MP Board Result 2018: The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) will be declaring the class 10 and class 12 results today at 10:30 am. The MP Board Result 2018 for class 10 and 12 will be released on the Board’s official website- Students who have had appeared for the class 10 and class 12 examination, they may check their results at Alternatively, they may check Also Read - 15-Year-Old Girls Can Procreate, So Why Raise Age For Marriage, Says MP Congress MLA; NCPCR Issues Notice

The MP Board High School Certificate (HSC) examination or the class 10 exam 2018 and the MP High Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) examination or the class 12 exam 2018 was held in the month of March. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is likely to announce the MP Board Result 2018 of both class 10 and class 12 examination. Students are advised to keep their relevant details by their side so that it is easier for them to check the result once it is released. Also Read - Won't Get Vaccinated Now, Focus Should be on Priority Groups: Madhya Pradesh CM Chouhan

Know how to check MP Board 10th, 12th Result 2018 at

Step 1: Go to the MP Board official website- Also Read - 10 Years of Jail With Rs 50,000 Fine: After UP, Madhya Pradesh Cabinet Passes Anti-Conversion Bill

Step 2: On the home page, click on the link MPBSE 10th Result 2018 or MPBSE 12th Result 2018.

Step 3: Enter the required details and submit.

Step 4: Download your result.

Step 5: Take a print out and keep it for future use.

Apart from checking the official website and, students may check their results on their cell phones. SMS — MPBSE10<space>ROLLNUMBER — and send it to 56263 and MPBSE12<space>ROLLNUMBER to 56263. At least 20 lakh students appeared in the MP board exams this year with approximately eight lakh students appearing in the Class 10 board examinations 2018.

Last year, the overall pass percentage for class 10 board exam was 49.86 per cent. Meanwhile, the pass percentage for girls was recorded at 51.43 per cent and for boys it was recorded at 48.53 per cent.