the home page, click on “Class 10th Exam Results 2020”
- A new page will open, fill in the required credentials.
- Click on Submit.
- Your MP Board Class 10th result will appear on the screen.
- Download and print results for future reference.
Students can also apply for verification if they want to if they expect more marks. In this only, the totaling of the marks would be done again.
For the same, the candidate has to submit a form to the MP Board Department.
Students can apply for the re-evaluation where the answer sheets will be checked again, which may result in an increase or decrease of marks.
The same students have to submit the re-evaluation form to the MP Board Department.
Students who fail to pass in one (or more) subjects will be given a chance to save their year by appearing for that examination again.
These exams will be conducted in the third week of July 2020 and the result for the same will be released in August 2020. (Expected)
|75% or above||Distinction|
|60% or 74%||First Division|
|45% to 59%||Second Division|
|35% to 44%||Pass Grade|
|34% or below||Failed|