Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) is all set to announce the Madhya Pradesh Board Class 10 results today, July 14, 2021, at 4:00 pm. Results shall be declared for Class 10 students for the academic year 2020-21. The results will be declared on the state board’s official website mpbse.nic.in. For the convenience of students, results shall also be on 6 other websites, some owned by the board itself and others owned by private organisations. This year, board authorities have curated the Class 10 results for approximately 11 lakh students based on the best of five subjects.
Apart from mpresults.nic.in, the Class 10 state board results shall also be published on mpbse.mponline.gov.in and mpbose.nic.in. Both are owned and operated by the Madhya Pradesh board. Apart from this, candidates can also view their results on Jagran Prakashan Ltd.’s website jagranjosh.com. Results shall also be published on aajtak.in and indiatoday.in, both owned and operated by the India Today group.
To avoid any technical glitches and inconvenience to students during result declaration. MP Class 10 board exam results will also be announced on news18.com as well as hindi.news18.com. Candidates can also view their Class 10 results on the website livehindustan.com. This website is owned and controlled by H.T. Digital Streams Limited.
Here is the complete list of all the websites
aajtak.in & indiatoday.in
news18.com & hindi.news18.com
Apart from official websites, the MPBSE has also launched their official application. The “MPBSE MOBILE” Application is available on Google Play Store for candidates to download. After downloading the app, candidates must click on the “Know Your Result” option. They are required to enter their roll number before clicking on the ‘submit’ option. It is always wise for candidates to either download their result sheet or take a printout of the same for future use. In case of using a mobile app, candidates can take screenshots of their results for future reference.
This year, the Class 10 board exams were cancelled in the state due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They were scheduled to begin on April 10, 2021, but were indefinitely postponed due to the pandemic. Later on, the state government decided to cancel the theory and practical exams as the situation continued to worsen in the state. Class 10 students would then, be assessed based on alternate criteria.
In the absence of full-fledged final exams, students have been assessed on the basis of their performance in school projects and various internal assessments. These were conducted by the respective schools during the academic year 2020-21. SK Chaurasiya, MPBSE’s Public Relations Officer stated that all students who had registered for Class 10 exams this year shall be promoted to Class 11. No student will be deliberately failed by the board authorities.