MPBSE Class 12 is now available on the Board’s official website – http://mpbse.nic.in/. The result was published on the website around 3 p.m. today.
The students did remarkably well in the MP Board exams because they took the first five places. Khushi Singh from Reva District passed the exam, followed by Madhulata and Nikita, who finished second and third, respectively.
When the results are announced, students can review their MP Board Class 12 results online at mpbse.nic.in.
The result statement has given great relief to the candidates who have appeared for the MP Board exam, as other boards such as CBSE and ISC have already announced their results and these students are waiting for their results before admission to different colleges / universities apply for.
Here is the direct link to review the MPBSE Class 12th Board result 2020
Steps to check the results on the official website
1) Log on to the official MPBSE website – mpbse.nic.in
2) Click on the link “MP Board 12. Result 2020”, which is given there on the homepage. A new page will appear on your screen.
3) Enter your login information such as role number, date of birth, captcha code, etc.
4) Your MP Board Class 12th Result 2020 will be displayed on the screen
5) Download the MP Board Class 12 results and print them out for future reference.
Other website where you can check your 12th MP Board Class 2020 result – https://mpbse.mponline.gov.in/MPBSE/MPBSE, http://mpbse.nic.in/results.htm, http: // mpbse .nic.in / and some other private websites.
“After CBSE’s explanation of the outcome, MP Board students are concerned that delaying grade 12 results can cause admission problems,” said Hemant Sharma, director Vighyan Kendra, MPBSE.
The MP Board had decided to conduct special tests for students who were quarantined, found Covid-19 positive, or had a positive case in their family to minimize the risk of infection for other students. You are now asking for the dates of your exams.
The MP Board’s counseling centers are flooded with calls, with each counselor answering over 100 calls per day from students who panic about the results of class 12. The hotline received 1.30,000 calls in four months (April to July 25).
This year, about eight Lakh students had written their 12th MP Board papers, which were carried out in over 3,682 centers across the state.
The upcoming board exams, which could not be completed in March due to the nationwide suspension caused by Covid-19, were conducted on June 15, 2020.