A new time table will be released 20 days before the 12th exam.
MP Board 10th Exam Cancel: In Madhya Pradesh, the 10th exam has been canceled due to corona. While the decision is yet to be taken on the 12th. This announcement has been made by CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan.
Bhopal. Madhya Pradesh will also not have 10th examinations due to Corona epidemic. This announcement has been made by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan. He said about the board examinations that the 10th examinations will not be taken due to the increasing infection of the corona. Students will be passed through internal assessment. While the 12th examinations are yet to be decided. 20 days ago new timetable CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan said that the 12th examination will be postponed till the corona transition. A new timetable will be issued 20 days before the exam date. Let us know that last year too, students of class 10 were given general promotion in two subjects. He said there will be no 10th board examination. Students will be given numbers on the basis of evaluation. Similarly, the 12th examination has also been postponed. In case of normalcy, these examinations will be conducted. This is how the assessment will beIn the order issued in connection with the 10th examination of MP Board, it has been said that the students will be passed on the basis of the marks obtained in the half-term / pre-board, unit test. It has been said that each student will be passed by the schools on the basis of scores out of 100 marks. It says that OMR sheets have been sent to schools to fill the marks of internal assessment. There is a provision to fill subject-wise maximum 20 marks in these OMR sheets. The marks obtained out of 100 by each student subject wise will be converted into prorata basis by the school from the marks obtained out of 20 marks. After this, these scores will be marked in the OMR sheet sent by the Board. 50% weightage will be given for half-yearly examination The weightage of the half-yearly / pre-board examination will be 50 percent. Whereas 30 percent of the unit test and 20 percent of the internal assessment will be weighted. Thus, if a student gets a total of 80 marks out of 100 in a subject on the basis of this formula, then the OMR sheet will have 16 marks on prorate basis.
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