MPBSE Class 12th Exam Guidelines

MPBSE Class 12th Exam Guidelines
MPBSE Class 12th Exam Guidelines

MPBSE Class 12th Exam Guidelines. The MP board of secondary education (MPBSE) on Friday released guidelines for students having high temperature or flu-like symptoms to take the exam at an isolation ward at the examination centre. The students appearing for the remaining MP board exams of class 12 will have to go through a thermal screening before entering the exam centres, PRO MPBSE, S K Chourasiya said. He also said that the students in the isolation ward will be advised to get checked for corona virus, and other invigilators and teachers who come in contact with the students will also be told to get a corona virus test, to be on the safe side. The Students with high temperature, cough or cold to be in isolation at exam centre.

MPBSE Class 12th Exam Guidelines

Name of the Board

Madhya Pradesh board of secondary education (MPBSE)
Class Name

12th/ HSC

Exam date


MPBSE Class 12th Exam Guidelines


Exam Guidelines Released

MPBSE Class 12th Exam Guidelines Details:

The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) is all set to conduct the board examinations for all the remaining subjects in the upcoming week. As a safety measure, the board has released a list of guidelines for all students to follow for the safe and hygienic conductions of examinations amid the corona virus outbreak to avoid the risk of infection between the students and the staff present at the examination centres. All students who will be appearing for MPBSE Board Exams 2020 are requested to go through the guidelines issued by the board before they appear for their pending examination from June 09 2020. MP board exams had to be postponed due to the corona virus outbreak in the country and the nationwide lockdown imposed to control its spread. The examinations are being conducted from June 9 i.e. next week and the admit cards have been released by the board on its official website.

Unwell Students to be Placed in Separate Classes:

  • As per the guidelines released by MPBSE, the students who have flu-like symptoms such as cough, cold or higher than normal temperatures, will be placed in different classes or isolation during the conduction of exams to reduce the risk of infection among other students.
  • All the students showing flu-like symptoms will most likely be tested for corona virus after their exam is over. Invigilators who come in contact with these students will also be advised to undergo medical tests to ensure their safety.
  • Students and staff who will be present at the examination centre will also have to go through thermal checks before they enter the centre. This measure is being taken to track the temperatures of students and make sure that all candidates are in perfect health. Thermal checks will be taking place at each gate of the examination centre.

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