The much-awaited MP Board Class 10th Result 2021 will be announced by the MPBSE on its official portal as provided by the board. According to the latest tweet by the Twitter handle of the board, the result is expected to be announced by 4 PM on July 14, 2021. This decision came after the Supreme Court ordered all the state boards to complete the evaluation process and declare the board exam result by July 31, 2021.
Although the Class 10th exam scheduled from 30th April has been cancelled by the concerned board the Education Ministry has devised evaluation criteria for the candidates. This implies that around 11 lakh students who have registered themselves for the examination will be promoted to Class 11th on the basis of the internal assessment.
Accessing the MP Board Class 10th Result is a really easy task and the candidates willing to know their result can check the same. First, visit the official website of the MP Board, mpbse. nic.in. Thereafter search for the link of MP Board Class 10th Result. Post this, the candidate will be redirected to a new page wherein they have to enter their Roll/Registration Number along with the password and captcha code. On the next page, the candidate will find their Result along with the marks scored on each paper.
In the end, the candidates can cross-check each detail and save a copy of the same or if they are not satisfied they can file for a revaluation. The candidates can also check their results on the official mobile app of the MPBSE board named MPBSE Mobile App. This is an easy-to-use app released by the officials to make the whole process of checking results easy.
As per the previous year data, a total of approx 11,00,000 appeared for the MP Board Class 10th exam out of which around 5,60,475 students. The aggregate pass percentage for the 2020-21 session was 62.84% among which 60% pass percentage was for boys while 65.80% pass percentage was for the Girls students.
After the government took the decision to cancel the Board exam it came up with evaluation criteria. The evaluation criteria were based on a 50:30:20 ratio out of which 50% weightage will be given to the half-yearly exam conducted by the school, 30% weightage will be given to the Unit Test and the rest 20% weightage is for the Internal Assessment.