MPBSE Results 2018: The wait is finally over for the MP Board students who have appeared for the MPBSE Class 10 and 12 examinations 2018 as the Madhya Pradesh Board for Secondary Education (MPBSE) has announced the board examination results today. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan made the formal declaration of the MPBSE Results 2018. This year, the announcement of the MPBSE Results 2018 has sealed the fate of over 19 lakh students who have appeared for the examination. Now, that the MP Board Class 10th, 12th Result 2018 are live, the candidates can check the scorecards on the official website of the board i.e. mpbse.nic.in. This year, 11,48,098 candidates from Class 10 and 7,65,358 candidates class 12 had appeared for the examination.
MP Board’s Public Relation Officer Suresh Kumar Chourasia had earlier said, “The results for both Class 10 and 12 examinations of MPBSE will be declared in the last week of May. Results for high school and intermediate would be declared on the same day.” This year, the declaration of the results will seal the fate of around 20,00,000 students who have appeared for both the Madhya Pradesh High School and Intermediate Examinations. With lakhs of students checking their results online on the official website, there are probable chances that the site might face some technical errors. If such situation arises this year, we request the candidates not to panic and wait for the official website to resume or alternatively they can also visit mp10.jagranjosh.com / mp12.jagranjosh.com where the results will be served.
We here at Jagran Josh understand the amount of pressure and anxiety a candidate undergo during result hours. Keeping the convenience of the students in mind, we have kept the result checking process extremely simple and easy. In order to get access of the MPBSE Class 10 and Class 12 Results 2018, the candidate will first have to visit mp10.jagranjosh.com / mp12.jagranjosh.com, and then the students will have to fill all the required details. Soon after pressing the ‘submit’ button, the scorecards will appear on the screen. The candidates must note that the board will not issue the original marksheet soon after the official declaration of the results. Therefore, it is extremely important for the candidates to save the PDF copy of the mark sheet and take printout of the same for future references.
The MPBSE Class 12 examinations commenced on March 1 and concluded on Apri 3 and Class 10 examinations held from March 5th to March 31st. This year, the MP Board had introduced a new system for disabled students. An hour extra was alloted for each exam conducted and a time gap of at least three days between two papers was given to these students.