MP Board 5th, 8th Result 2024 Out, Direct Link: MP Board 5th, 8th Re-Exam Result Declared

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MP Board 5th 8th Result 2024 Declared: Madhya Pradesh School Education Department has declared the re-examination result of class 5th and 8th board pattern. The exam result was declared by the State Education Center Bhopal at 4 pm on exam portal Students, parents and teachers can check the result on the web portal of State Education Center by entering their roll number. On this portal, teachers and school heads will also be able to view the student wise results of their school. The board exams of class 5 and 8 were conducted from June 3 to 8. In which more than 1 lakh 31 thousand students of class 5 and 1 lakh 63 thousand students of class 8 participated from government, non-government schools and registered madrasas of the state. A total of 322 centers were set up to evaluate the answer books of these students, where the online entry of marks has been recorded by more than 28 thousand evaluators on the portal.

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MP Board 5th 8th Result 2024: Check re-exam result like this
– Go to the web portal of State Education Center
– Click on the 5th 8th Reexam Result link.
– Select your class and enter the details.
– Your result will appear on submission.

How was the main exam result?
In Madhya Pradesh, about 24 lakh students appeared for the 5th and 8th standard main board exams. The result of class 8 is 87.71 percent while the result of class 5 is 90.97 percent. 89.62 percent of boys and 92.41 percent of girls have passed in the fifth standard. The pass percentage of boys in class eight was 85.94 percent and that of girls was 89.56 percent.

Let us tell you that MP Board 5th 8th result was announced on 23 April. In government schools, 91.53 percent students have passed class 5 and in private schools, 90.18 percent students have passed. Talking about the 8th standard, the results of private schools were better than government schools. 90.60 percent children passed in private schools while 82.22 percent children passed in government schools.


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