23 Apr 2024

Madhya Pradesh: Class-10, 12 board results to be declared today on 24 April; in Class-8 over 87% pass, 91% in Class 5

Bhopal: The MP Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has announced that the results for classes 10 and 12, along with the Diploma in Preschool Education (DPSE), will be declared on Wednesday April 24. The results will be announced at 4 pm, as per the official announcement.

Students can conveniently access their results through the MP Board’s official website and the MPBSE mobile app. This move aims to provide easy and immediate access to the results for the students.

This year, around 17 lakh students participated in the class 10 and 12 examinations organized by the MPBSE. The class 10 exams wrapped up on February 28, followed by the class 12 exams ending on March 5.

The release of results signifies a pivotal moment for students who are anxiously anticipating their performance. Students can check their results at:, and

Over 87 pc pass in Class-5 exam, 91 pc in Class 8

State Education Center Madhya Pradesh has released the results of class 5th and 8th board exams on April 23.

The wait of about 24 lakh students was finally over. The result of class 8 was 87.71% while the result of class V was 90.97%.

This year, around 24 lakh students appeared in the class 5th and 8th board exams across Madhya Pradesh. 

The pass percentage in government schools in class five was 91.53%, while in private schools, 90.18% children passed. 73.26% children passed in Madrasas.

The pass percentage of class eight government schools was 86.22%, while 90.60% children passed in private schools. The pass percentage of madrassas was 67.40%.

Rural students perform better in Class 5, 8 results

The performance of rural schools in class 5th and 8th was better than urban schools. In class five, the pass percentage in rural schools was 92.60%, while in urban schools 86.19% children passed. Similarly, 88.35 percent children of rural schools passed in class eight. At the same time, only 86.04 percent children in urban schools passed class 8th.

Along with the results, State Education Center will also share the merit list and other relevant details.

The students who have been unsuccessful in Class 5 and 8 exams will get another chance to improve their performance and can pass the exams. 

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