New Delhi, 29 June 2021 – Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has announced its evaluation criteria for Classes 10 and 12. According to this newly announced evaluation criteria, students of Class 12 will be assessed based on the performance/marks obtained in the best of five subjects in the Class 10 board examination. Class 10 students, on the other hand, will be evaluated as per 50:20:30 criteria based on the marks obtained in Class 10 pre-boards, internal assessments, and unit tests respectively.
Students must note that an official statement was released by the MP board, which highlighted that all students, who had earlier registered for their board exams, will be promoted using this method this year.
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MP Board 12th Result 2021 – Evaluation Criteria Approved by CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan
On Monday, 28th June 2021, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister (CM) Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced via his Twitter handle, “The marks of class 12 will be determined on the best of five marks obtained in various subjects of Class 10. If the students want corrections in their results, they can sit for the exam.”
सीएम श्री @ChouhanShivraj ने कहा है कि कक्षा 12वीं के अंकों का निर्धारण कक्षा 10वीं के विभिन्न विषयों में प्राप्त अंकों को बेस्ट ऑफ फाइव के आधार पर किया जाए। विद्यार्थी परिणाम सुधारना चाहते हैं तो वे परीक्षा देकर परिणाम सुधार सकते हैं। प्रदेश में एक जुलाई से स्कूल नहीं खुलेंगे। pic.twitter.com/m4aPEghNM4
— School Education Department, MP (@schooledump) June 28, 2021
Although no further information on the exact exam date has been released regarding the offline examination (special exam) after the Class 12 result declaration, the board assured to release more details in due time.
Earlier on 2nd June 2021, the Madhya Pradesh Board had decided to cancel the MP Class 12 Board examination 2021 because of the rising number of coronavirus cases across the state. Seeing the persistent situation, Chouhan shared in his tweet that schools will not open in the state from 1st July 2021.
The official notification is also available on the website of the MPBSE at www.mpbse.nic.in.
MP Board Class 12 Special Exam
- Along with the announcement of the marking scheme and assessment policy for Class 12, the School Education Department notified that MPBSE will conduct the special examination at a later date.
- This special exam will be held only for those students unsatisfied with their Class 12 results declared for them as per the assessment scheme.
- Those students will be given another chance to improve their scores through regular offline examinations, which will be conducted later on once the situation becomes conducive.
MP Board 10th Result 2021 – Evaluation Criteria
As per the official statement, the marks of Class 10 students will be evaluated based on mid-term exams or pre-boards, unit tests, and internal assessments. The assessment will be formulated on a 50:20:30 ratio, which will include:
- 50% weightage of pre-board exam (Class 10)
- 20% weightage from the internal assessment (Class 10)
- 30% weightage from unit tests (Class 10)
Note: Past performance of students in school will also be considered while calculating the MP board 10th result.
MP Board Class 12 – Result Release Date
Last week (17th June 2021), the Supreme Court of India had directed all the states to formulate their own evaluation criteria for Class 12 students and submit the final draft within 10 days. Furthermore, SC also ordered all the state education boards to announce their results by 31st July 2021. Although the MP board has not announced the Class 12 result date, it is expected that the MPBSE will also release the result by July 31 alongside other state boards, ICSE and CBSE.
CM Chouhan on Opening of Schools in Madhya Pradesh
Earlier, schools in Madhya Pradesh were scheduled to open on 1st July 2021, right after summer vacations. However, the Chief Minister of MP announced that the schools will now open at a later date only after consultation with the Centre, other states, and experts.
Chairing a meeting on the recommendations of ministers to prepare strategies to fight COVID-19, Shivraj Singh Chouhan stated that studies of students will not get hampered even if schools do not open from 1st July. Their studies will continue through online mode and television broadcasts.
— School Education Department, MP (@schooledump) June 29, 2021