MP Board Toppers: Two students, Anamika Sadh and Harshwardhan Parmar, have topped the Madhya Pradesh Board Class 10 examination with a score of 99%.
Students of Class 10th can directly check their results here.
Mp Board Toppers of Class 10
- Rank 1st : Anamika Sadh [ Total Marks 495 ( Roll No. 186234887 )
- Rank 1st : Harshvardhan Parmar [ Total Marks 495 – ( Roll No. 184530240 )
- Rank 2nd : Subhash Prashad [ Total Marks 494 ( Roll No. 183427796 )
- Rank 2nd : Prabhat Shukla [ Total Marks 494 ( Roll No. 183430197 )
- Rank 2nd : Sayam Jeen [ Total Marks 494 ( Roll No. 184731027 )
- Rank 2nd : Radhesahyam sondhiya [ Total Marks 494 ( Roll No. 186143906 )
- Rank 3rd : Chitavan nayak [ Total Marks 493 ( Roll No. 185725197 )
- Rank 3rd : Aayushi shaha [ Total Marks 493 ( Roll No. 185730047 )
- Rank 3rd : Sakashi Lodhi [ Total Marks 493 ( Roll No. 187326930 )
- Rank 3rd : Priya Sahu [ Total Marks 493 ( Roll No. 18182249930 )
Read More: MP Board Toppers: Class 10, 12 Merit List Here!
This year, 66.54% students cleared Class 10 examinations.
The Madhya Pradesh Board for Secondary Education (MPBSE) announced the Class 10th and 12th Board results at 11.24am on May 14. Students can check their result at the official website mpbse.nic.in. Due to heavy traffic, the official website may take some time to load.
Class 10 students can directly check their result using their roll no and application no by clicking here.
Nearly 20,00,000 students, including 7,69,000 Class 12 candidates and 11,48,000 Class 10 examinees, wrote the exams conducted by the board. The Class 12 board exam started from March 1 and ended on April 3 and Class 10 exams were held from March 5 to March 31.
In a first, the board introduced several measures, including separate question papers and formatted laptops and tablets, for disabled students in the state to help write their answers. They were also provided an extra time of one hour, a gap of at least three days between two papers and separate timetable.
To check use of unfair means the board asked the heads of all exam centres to book students caught using unfair means for a criminal offence that entails an imprisonment up to three years and fine up to Rs 5,000.
Students were asked to take off their shoes and girls had to remove their jewellery at centres marked as sensitive. Teachers at the exam centres were also barred from using mobile phones, tablets and any kind of electronic device.
In 2017, the pass percentage of Class 10 was 49.9 (51.46 for girls and 48.5 for boys) and that of Class 12 was 67.8 -72.3% girls and 64.1% boys.
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