Madhya Pradesh Class 10 board results: 50 percent students fail HSC examination

 

 

 

The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBOSE) declared the Class 10 board results on May 14 at 2 pm. The state recorded a dismal pass percentage of 49.79 percent, with 50 percent of the students failing the state level exam. The results in the private category were even more unsatisfactory, with only 14.02 percent students clearing their exams.

The first rank is shared by Shivam Dubey from Katni and Sandeep Kumar Shah of Singrauli. Both have scored 586 out of a total of 600 marks. The second spot is held by Ayush Shrivastava from Bhander, who has a score of 584 marks; and the top three ranks are rounded off by Shivam Sharma, who scored 583 marks.

The MP High School Certificate (HSC) examination was conducted from March 3 to March 24 this year. Over 10 lakh students took the state level examination. Out of these about 8.3 lakh appeared from the regular category, and 2.8 lakh appeared from the private category. A total of 1.85 students passed with first division, 2.13 lakh cleared the exams with second division and 53,000 students got third division. More than 2.3 lakh students got the supplementary division

 

[“source-indiatoday.intoday.in”]

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