Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has released the date sheet of Class 5 and Class 8 annual examination on its official website mpbse.nic.in, today on February 22, 2022. The examination of Class 5 is scheduled to be conducted on 6 days starting from April 01, 2022, and will conclude on April 08, 2022. The Class 8 exams will also start from April 01 but will conclude only by April 09, 2022. The annual assessment examination will be of a duration 0f 2 hours and 30 minutes and will begin at 9:00 am in the morning and continue till 11:30 am. The result is most likely to be published on April 22, 2022.
MP Board Class 5th Time Table
Students who are writing the class 5th exam of the MP Board can access the timetable from the table given below.
|1||Friday||April 1||First Language|
|2||Monday||April 4||Basic Hindi|
|3||Tuesday||April 5||Second Language|
|5||Thursday||April 7||Extra Subject|
|6||Friday||April 8||Environmental Science|
The First Language can be Hindi, English, or Marathi and the extra subject can be Urdu or Marathi. The detailed timetable has been tweeted by the official handle of the School Education Department, Madhya Pradesh, as seen in the image below.
MP Board Class 8 Time Table
The Class 8 timetable is given below for the students appearing in the examination:
The date sheet was tweeted from the official handle of the School Education Department, Madhya Pradesh.
The students and their parents should keep an eye on the official website of the MP board for any updates regarding the examination. In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the exams are going to be conducted offline in strict observance of all COVID guidelines and protocols issued by the government of Madhya Pradesh.
For further details on MP Board Class 5 & 8 exam date sheet – click here!
The students have been given enough time to prepare for the exam as the timetable is released more than one month prior to the conduct of the examination. The schools and the teachers are advised to help the students prepare well by conducting revision tests and doubt clearing sessions as there have been issues pertaining to the loss of classes due to covid in the country.