MP board has released the result for the Class 12th Examination today i.e 27th July 2020 on its official website. Candidates who have appeared for the Class 12th Examination 2020 can download the result on the official website of MP Board i.e. mpbse.nic.in.
CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan Congratulated all the students for their results via a twitter post.
MP Board has already released the result for Class 10th Examination 2020 on 4th July.
RESULTS THIS YEAR:
This year the pass percentage is 68.81%, last year the pass percentage was 72.37%.
This year 73.40% of girls passed the examination while boys pass percentage is 64.66%.
Science: Priya and Rinku Bathra topped with 495 marks.
Commerce: Mufaddal Arvival topped with 487 marks.
Arts: Shambu Mishra topped with 444 marks.
LAST YEAR RESULT:
Last year, the Class 12th Examination 2019 results were declared on 12th May 2019.
MP High Secondary School Certificate Exam or class 12th exams 2019 were held from 2nd March to 2nd April 2019. Around 10 lakh students appeared for the Class 10 exams and more than 7.5 lakh students appeared for class 12 exam in Madhya Pradesh this year.
RESCHEDULED THE EXAMINATION:
This year the examination was scheduled in the month of March 2020 but due to COVID and national lockdown, the exams were postponed.
The examination was then conducted in two shifts i.e morning (9 am to 12 pm) and evening (2 pm to 5 pm) shift from 9th June 2020 to 15th June 2020.
HOW TO CHECK RESULT:
Steps to download the result for MP Board Class 12th Exam 2020:
- Visit the official website mpresults.nic.in or mpbse.nic.in
- On the home page, click on “Class 12th Exam Results 2020”
- A new page will open, fill in the required credentials.
- Click on Submit.
- Your MP Board Class 12th 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|
ALSO CHECK: MP Board Class 10th Exam 2020 Results
ALSO READ: MP BOARD CLASS 10TH SUPPLEMENTARY EXAM UPDATE: Application Form, Time table, Admit Card, and Result. Read all information here!
UPDATED AS ON 5TH JUNE 2020:
MP Board has released the admit cards for MPBSE Class 12th Examination 2020 on its official website. Candidates who have to appear for the MPBSE Class 12th examination can download the admit card from the official website i.e. mpbse.nic.in.
The exam will be conducted in two shifts i.e morning (9 am to 12 pm) and evening (2 pm to 5 pm) shift from 9th June 2020 to 15th June 2020.
Steps to download the admit card for MPBSE Class 12th Examination:
- Visit the official website i.e. mpbse.nic.in.
- On the home page, click on the link “ MP Board Class 12th Admit card”
- A new page will open, fill in the required credentials.
- Your MPBSE Class 12th Admit card will appear on the screen.
- Download and print the admit card for future reference.
Candidates should check their MPBSE Class 12th Examination 2020 admit card thoroughly and in case of any error/discrepancies, candidates or students should inform the officials and request them for corrections.
Candidates, please do read the instructions given with the admit card and if in case any identity proof or other document is required along with the admit card please do carry it. No Candidates or students will be allowed to enter the examination hall without their hall ticket or admit card.
NEW DATE SHEET RELEASED:
After a long wait Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary education, MPBSE has finally released the new dates sheet for Class 12th board exams 2020 on its official website i.e mpbse.nic.in. students are requested to visit the official website to download the datesheet.
As per the latest notification released the candidates can change the allotted exam centers as per their convenience or if they are stuck in some other district. The change in exam center has already been started from 25th May 2020 and will continue until 28th May 2020. The candidates can apply for the change in the exam center by reporting it to their nearest location.
Students can change the exam centers only in inter-districts which means that exam centers will not be changed in the same district.
HOW TO CHANGE THE EXAM CENTRE:
- Official website
- Mobile App
Candidates can download the official board mobile app from the play store/app store and register on it for center change.
Candidates can visit the DEO office, Divisional board offices, or the coordinating offices.
CLASS 12TH DATESHEET:-
|DATE||MORNING SHIFT (9 AM-12 PM)||EVENING SHIFT (2 PM-5 PM)|
|9th June 2020||Higher Mathematics||Geography|
|10th June 2020||Book-Keeping and Accountancy||Crop Production and Horticulture|
|11th June 2020||Biology||Economics|
|12th June 2020||Business Economics||Animal Hus. Milk Trade, Poultry Farming & Fishery|
|13th June 2020||Political Science||i) Anatomy Physiology & Health
ii) Still life & Design
|15th June 2020||Chemistry||i) Element of Science
ii) History of Indian Arts
Earlier the exams were scheduled from 20th to 31st March 2020 but due to Coronavirus and national lockdown, all the exams were postponed.
GUIDELINES TO STUDENTS:
All candidates have to:
- Carry their own sanitizers but in a transparent bottle.
- Have to follow social distancing.
- Need to wear masks/cloth to cover the nose and mouth.
- Parents have to be sure their ward is not sick.
- Should read the instructions given on the admit card.