Madhya Pradesh State Open School Education Board (MPSOS) has declared the results of Ruk Jana Nahi 10th class examination in the month of June 2017. The results of MPSOS Ruk Jana Nahi 10th & 12th Results have been available at official website mpsos.nic.in  The exam is conducted by Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education examinations for students who failed to clear the exam in the first attempt. Also Read - MP Board Class 10 Board Exam Result 2017 declared: Check MPBSE District Wise Merit List now at mpresults.nic.in

For checking the MPSOS Ruk Jana Nahi 10th & 12th Results 2017, the students will need to login to the official website. After which they would need to click on MP Board Ruk Jana Nahi Class 10 & 12 Results 2017. They  would need to rnter all the required details and submit the details. Once the results appear on the screen they would need to download/ take a printout for further reference. Also read: mpbse.nic.in MP Board 10th Results 2017 Declared at mpresults.nic.in: Check alternate results on links provided now Also Read - MP Board 10th Result 2017 declared today at 10:30 am, Check MPBSE 12th, 10th results at mpbse.nic.in, mpresults.nic.in

The Madhya Pradesh State Open School Education Board conducts three board examinations the Middle School Exam for Standard VIII, High School Certificate Examination for standard X and the Higher Secondary (School) Certificate(HSC) Exam for standard XII, which is a school-leaving examination. It is important to note that the MPBSE prescribes the syllabus, for students from Standard IX to Standard XII, for schools affiliated with it & exams whose scores are necessary to gain admission in higher study institutes. Also Read: MP Board Class 10 Board Exam Result 2017 declared: Check MPBSE District Wise Merit List now at mpresults.nic.in Also Read - MPBSE HSC 10th, HSSC 12th Results 2017 today @mpbse.nic.in, updates at 10:00 am

The Madhya Pradesh State Open School Education Board also conducts the examination which include several subjects like Sanskrit, Urdu, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Telugu, Tamil, Punjabi, Sindhi, Malayalam, Persian, Arabic, French, Russian, Kannada or Oriya can be chosen as a language subject in addition to the compulsory Hindi and English languages.