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MPBSE HSC Class 10 results 2017, MPBSE HSSC Class 12 results 2017 to be declared at mpbse.nic.in

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MPBSE HSC Class 10 results 2017, MPBSE HSSC Class 12 results 2017: Madhya Pradesh High School and Higher Secondary results will be declared on May 12 at 9.30 am

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, : Madhya Pradesh High School and Higher Secondary results will be declared today (May 12) at 9.30 am. “M. P. High School and Higher Secondary Result 2017 will be declared on 12/05/2017 at 09:30 AM” said a notification on the government website. Once announced, the result be available at mpbse.nic.in.

These examination were held between March 2 – March 30. Although there is no official data available on how many students have appeared for Class 12 and Class 10 examination in 2017 but every years more than 5-7 lakh students appear for these examinations. Last year, 7,70,884 students had appeared for the MP board's higher secondary school (HSS) examination. For the first time last year, MPBSE class 12 pass percentage saw an increase after 4 years. The pass percentage had never gone above 65% since 2011. Last year, about 2.05 lakh students were able to score 60 percent and above.

MPBSE have been marred in the past by charges of mass copying. To ensure free, fair and smooth examination, this year board took measures to minimise such practices. It made elaborate arrangements to prevent paper leak and use of unfair means by students at the exam centres.

Major activities of the examinations were video recorded. Distribution of paper and sealing of the answer sheets were recorded on video and more police personnel were deployed across the state to conduct the exam. Still the class XII chemistry question paper was leaked as per the report. On earlier occasion's class X papers of English, Hindi, Mathematics, and Science, too, were leaked.

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Board of Secondary Education, Madhya Pradesh was established in the year 1965 under legislative council. It is headquartered in Bhopal. The Board conducts secondary and higher secondary examination every year for the students of Madhya Pradesh. Results of the Madhya Pradesh Board class 10 examination are generally declared in the Month of May.

How to check MPBSE HSC Class 10 results 2017, MPBSE HSSC Class 12 results 2017

  1. Go to mpbse.nic.in or mpresults.nic.in

  2. Click on the MPBSE Board 10th Result 2017

  3. Enter your Roll number, Exam details and submit

  4. MPBSE HSC Class 10 results 2017, MPBSE HSSC Class 12 results 2017 will be displayed

  5. Take a print or digitise your results by saving to your email account or mobile phone for easy and quick references.

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