Sample: MP Board Covid-1 pandemic epidemic 16,15,411 students in classes 10 and 12 after the cancellation of the exam with a 100% result announcement, those who are not satisfied with the results can appear for the offline exam which is about to begin Since September 6, only 14,574 students, including 471 from the state capital, have applied for the exam.
According to the schedule, special examinations will be held for regular and irregular students. Class 10 exams will be held from 6 to 15 September and 12th class exams will be held from 6 to 21 September.
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According to MPBSE officials, 9005 high school and 5569 high school students showed interest in taking part in the exam.
“In Bhopal, only 471 students, including 175 from higher secondary, have so far dared to take part in the offline exams. Students can also apply till the exams start with a late fee of Rs 10,000. I don’t think any student would prefer with a late fee of Rs 10,000. You have to apply now.
This year, the MP Board has announced the results of 15,70,227 regular students of Class X and Class XII.
After the second wave of Kovid-1 of hit the country, the Madhya Pradesh government canceled the Class X and XII examinations. The board later announced the results without examination. The results were prepared on the basis of the marks obtained in the half-yearly examinations and pre-board, unit examinations and internal assessments for regular students of class X and XII.
Students who did not take this test passed and were given 33% marks. “Students who were dissatisfied with their results have been given the opportunity to sit for the re-examination. That is why the examination is being held,” officials said.
According to the MPBSE timetable, both exams will be held from morning to noon; Both tests will be held simultaneously. Students participating in the exam will be able to collect their tickets online from September 1.
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