Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has declared class 10th exam results 2020 on July 04, 2020 at 12 noon. It can be checked online at mpbse.nic.in and mpresults.nic.in. This year, a total of 893336 students appeared for the class 10th examination, out of which 560474 students passed the exam.
This year, the pass percentage stood at 62.84% which has increased by 1.25% from last year by which 61.32% of students had passed. Girls outshined boys this year for UP board 10th exam. The pass percentage for Girls is 65.87% whereas for boys it is 60.09%.
A total of 427845 girls registered, out of which 425048 appeared and 279571 passed. However, 473582 boys registered, out of which 468288 boys appeared and 280903 passed.
There are a total of 342390 students in Ist division, 215162 in IInd division and 2922 in IIIrd division. A total of 15 students have secured 1st position in the MP board top 10 merit list by obtaining marks 300 out of 300. A total of 22 students have bagged third rank by scoring 99.67% whereas only two students have secured 2nd rank by scoring 99.75%.
Abhinav Sharma, Lakshdeep Dhakad, Priyanshu raghuvanshi, Pawan Bhargava, Chatur Kumar Tripathi, Hariom Patidar, Rajnandini Saxena, Siddharth Singh Shekhawat, Harsh Pratap singh, Kavita Lodhi, Muskan Malviya have scored 100% in MP board 10th exam 2020.
Sonam Patel and Sandhya Thakur scored 99.75% marks in class 10th exam and bagged second position.
To check MP Board 10th result 2020, students will need to visit the official website of MP Board. On the homepage of the website, click on the relevant link for checking the result. Next, the students will need to login by entering their roll number and application number. Then, click on the ‘submit’ button after which the result will appear on the screen.
For this year, the students shall be marked as per the best of 3 papers in which they appeared. In other words, for calculating the marks of the cancelled papers, the highest marks in 3 papers shall be taken into account. This has been done because the examination process for MP Board Class 10th could not get completed due to the lockdown imposed in the whole country because of the alarming number of COVID-19 cases.