Over 19 lakh candidates set to appear for MP Board exams
BHOPAL [Maha Media]: MADHYA Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) higher secondary and high school examinations are going commence from March 2 and 3 respectively.
The board has done all the preparations of the examinations.
Total 19,38,308 examinees would be appearing in the examinations. Keeping in view the bright future of these students, the board has arranged new facilities. This year, around 8,02,110 in the higher secondary examinations, where 6,882 will be appearing in the vocational course examinations, thus total 8,09,882 examinees will be appearing in the examinations.
In high school exam inations, around 11,29,316 examinees will be writing their exams. The higher secondary examinations will be held at 3,659 while high school at 3,936 exam centres. The examinations of higher secondary, high school regular and private candidates examinations will be held in the morning shift from 9 am to 12 pm.
While the high school, higher secondary divyang candidates examinations will be held in between of 1 pm to 4 pm.
This year, the board has identified 257 sensitive and 536 super sensitive examination centres, overall 793 such examination centres have been identified in the State. During the examination, Section 144 CR PC will be implemented at these centres for which the board has given in written to the district collector.