Madhya Pradesh Board Class 10th Results 2017



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Madhya Pradesh Board 10th Time Table 2018

MP Board 10th Date Sheet 2018



DayExam DateSubject [Time : 09:00 am to 12:00 Noon]
Monday5. Mar. 2018THIRD LANGUAGE (General) :- Sanskrit, Urdu, Marathi, Bengali, Gujrati, Telugu, Tamil, Punjabi, Sindhi, Malayalam, Persian, Arabic, French, Russian, Kannad & Oriya
Friday9. Mar. 2018Mathematics
Tuesday13. Mar. 2018Social Science
Friday16. Mar. 2018Science
Wednesday21. Mar. 2018Second & Third Language (General) -English
Saturday24. Mar. 2018Second & Third Language (General) -Hindi
Tuesday27. Mar. 2018First Language (Special ) - Hindi, English, Sanskrit, Urdu
Saturday31. Mar. 2018(NSQF) IT/ ITES, SECURITY VOC.


Source :- http://mpbse.nic.in

Time table for Madhya Pradesh Board Class X Examinations 2018 has been announced three months in advance so that students get time for preparation. The exam starts on March 5, 2018 and concludes on March 31st, 2018. All the examinations are of 3 hours duration, and will begin from 9am IST.

Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) conducts Madhya Pradesh Board 10th class exam. Results of the Madhya Pradesh Board 10th examination are generally declared 2 months after the successful completion of the examination process.



Last Updated on : May 14, 2018


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