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MPBSE MP Board 10th Result declared 2020@ mpresults.nic.in HIGHLIGHTS: Check pass percentage, meet toppers

Around 8.93 lakh students appeared in the class 10 exam this year can check the result through the websites mpresults.nic.in, mpbse.nic.in, mpbse.mponline.gov.in

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 27, 2020 11:15:03 am
MP Board MPBSE 10th Result 2020 MP Board MPBSE 10th Result 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: Check result at mpresults.nic.in, mpbse.nic.in. Representational image/ designed by Gargi Singh 

MP Board MPBSE 10th Result 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) declared the result of class 10 exam. A total of 5.6 lakh (5,60,474) students cleared the class 10 exam successfully out of 8.93 lakh (8,93,336) appeared. As many as 62.84 per cent students have passed the exam this year, a slight rise from 61.32 per cent in 2019.

A total of 15 students have secured rank 1 with cent per cent marks. The toppers are- Abhinav Sharma (Bhind), Lakshyadeep Dhakad (Guna), Priyansh Raghuvanshi (Guna), Pawan Bhargawa (Guna), Chatur Kumar Tripathi (Panna).

READ | How to check Class 10th result 2020 

Around 3.42 lakh (3,42,390) students secured first division, 2,15,162 students passed with second division, and a total of 2,922 students got third division. The girls have outperformed boys with 65.87 per cent, the pass percentage of boys is 60.09 per cent.

MP Board 10th Result 2020 Live: Check here in Hindi

The students can check the results through the websites- mpresults.nic.in, mpbse.nic.in, mpbse.mponline.gov.in, and through app- MPBSE, MP Mobile, Fast Result. The students can check the result through the ‘download result link’ options on the websites. For that, they need to enter the registration number, roll number. Results will appear on the screen. Download it, and take a print out for further reference.

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MP Board MPBSE Class 10th result 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: Result announced at mpresults.nic.in, mpbse.nic.in, mpbse.mponline.gov.in, check updates 

10:33 (IST)05 Jul 2020
Check assessment scheme of pending papers

This year, marks are given out of 300 as not all exams could be conducted for MP Board class 10 students due to the coronavirus. For the exams which have not been held, students will be marked as ‘pass’ and no marks will be given

14:31 (IST)04 Jul 2020
Check the pass percentage of regular and open mode

Among overall pass percentage, only 42.01 per cent students cleared the MP Board class 10 exams in regular mode from Bhind while only 10.20 per cent of students who appeared for the MP Board class 10 exam in open mode could clear it. This is the lowest performance, district-wise.

14:17 (IST)04 Jul 2020
15 students secure rank 1

The top rank has been secured by 15 students this year — all of whom have obtained 300 out of 300 marks. Those who obtained rank two have got 299 out of 300. As many as five out of the 15 students in the top rank are from Bhind district.

14:00 (IST)04 Jul 2020
Govt schools perform better

The government schools have performed better than that of private schools. In Neemuch, 82.82 per cent students cleared exams from government-run and 72.93 per cent students cleared the MP Board class 10 exams from private schools.

13:54 (IST)04 Jul 2020
Pass percentage improves from last year

This year’s result is better than last year’s. As many as 62.84 per cent students have passed the exam. While this is a slight rise of 1.52 per cent from 61.32 per cent in 2019. This is a significant rise from the pass percentage of 49.86 per cent in 2017, however, the pass percentage was recorded at 66 per cent in 2018

13:48 (IST)04 Jul 2020
Meet the best performing districts

Neemuch has emerged as the best-performing district with 79.13 per cent students from the area clearing the exam in regular exams, however, only 22.40 per cent students passed from the district in private mode.

13:32 (IST)04 Jul 2020
CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan congratulates successful students

Congratulating the successful students, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said, "My dear children, today the MP Board exam result of 10th has come. Congratulations to all the children who have passed the exam! May your future be bright. Yoh have brighten the name of the parents and the state. My best wishes are with you."

