The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) today conducted the MP Board Class 12 Physics paper. Physics was one among the six papers scheduled to be held today. The exam was conducted in various centers across the state. The paper was for a duration of 3 hours and took place between 10 am to 1 pm. The syllabus of the Physics paper was reduced by approximately 30% owing to Covid-19 lockdowns and academic losses due to the same. Moreover, the theory paper consisted of 70 marks in total, and 30 marks were given via the practical/viva assessment.
MP Board Class 12 Physics Answer Key
At this instance, there is no information regarding the MP Board Class 12 Physics official answer keys. The board will release the solution of the paper only upon the conclusion of all the exams. However, the students are often eager to learn if they scored the required marks in the exam. Various educators and teachers have released the answer key with solutions to the question paper. Students can check the following links from the table below to check the Physics answer keys.
|Released By||Answer Key|
|MP BOARD ENGLISH MEDIUM||Click here|
|The Meritorious||Click here|
|Himalay Sir||Click here|
|Learn Club PCM Classes||Click here|
|Zenith EDUCATION||Click here|
The paper which was of 70 marks was divided into objective and subjective sections. The objective questions had a weightage of 28 marks and the remaining 42 marks for subjective questions. The important topics from unit IV – Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current and Unit V Optics together contributed to a total of 23 marks. Electromagnetic Waves, Dual Nature of Matter, Communication Systems from units V, IV, and IV respectively had the least weightage of 4 marks each. The distribution among other topics was Electrostatics – 7marks, Current Electricity- 8 marks, Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism – 6 marks, Atoms & Nuclei – 6 marks, and Electronic Devices – 8 marks. The students require a minimum of 33 marks to clear the examination.
The exam was conducted in observance of all COVID protocols mandated by the state government. Thermal checking was conducted for all students appearing for the exam. Isolation centers were provided for those who exhibited any Covid related symptoms in order to ensure the safety of other students