The Madhya Pradesh Board has started the evaluation of the answer scripts of the class 10th and 12th students from March 6, 2022. The result of the same is expected to be released by April or May 2022. A total of 18 lakh students have appeared for the class 10 and 12 board exams 2022. The first round of paper evaluation deals with the answer scripts of examinations conducted till February 28. The second round of evaluation is set to begin on March 15, 2022. As per reports published by local dailies in Madhya Pradesh, around 1200 copies of answer scripts have been evaluated on the first day of checking.
Wrong Questions and Bonus Marks
During the evaluation on the first day, teachers found language errors in as many as 6 board exam papers, as per a report by India Today. According to reports, most of the errors were found in the Class 10 Mathematics Question Paper. Question 1 (1), Question 2 (4) and (5), Question 4 (1) and (2) were found to be incorrect as per the teachers who evaluated the paper. The MP board after being notified about the same has decided to award bonus marks to students who attended these questions.
The message to award bonus marks has been shared with all the evaluation centers. Apart from the Class 10 Mathematics question paper, 5 other subjects also had errors in them. Thus, students will get bonus marks for all the papers discovered with errors or mistakes.
MP Board Exam Results 2022
The results of Class 10 and Class 12 board examinations are likely to be released by the end of April or the start of May. The results will be announced through the official website of the MP Board and students who appeared in the examination should keep an eye on the official website to be notified about any updates on the result declaration.
According to the marking scheme of the Madhya Pradesh School Education Department, 80 marks will be awarded for the theory paper and 20 marks will be given for practical or project work accounting for a total of 100 marks. The students should score 33% of the total marks ( 25 for theory and 8 for practical or project) to be declared as passed in the board examinations.