MP Board to Conduct Exams for Main Subjects Only

The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education [MPBSE] made an official announcement regarding the exams. The board officials have released a circular stating that it will organize the exams only for ‘main’ subjects. As per the circular, the board mentioned that it is not possible to re-organize all the exams that were deferred due to COVID-19. The board announced that it will conduct the exams only for the main subjects.

Previously, the CBSE board followed this method and had announced conducting only 29 subjects out of all the deferred exams. The board further announced that the schedule for the remaining exams will be declared 10 days post lifting the lockdown across the nation. The circular further states that the aspirants can get enough time to understand the current situation. As per the reports, the Central Government has decided to lift the lockdown on 14th April 2020.

MP Board to Conduct Exams for Main Subjects Only

According to the reports, the board will consider conducting the subjects only that are vital for the admission of the students to higher education. MPBSE has been following the footsteps of CBSE in conducting the exams for main subjects. Before the lockdown, the board had deferred the 10th and 12th class exams that were scheduled to conduct between 20th March and 11th April 2020.

The candidates will be prompted to take up the exams that are mandatory to obtain admission into various UG courses. The officials announced that the marking scheme and assessment for the remaining papers will be issued as a separate entity. The board might announce the schedule for the exams after the lockdown. The board authorities will conduct the 10th class exams only for First, second and third languages.

On the other hand, the 12th class and vocational students need to take part in the main subjects. It includes Economics, Political Science, Chemistry, Business Economics, Geography and more. Until then, we suggest our readers stay in touch with our website for the latest updates.

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