MPBSE to upload admit cards for spl exam on Sept 1

MPBSE to upload admit cards for spl exam on Sept 1

BHOPAL [Maha Media]: Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has released detailed schedule of high school and higher secondary special examination to begin from September 6. Admit card of applicants will be available on MPonline from September 1. There are around 14,000 registered for this special offline exam. According to information shared by MPBSE, there 9,000 students from district Morena, Bhind, Satna and 4,000 students are from Gwalior for writing class X exams. 

Besides, 700 students from Bhopal and Indore are registered to appear the special exam. The board said there were more than 10 lakh students in class X and 7 lakh students in class XII. For class 12 special exam highest applications has been received from Bhind and Indore as 600 and remaining 5 thousand applicants are from across State. Special exam for class X and XII private and regular students will begin from September 6. Class X exam will conclude on September 15 and class XII exam will conclude on September 21. 

Both exams are being conducted in single shift 9 am to 12 noon. Students can download their admit card from portal on September 1. After releasing result for both high school and higher secondary classes MPBSE said to conduct special offline exam for students who are not satisfied with the evaluation. 

Previous result of all these registered candidates is cancelled as they will be receiving new mark sheet based on the marks scored in special exam. Board said, if any student fails in the special offline exam, he will be eligible for supplementary exam as per rules. 

There were 10 lakh students appeared for class X exam out of which 3.56 lakh students were passed in first division, 3.97 lakh were passed in second division and around 15 thousand students were passed in third division. Result of class XII remained 100 per cent but 52 percent students were passed in first division and 40 per cent passed in second division. 

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