MP Board Exam 2023 – Students to Get Bonus Marks in 6 Subjects

New Delhi, 8 March 2022 – The Madhya Pradesh board exams 2022 have finished and paper evaluation has begun. On the first day, nearly 1200 copies were checked by 100 teachers and it was discovered that six papers of the board exam had language errors. With the errors in mind, the board officials have now decided to give bonus marks to each student for these six papers.Β 

Note: This year, 30,000 teachers would be checking around 1 crore copies of 10 lakh MP board students belonging to Class 10 and 12.

MP Board Exam 2022 – Errors in Questions

In the first round of the evaluation, answer sheets of exams held till February 28 will be checked. During the first day, errors were discovered in the MP board exam papers, especially in the Class 10 Mathematics question paper.

In the Mathematics paper, Question 1 (i), Question 2 (iv) and (v), and Question 4 (i) and (ii) were wrong in the paper. Due to this, students will be awarded bonus marks for the Mathematics paper among the other six papers that have errors.

The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has reached this decision for the benefit of the students. To keep the evaluation process transparent, it has informed all evaluation centres about the errors in question papers and has instructed all evaluators to give bonus marks to students.Β 

Note: The second round of MP board exam 2022 paper evaluation will begin from March 15, 2022.

MP Board Exam 2022 – Major Details

  • Students need to visit the official website – – for all updates regarding the MP board exam 2022, including the exam results.Β 
  • According to the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE), the MP board Class 10 and 12 students will be evaluated in both theory and practical exams.
  • A total of 80 marks are allotted to theory subjects and 20 marks are given to practical exams and project works.

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