MP Board 10th Result 2021: Finally, MPBSE Class 10 Results 2021 are going to be announced at 4 PM in the evening by the Madhya Pradesh Board.
After the official announcement, students will be able to check MP Board HSC (Class 10 ) results online via official result website i.e. mpresults.nic.in. But another more simple and convenient way of checking and accessing MPBSE Results for Class 10 students would be via the direct link placed below.
Students should note that the MP Board 10th Results will be first published via the link given below. Therefore, students are advised to check MPBSE Class 10 Results via this link:
How to check MP Board 10th Result 2021 online?
Like every year, the MPBSE Class 10 Results for Secondary students will be declared online by the board on the official website. The detailed process to check MP Board 10th Result 2021 online has been given below:
- Step 1: Visit official website i.e. mpresults.nic.in or mp10.jagranjosh.com
- Step 2: Find Link for HSC (Class 10) Exam Results 2021
- Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page with input fields
- Step 4: Enter your Exam Roll Number and other details asked on the page
- Step 5: Verify the details against your hall ticket and submit them online
- Step 6: Your MPBSE 10th Result will be displayed on the screen
- Step 7: Download Result scorecard and take printout for future reference
MP Board Class 10 Result as per Alternative Evaluation Criteria
For 2021 session, the Madhya Pradesh Board had to cancel the Class 10 Examination due to the 2nd wave of COVID-19 and the lockdown measures announced to contain it. Following this, the Board came-up with an alternative assessment scheme which takes into account the performance of students in the previous tests to compile the final MPBSE 10th Result 2021. The evaluation criteria announced for Secondary Class students, take into account their performance in mid-term exams or pre-boards, unit tests, and internal assessment. The weightage given to each of these exams is 50% weight to Pre-Boards, 30% weight to Unit Tests and 20% weight to Internal Assessment. Moreover, schools have also been asked to keep the past three year’s board results data while awarding marks for these tests.