MP Board Result 2018: The Madhya Pradesh Secondary Education Board (MPBSE) has declared the 10th and 12th examination results. The MP Board Result 2018 have been declared on the board’s official website- mpbse.nic.in. Once the results are released on the official website, students may download their marksheets. Students are also advised to keep a tab on the MP Board’s official website- mpbse.nic.in for latest updates. (Latest Update: MP Board Result 2018 LIVE) Also Read - 6 Charged Under NSA Over Illicit Liquor Trade in Bhopal
The MP Board 10th examination commenced from March 5 and ended on March 31 while the 12th examination started from March 1 and ended on April 3. Just like last year, MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan will be declaring the results once it is released. Also Read - Curfew, Prohibitory Orders Imposed in Parts of Bhopal | Here's Why
How to check MP Board 10th, 12th Result 2018:
- Visit the MPBSE official website- mpbse.nic.in.
- Click on the MP Board Class 10 or Class 12 Result 2018.
- Enter your roll number and other details and click on submit.
- Download the result and take a printout for future purpose.
Nearly 20 lakh students appeared for both the 10th and 12th MP Board examination this year. Nearly 11.5 lakh students appeared for the class 10th examination. Both the 10th and 12th examination was held in a single shift, that is, from 9 am to 12 noon. For the first time, MP Board introduced a new system for disabled students in which they were given an hour extra for each of the exam held. The exams for the physically challenged students was conducted in between 1 pm to 4 pm. They were also given a time gap of three days in between two papers. Also Read - MP Shocker: 9 Men Rape 13-year-old Girl in Umaria, Horrifying Details Emerge
In 2017, the passing percentage for girls was more than that of boys in both high school and intermediate examinations.
Just like other boards, the MP board also took preventive measures to check mass copying and the use of other unfair means. A fine of Rs. 5000 along with three years of imprisonment was imposed on those found using unfair means.