The timetable for Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education has been released on the official website of MP Board which is, www.mpbse.nic.in. The examinations for Class 10 will begin from March 1, 2019 and end on March 27, 2019. The first paper will be Third language including Sanskrit, Urdu, Marathi, Bengali, Gujrati, Telugu, Tamil, Punjabi, Sindhi, Malayalam, Persian, Arabic, French, Russian, Kannada and Oriya and the last paper will be Hindi. For Class 12, the exams will commence from March 2, 2019 and will conclude on April 2, 2019. However, the timing for all these examinations will be same, which is 9 am to 12 pm.
The candidates can download the timetable from the official website of MP board and take print out for future reference. Madhya Pradesh Legislature, in the Sixteenth Year of the Republic of India, enacted an Act for the establishment of a Board in order to regulate Secondary Education in Madhya Pradesh and other ancillary matters. The MP Board was established under the Madhya Pradesh Secondary Education Act, 1965 to regulate the secondary education in the state of Madhya Pradesh and other ancillary affairs. The MP Board examinations are conducted by the MPBSE to evaluate the academic performance of students at the HSC and the HSSC levels. Each year several students participate in the MP Board 12 Examinations and MP Board 10 Examinations.
Here is the complete time table for MP Board Class 10 for 2019 examinations: (Regular)Â
March 1 â€“ Third Language (Sanskrit, Urdu, Marathi, Bengali, Gujrati, Telugu, Tamil, Punjabi, Sindhi, Malayalam, Persian, Arabic, French, Russian, Kannada and Oriya).
March 5 â€“ Mathematics
March 8 â€“ Social Science
March 12 â€“ Science
March 16 â€“ English
March 19 - First Language (Special) â€“ Hindi, English, Sanskrit, Urdu
March 23 â€“ NSQF (IT, SECURITY, Beauty & Wellness, Banking & financial Services, Electrical Technology, Health care, physical education & Sports. Retail, Travel & Tourism)
March 27 - Hindi
Here is the complete time table for MP Board Class 12 for 2019 examinations (Regular) :
March 2 â€“ Special Language, Hindi
March 6 â€“ Special Language, Sanskrit
March 7 â€“ Special Language, English
March 9 â€“ Second Langugage (Hindi, English, Sanskrit, Marathi, Urdu, Punjabi, Sindhi, Bengali, Gujrati, Telugu,Tami I, Malayalam, Arabic, Persian, French, Russian, Kannada and Oriya)
March 11 â€“ Special Language, Urdu
March 13 â€“ Indian Music
March 14 â€“ History, Physics, Business Studies, Ele. Of Science and Maths Useful for Agricultute, Drawing and Painting, Home Management, Nutrition and Textile.
March 15 â€“ Drawing and Designing
March 18 â€“ Biology
March 20 â€“ Economics
March 23 â€“ Higher Mathematics
March 26 â€“ Political Science, Animal Hus. Milk trade, Poultry Farming & Fishery, Element of Science, History of Indian Art, Business Economics, VOC
March 27 â€“ Biotechnology
March 28 â€“ Geography, Chemistry, Crop. Production & Horticulture, Still Life and Design, Anotomy Physiology and Health, VOC
March 29 â€“ NSQF, IT, Security VOC
March 30 â€“ Book Keeping and Accountancy
April 1 â€“ Sociology, Psychology, Agriculture (Huminities Group), VOC
April 2 â€“ Informatics Practices