MP Board 12th result 2018 declared at, 68% students pass

Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) declared the result of the Class 12 board examinations on Monday.

Updated: May 14, 2018 14:23:52

By Shruti Tomar

Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) on Monday declared the result of the Class 12 board examinations. (Shutterstock)

Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) declared the result of the Class 12 board examinations at 10am on Monday. Follow live updates on the Class 12 results here.

Students can check their results by clicking here.

MP board Class 12 result: Here’s how to check

1) Log on to

2) Click on the tab results

3) Click on the link ‘HSC (Class 12th) Examination 2018’

4) You will be redirected to another page. Click on link ‘HSC (Class 12th) examination 2018

5) Enter your roll no and application no

6) Click on submit to view results

7) Take a printout

11.43am: In maths stream, Lalit Panchori from Shivpuri topped in Class 12.

8.30am: A week before the results, the state’s school education department had launched a multi-pronged programme to reduce pre and post result stress of students. Teachers and parents were asked to show motivational videos to students and share stories of people who overcame their failures to script success stories so that they are not tense before the results and take their performance with equanimity.

Students can also check their result on board’s official website:

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. Like in 2017, this year too, the state board decided to declare both the Class 10 and Class 12 exam at the same time instead of announcing these separately. The decision to declare the results together was taken to make students stress free.

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.

First Published: May 14, 2018 09:26:05


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