The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBOSE) has announced the results for the class 10 and 12 board exams. This year, class 10 results recorded a lower pass percentage which stands at 59.54%. However, the class 12 results saw a comparatively higher pass percentage at 72.72%. Students who have failed to qualify for the board examinations will be able to save their year through the ‘Ruk Jana Nahi’ yojana or scheme. This scheme has been in place since 2016.
What is this scheme about?
As per media reports, around 4.75 lakh students have failed to qualify for the class 10 and 12 board exams this year. Out of this, 3.50 lakh students are from class 10 while 1.20 lakh students are from class 12. However, under the governance of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, these students will be given another chance to pass the board exams via the Ruk Jana Nahi Yojana.
As per the scheme, students who have failed two or more subjects in the MP board exams 2022 can reappear for the exam.
Class 12 examinations under this scheme will be held on June 20, 2022 and the students qualifying for the exam can fill out the forms online on the official website – mpsos.nic.in. The results are expected to be announced in the last week of July 2022. This scheme primarily allows students to save a year and appear for the examination again. The exam will be held for all subjects. Students after qualifying for the exam can continue their studies in the next class without losing a year. It was launched by the Madhya Pradesh government, School Education Department in 2016.
In case the student fails to qualify for the examination that is set to be held in June 2022; then they can appear for the exam once again in December 2022. As a result of the implementation of this yojana, more than 08 lakh students have benefitted. Students who are dissatisfied with their results, then they can get in touch with the counsellors via the helpline number 1800 233 0175.
Last Date and Fees
The Ruk Jana Nahi Yojana (RJNY) 2022 exam application form has been released and can be filled up to May 15, 2022, via the official website – mpsos.nic.in. Also, the fee structure varies depending on the class and the number of subjects that the student wants to appear in the exam. One can take a look at the same from the table below.
|Subject||High School||BPL Card Holder|
|Higher Secondary||BPL Card Holder|
|1 subject||Rs 605||Rs 415||Rs 730||Rs 500|
|2 subjects||Rs 1210||Rs 835||Rs 1460||Rs 960|
|3 subjects||Rs 1500||Rs 1010||Rs 1710||Rs 1110|
|4 subjects||Rs 1760||Rs 1160||Rs 1960||Rs 1260|
|5 subjects||Rs 2010||Rs 1310||Rs 2210||Rs 1410|
|6 subjects||Rs 2060||Rs 1360||–||–|