MPBSE 2021: MP Board extends to apply for Class 10, 12, admit cards extended
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MP Board extends to apply for Class 10, 12
MPBSE Class 10 and 12 Admit Card 2021: The last date to apply for MPBSE Class 10 and 12 and vocational higher secondary exam admit cards have been extended by the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education. Students who are taking final exams will submit requests for admit card corrections via the MPOnline portal until May 10, 2021. The deadline for students to apply for corrections, as per the previous timeline, was April 15, 2021. The Madhya Pradesh School Education Department agreed to extend the deadlines for applying for corrections due to the COVID-19 situation in the state.
On the board's official website, admit cards for the Madhya Pradesh class 10 and 12 examinations have been issued. Exam admits cards will be distributed by their respective school principals to students taking the MP Board class 10 and 12 examinations. The Madhya Pradesh School Education Department has also announced that the exams will be postponed for a month in order to prevent the spread of COVID-10 infection and overcrowding of students across schools and exam centers. The exams will begin in the first week of June 2021 and will last until the last week of June 2021. The updated exam schedule will be available on the official website soon.
MP Board Exams Postponed: The MP Board has postponed the class 10 and 12 examinations until 2021. According to the official statement released by the board, the examinations, which were originally scheduled to begin on April 30, 2021, will now begin in the first week of June 2021. The class 10 exams were scheduled to begin on April 30, 2021, and the class 12 exams on May 1, 2021.
MP Government Offer to Take Exam Online and Offline Mode: Earlier, the Madhya Pradesh government decided to offer students in grades 9 to 12 the option of taking their examinations either offline or online. The decision was announced on Twitter by the Madhya Pradesh School Education Department. Students taking board exams in grades 10 and 12, as well as students taking pre-board exams in grades 9 and 11, would have been affected by the decision. Students in grades 9 and 11 who want to take their final year exams in the offline mode will have to do so from home. Students must obtain their question papers from their respective schools. They will complete the question papers and return the answer sheets to the school authorities within the specified time period.