MP Board Class 10 Supplementary Results 2017 Declared at mpbse.nic.in

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The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has declared the results of class 10 supplementary results at mpbse.nic.in. Students who had appeared for the supplementary exams of class 10 can visit the official website and check their results. The MP board had earlier notified that class 10 supplementary results will be declared on August 8. The Madhya Pradesh Class 10 Supplementary exams were held from July 5 to July 13, 2017.

Over 19 lakh students had appeared for the class 10 and 12 exams that were held in March 2017. The pass percentage in the main exams for class 10 was at 49.86 per cent. The supplementary exams were conducted for the students who had failed to score minimum marks that are required to pass a particular subject.

Now the candidates can access their results from the official website. After you have checked your result, take a print out of it for future reference.

HERE’S HOW TO CHECK MP BOARD CLASS 10 SUPPLEMENTARY RESULTS

Now that the results are out, you can follow the following instructions to check your supplementary results.

Step 1: Visit the official website of MPBSE i.e., mpbse.nic.in

Step 2: Click on the ‘Result’ tab.

Step 3: On the result page, click on ‘High School class 10 supplementary results 2017’ link.

Step 4: Enter your roll number.

Step 5: Click ‘Submit’ and check your result.

Step 6: Take a printout of your result.

The Madhya Pradesh board will release the final mark-sheet and certificate to the candidates in a few days. The students who have appeared for the supplementary exams will get the mark sheets from their respective schools. MP board supplementary exams are conducted for the students who failed in one or two papers of class 10 and 12 of MP board.

Earlier, the MP Board officials have said that only a little work is left and the officials are almost ready to declare the results of the students who had reappeared for the exam in June 2017.