MP Board Exam 2021: School Education Department, MP has issued a necessary notice for students of 10th and 12th.
MP Board 10th, 12th Exam 2021: Due to the steady increase in COVID-19 cases, the Government of Madhya Pradesh had recently decided to postpone the Class 10 and Class 12 board examinations. School Education Department, MP has tweeted an important notice on Monday night. School Education Department, MP tweeted and wrote, “Different options are being considered in relation to the 10th / 12th examinations conducted by the Board of Secondary Education. The decision will be conveyed soon. “
Various options are being considered in relation to the 10th / 12th examinations conducted by the Board of Secondary Education. The decision will be conveyed soon. pic.twitter.com/urqT1Yr3i2
— School Education Department, MP (@schooledump) April 26, 2021
The department wrote in its notice, “The High School / Higher Secondary / Higher Secondary Vocational / Diploma in Pre-School Education / Physical Examination paper examinations conducted by the Board of Secondary Education were scheduled to begin on April 30, 2021 and May 1, 2021. The said examinations were postponed for 1 month. In the sequence of the above, it is informed that various options are being considered in relation to the Mandal’s High School Examination. The decision regarding class 10 / 12th examinations will be conveyed soon after taking a decision. ”
Class 9th and 11th examinations canceled
Earlier, Madhya Pradesh had decided to cancel the 9th and 11th examinations. These students will be passed on the basis of internal assessment. A notice was also issued by the department in this regard, which said that the result of the examination will be released on 30 April on the basis of half-yearly examination.
Results of class 9th and 11th will be calculated on the basis of best-5 subjects. If a student is a pass in 5 out of six subjects and if he has not scored a minimum of 33 marks in any one subject, he will still be declared a pass. On the other hand, students who are not able to get minimum marks in more than one subject, they will be given a maximum of 10 grace marks. The government has taken this decision keeping in mind the corona virus epidemic.
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