Updated: July 30, 2016 1:45:44 pm
The results of the Madhya Pradesh Open School Education Board Class 12 Ruk Jana Nahi results have been declared. Students awaiting their results can download the same from the official website of the Board. The exam was conducted in June this year.
Under the ‘Ruk Jana Nahi’ initiative, candidates who wished to continue their studies but could not due to personal reasons can now pass their Class 12 level examinations with this scheme. The MP SOS has study centres located in all districts of the state. Candidates can also register online for this examination. This flexible scheme gives students as many as 9 consecutive tries to clear a particular paper. The candidates have to pass all 5 subjects they have registered for in order to obtain the certificate of passing from the Board.
Steps to download the MP Ruk Jana Nahi Class 12 results 2016:According to the website, the rest of the results are being worked upon and shall soon be released. Candidates are advised to keep checking the website from time to time to know their result.
Log on to the official website of the Board, mpsos.nic.in
Go to your result link
A new page will open where you will have to enter your roll number or open school roll number
Your result will be available when you click on ‘Login’ after entering your details or press ‘Enter’
Save a copy of the result to your computer and take a print for future use
All those candidates who have not passing in these MPSOS Ruk Jana Nahi Class 12 results 2016 will have another chance to pass the exam. They can take the test again for the same subject. These students can fill their re-examination forms through MP Online. The exam will be held in September, 2016.
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