"Heartiest congratulations to the toppers Abhinav Sharma of Bhind, Laxdeep Dhakad of Guna, Priyansh Raghuvanshi. You are successful in every test of life, my blessings are with you," CM tweeted.

13:08 (IST)04 Jul 2020
How many students failed

A total of 2.22 lakh (2,22,944) students could not clear the class 10 exam. Around 1.08 lakh (1,08,448) have to appear in the supplementary exams, while 8,091 students did not appear in exams

13:04 (IST)04 Jul 2020
How many students secured first division

A total of 3.42 lakh (3,42,390) students secured first division, 2,15,162 students passed with second division, and a total of 2,922 students got third division

12:58 (IST)04 Jul 2020
5.6 lakh passed 10th exam

A total of 5.6 lakh (5,60,474) students cleared the class 10 exam successfully out of 8.93 lakh (8,93,336) appeared. The pass percentage touched at 62.84 per cent

12:52 (IST)04 Jul 2020
How to check 10th result

The students can check the result through the ‘download result link’ options on the websites. For that, they need to enter the registration number, roll number. Results will appear on the screen. Download it, and take a print out for further reference.

12:51 (IST)04 Jul 2020
10th result available now online

The students can check the result now through the websites- mpresults.nic.in, mpbse.nic.in, mpbse.mponline.gov.in, and through app- MPBSE, MP Mobile, Fast Result

12:36 (IST)04 Jul 2020
Girls outperform boys

A total of 65.87 per cent girls cleared the exam successfully, while the pass percentage of boys is 60.09 per cent 

12:31 (IST)04 Jul 2020
Meet the toppers

A total of 15 students have secured rank 1 with 100 per cent marks. The toppers are- Abhinav Sharma (Bhind), Lakshyadeep Dhakad (Guna), Priyansh Raghuvanshi (Guna), Pawan Bhargawa (Guna), Chatur Kumar Tripathi (Panna)

12:19 (IST)04 Jul 2020
62.84% clear class 10 exam

A total of 62.84 per cent students cleared the class 10 exam succeessfully. The pass percentage improved from the last year, which was 61.32 per cent

12:05 (IST)04 Jul 2020
Class 10 result declared

The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) declared the result of class 10 exam. Around 11.5 lakh students appeared in the class 10 exam this year. The students can check the results through the websites- mpresults.nic.in, mpbse.nic.in, mpbse.mponline.gov.in, and through app- MPBSE, MP Mobile, Fast Result

12:00 (IST)04 Jul 2020
Documents needed to check class 10th result

To check MP Board class 10 result one needs to keep their hall tickets or MPBSE HSC admit cards ready. Students will be able to check the result by roll number mentioned in the admit card.

11:56 (IST)04 Jul 2020
Pass percentage likely to go high

The pass percentage is likely to go high this year. Last year, a total of 61.32 per cent students cleared the secondary exam

11:41 (IST)04 Jul 2020
Who is eligible for compartment?

In case a class 10 student fails in two or a class 12 student fails in one subject; they will be eligible to appear for a supplementary exam beyond which one will beconsidered fail.

11:35 (IST)04 Jul 2020
MP Board class 10 result on best 5 policy

The result of Class 10th board examination will be declared as per the favourite five policy. Out of six subjects, the best percentage will be taken into account of five subjects for calculating the passing marks. In case a student fails in one subject, he/she will still be promoted to the next class.

MP Board MPBSE 10th Result 2020 MP Board MPBSE 10th Result 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: Check result at mpresults.nic.in, mpbse.nic.in. Representational image/ designed by Gargi Singh

MPBSE Class 10th result 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: The candidates need to secure atleast 33 per cent marks to be deemed passed. Last year, a total of 61.32 per cent students cleared the secondary exam, while 72.37 per cent were successful in higher secondary.

The candidates with 60 per cent marks will be awarded first division, for second division students need 45 per cent and above marks. In the third division, students with minimum 33 per cent marks and above are considered