MP Board results: Girls outshine boys again, govt
schools fare poorly

MP Board results: Girls outshine boys again, govt<br>schools fare poorly

Pragati Mittal of Sheopur with 98.8% topped the class 12 merit
list, while Nancy Dubey of Chhatarpur and Suchita Pandey of Satna jointly
came first in the class 10 with 99.2% each. Minister of State for School
Education Inder Singh Parmar announced the result of class 10 and 12 of
MP Board here on Friday.

Girls have been leading the merit list in the school board exams for the
past several years and the trend continued this year too. This year, smalltown girls outsmarted big cities students completely. In 2021, exams were not conducted due to the second wave of Covid 19. Last year, 100% of students were declared pass.

Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan while addressing the students of the
state extended warms wishes to the students after results were declared. “Despite the circumstances of Covid-19, the students have worked hard for good results in the examination. But sometimes success and failure, passing or not passing depends on many circumstances. So even if you were unsuccessful, don’t get disheartened, don’t get discouraged,” said CM Chouhan.

Chouhan said that “Ruk Jana Nahi” scheme is there. “After making preparation, you can give the exam again this year. Your year will also not be wasted, stay equally poised in both success and failure. If you don’t get success then try better for the next time,” said Chouhan. Parmar added that Covid 19 had an adverse effect on the students and the schools could not be operated continuously. “But even after these adverse circumstances, our students have studied hard day after night, which has yielded
positive results,” said Parmar.

This year the result of class 12 has improved by 3.91% compared to 2020 when exams were conducted. This year, 72.72% students were declared pass. In 2020, 68.81% of students had cleared the exam. However, the class 10 result, pass percentage has decreased this year. In all, 59.54% students have been declared pass this year which is 3 % lower than 2020. That year, 62.54% students were declared pass. Around 18 lakh students appeared in class 10 and 12 exams.