Bhopal. The results of class 10th and 12th board examinations conducted by the Board of Secondary Education in Madhya Pradesh have been released on Thursday. In Class X, the pass percentage was 63.29 percent, while in Class XII, 55.28 percent students passed. Like every time in these classes, this time the result of girl students was better than that of boys.
Minister of State for School Education (Independent Charge) Inder Singh Parmar announced the results of 10th and 12th board examinations on Thursday afternoon. On this occasion, he congratulated all the passed out students, their teachers and parents. He said that those who have failed should not worry. Such students will be given one more chance to succeed under the “Ruk Jana Nahi” scheme. Minister of State Parmar said that life is not determined on the basis of marks, success and failure are only measures of efforts. Students can earn success by re-effort and hard work.
On this occasion, Principal Secretary of School Education Department Rashmi Arun Shami, President of Board of Secondary Education Veera Rana, Vice President Dr. Rama Mishra, Public Education Commissioner Anubha Srivastava, officers and representatives of print and electronic media were present.
high school exam result
Secretary of the Board of Secondary Education Shrikant Banoth said that this year 63.29% regular candidates and 17.11% self-study candidates have passed the High School Certificate Examination by the Board of Secondary Education. 60.26% regular boys and 66.47% regular girls have been successful in this examination.
He informed that this year 8 lakh 15 thousand 364 candidates appeared as regular candidates and one lakh 30 thousand 971 candidates appeared as self-taught candidates in the High School Certificate Examination. There were 104 cheating cases in the examination, which is the minimum in previous years. Today the results of 8 lakh 15 thousand 202 regular candidates were declared. Of these, 3 lakh 39 thousand 441 candidates passed in first division, one lakh 73 thousand 290 candidates passed in second division and 3 thousand 224 candidates passed in third division. In this way, a total of 5 lakh 15 thousand 955 candidates have been successful in the examination, whose result has been 63.29%. 82 thousand 335 candidates have obtained the eligibility of supplementary. The supplementary examination for the High School Certificate year 2023 will be held from 18 July to 27 July 2023. This year also, according to the previous year, the candidates who have failed in two subjects in the high school examination have been given supplementary eligibility.
higher secondary exam result
Banoth informed that this year 7 lakh 27 thousand 44 candidates appeared as regular candidates and one lakh 15 thousand 567 candidates appeared as self-study candidates in the Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination. This year 55.28% regular candidates and 18.15% self-study candidates have passed in Higher Secondary Examination. 52% regular boys and 58.75% regular girls have passed the examination. There were 137 cheating cases in the examination, which is the minimum in previous years.
He told that on Thursday the results of total 7 lakh 26 thousand 39 regular candidates were declared. Of these, 2 lakh 79 thousand 257 candidates passed in first division, one lakh 21 thousand 507 candidates passed in second division and 602 candidates passed in third division. In this way, a total of 4 lakh one thousand 366 candidates have been successful in the examination, whose result has been 55.28%. One lakh 12 thousand 872 regular examinees have obtained eligibility for supplementary. The supplementary examination for the Higher Secondary School Certificate year 2023 will be held on 17 July 2023. This year, the candidates who have failed in one subject in the Higher Secondary Examination have been given the eligibility of supplementary.
Banoth said that the results of class 10th and class 12th board examinations can be seen in the website, whose detailed information is attached in PDF.
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