MP Board 10th result 2022 expected this week; Here is the list of websites to check scores

Council MP 10th result: The results of the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education, or MPBSE, are expected to be published this week on the official websites of the Madhya Pradesh Education Board – results.nic.in. MP Board results will be for students who sat for class 10 exams. So far, there has been no official confirmation regarding the declaration of the result, but there is a good chance that the result will be declared this week. Notably, this year, Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education will also release the list of best as it was not released last year as the result was based on internal assessment. As many as 18 lakh students took part in the Madhya Pradesh Class 10 and 12 exams this year.

The paper assessment process is complete, and now the board is preparing to announce the results for grades 10 and 12. “The assessment process is complete. We are working on preparing and announcing the results for the Madhya Pradesh classes 10 and 12 Examination results for 10th and 12th class will be announced in the last week of April,” said Balwant Verma, the controller.

Here are lists of websites that can be used to check the 10th result of the MP Board

  • mpresults.nic.in
  • mpbse.nic.in
  • results.gov.in

MP board matrix result; Here’s how to download

  • STEP 1: Open mpresults.nic.in or mpbse.nic.in.
  • Step 2: Next, click on “High School” or “mresults”. nice. in
  • Step 3: After that, enter your name or registration number along with your date of birth to continue.
  • Step 4: To view your MPBSE High School 2022 results, click on the Tp submit button.
  • Step 5: On the next page you can see the 10th MP Board result (2022)
  • Step 6: Make a printout of the result for future use.

MP Board Class 10th Result: Past Year Pass Percentage

  • Last year, 9,14,079 people in total participated in the exam and the total passing percentage was 100%. In 2020, no less than 8,93,336 candidates took the exam and the passing percentage was 62.84%. While in 2018, the pass percentage was 61.32% when 7,32,319 students sat for the exam.