MP Board Exam: Pre board will not be taken for the first time, 90% syllabus will be asked in half yearly exam. Pre board will not be taken for the first time in MP board, 90% syllabus will be asked in half yearly exam

MP Board Exam

MP Board Exam: This year, the half-yearly examinations of classes X and XII could not be held due to non-holding of monthly examinations in schools. In fact, the exam which used to be held in November has been delayed by two months this time. In such a situation, half-yearly examinations will now be held in January. The great thing is that due to the deterioration of this schedule, many times the pre-board examinations of class X and XII will not be taken. Its decision has been taken by the education department.

However, 90% syllabus will be asked in the half-yearly examination of all the students appearing in the examination. Based on that, questions will be asked in the exam. In such a situation, the syllabus of 10th and 12th students is being completed fast in government and private schools.

According to the information, this year the admission process in the schools along with other process got delayed due to this the quarterly exams were held in October this year and now the half yearly exams will be held in January. For this reason, by delaying the examination a little, the emphasis has been laid on asking most of the syllabus. Pre board will also not be taken because now there is no time left.

After discussion, it has been decided not to take pre board. The schedule for the half-yearly exams is yet to be announced in January. After getting the schools to complete 90 percent syllabus in November, revision is being done to the children. In such a situation, fast studies are being done in all the schools. It is being estimated that there will be half-yearly examinations for Class X by January 20 and for Class X from January 2 to 21.

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