The board exam results for Classes 10 and 12 were declared today by the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE). Girls outperformed boys in both classes, with a higher pass percentage. The overall pass percentage for class 12 was 72.72 percent, but the pass percentage for class 10 remained low, with slightly more than half of the students passing the examinations. This year’s overall percentage of students stayed at 59.54 percent.
In contrast to last year, the MP board held offline tests in February and March of 2022. Nancy Dubey and Suchita Pandey topped the Class 10 board, while Pragati Mittal topped the Class 12 board with a score of 494 out of 500, according to the results announced today. Lakshdweep Dhakar came in second and Ayush Tiwari came in third, respectively. This year’s top three scorers are all from the science stream.
The MPBSE class 12 exams had a total of 6,97,880 students this year. The pass percentage for regular students was 72.72 percent, while the pass percentage for self-study students was 32.90 percent. The pass percentage for girls in class 12 is 75.64 percent, while the pass percentage for boys is 69.94 percent. This year, 1,19,851 students failed their class 12 exams. In Class 12, a total of 93 girls and 60 boys (153) have attained a place in the merit list.