Madhya Pradesh Govt: Class 9, 11, Pre-Board Exam Will Be Conducted In Both Online, Offline Mode

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Madhya Pradesh: Government of Madhya Pradesh instructed all the government schools in the state for conducting online as well as offline exams for class 9, 11 and pre-board exams this year.

Due to this instruction, MP state’s students will have the option to appear for the online or offline exam either from homes or by online portal designed by government.

For this academic year only government schools are given instructions to implement the guidelines.

Class 1 to 8 students are promoted without the conduction of exams.

Also, private schools are allowed to choose either from this two options for conduction of class 9, 11 and pre-board exams.

Exam model has been introduced by the MP government for this year.

Online Exam Madhya Pradesh

As per the instructions, students are allowed to appear for the exams in online mode so, the question papers of all the subject will be available on online portal designed by government, students will then, download and are allowed to upload their answer sheets on the portal.

Offline Exam Madhya Pradesh

Also, the students who choose to appear for offline exams were allowed to collect questions paper from there schools and can give exam at their homes. And then, submit answer sheets to school.

Students those who choose to appear for offline exam have given enough time to cope with academic stress.

Practical examinations for students of classes 10 and 12 in Madhya Pradesh are being conducted as per the official schedule prescribed by Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education, Central Board of Secondary Education, and Certificate of Secondary Education of India.

Madhya Pradesh Class 10 Board Examination 2021 is scheduled to start from April 30, 2021 and MPBSE Class 12 examinations will start from May 1, 2021. This year, synergy with students has also reduced the syllabus of both classes. Academic stress.

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