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About MP Board 10th 2021
Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) organizes the 10th class board exam yearly to assess the scholastic abilities of students in the state. Students who have cleared their class 9 from the MP board or any other recognized board of education are eligible to apply for the exam. To get latest updates about board exams through SMS/E-mail click here and subscribe.
Latest update of MP Board 10th Exam 2021:
MPBSE has canceled the MP board 10th theory and practical exams due to the increase in COVID-19 cases. Check MP Board 10th time table 2021 for details.
More about MP Board 10th Exam 2021
- Earlier, the MP board 10th admit card had been released on April 10, 2021
- Students could register for MP board 10th exams 2021 through their respective schools.
- The MP Board 10th syllabus 2021 and marking scheme of MP board 10th exams are available on the official website of MP Board, mpbse.nic.in.
- The syllabus of MP Board 10th has been reduced for the current academic year 2020-21.
- MP Board 10th result is expected to be released in July 2021.
- Statistics of registered and appeared students along with combined and district wise merit list is also released on the official website along with the result.
- If any student failed to get the expected result then he/she can apply for rechecking or revaluation.
- The board will also conduct the compartment/ supplementary exams for the students who fail in one or two subjects.
MP Board 10th 2021 Highlights
|Full Exam Name||Madhya Pradesh Board 10th Examination|
|Short Exam Name||MP Board 10th|
|Conducting Body||Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education|
|Frequency of Conduct||Once a year|
|Languages||Arabic, Bengali +16 More|
|Mode of Application||Offline|
|Mode of Exam||Offline|
|Exam Duration||3 Hours|
MP Board 10th 2021 Eligibility Criteria
MP Board 10th eligibility criteria are the requirements asked by MP board from the student in order to allow him to sit for the exam. The terms and condition of MP Board 10th eligibility are-
- To apply for regular, private and correspondence courses, students need to fulfil the requirements issued by the secretary of MPBSE.
- Students who have passed the 9th exams or complete the required age limit are eligible for MP Board 10th exams 2021.
- It is suggested to contact the board officials to know the exact requirements for MP Board 10th registration.
- A student failing in a single discipline of external examination will be eligible for supplementary examination in that subject.
- For subjects having both theory and practical exam, students failing in either examination shall be eligible.
Also, read Top Schools in Madhya Pradesh
MP Board 10th 2021 Application Process
Mode of Application : Offline
The MPBSE class 10th exam applications are usually accepted through the Schools. Only private candidates can apply directly for MP Board 10th exams 2021. Only the offline mode of the application process is available.
- Students should visit the Madhya Pradesh Board's office and purchase the offline registration form.
- Fill the details in the MP Board 10th application form correctly.
- Attach the asked documents.
- Submit the filled application form, required fees, and documents at the Board's office.
Online Application Process
Interested students can also fill the online MP Board 10th application form through the official website, https://mpbse.mponline.gov.in
- Students have to visit the official website.
- Download the MP Board 10th Enrollment form
- Fill the details in the form
- Submit the filled MP Board 10th Enrollment form to the MP Board's address
Link Road 1, M.P. Nagar, Behind DB Mall, Shivaji Nagar,
Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 462011
Also, check NTSE Madhya Pradesh 2021
MP Board 10th 2021 Syllabus
Prose (including vocabulary)-English reader book V
Poetry-English reader book V
|Use of simple present (for future)|
|Sentence pattern-(a) noun + verb + adjective + past participle (b) it + verb + adjective + noun clause (c) so that clause|
|Adverbial clauses with-'as long as', 'unless', and 'if'|
|Use of positive, comparative and superlative. Degrees of adjective|
|Use of get noun/pronoun + to + verb|
|Use of anticipatory 'it'|
|Some elliptical patterns|
|Use of be sure/afraid + noun clause|
|Use of 'had-would have'|
|Use of 'have got to + verb'|
|Use of 'kind of' and 'type of'|
|Use of 'mind' (verb) + present participle or verb with 'ing' form 'mind' + noun/pronoun + verb-'ing'|
|Use of or/otherwise (coordinating)|
|Use of could/might/ought to have constructions + verb|
|Use of 'do' (for emphasis)|
|Transformation of sentences|
Prose-Telugu Vachakamu (first 7 lesson)
Poetry-Telugu Vachakamu (first 10 poems)
|Parts of speech construction of simple sentences, synonyms, verbs etc|
|Transformation of sentences|
Prose (lesson 9 to 16)
|Marumalarchi ilakiyam vazhipadu|
|Topic related to present day need|
|As kochu vana devathaye kandittundo-6|
|Jaya Prakash Narayanan|
|Vad tmi kiynde poorvashramam|
|Sahitya thinte dharmam|
|Jaya jaya kerala dharani|
|Athi dharuna dhrishyam|
|Chintha vishtayaya sita|
|Figurers and of speech, verbs, subject and predicate, synonyms, antonyms and grammar based on textbook|
|Essay writing-topics related to school life, youth activities, social issues, national issues, science, culture, arts and sports|
|Letter writing (personal)|
|Formation of synonyms and antonyms|
|Vocabulary: Idioms and proverbs|
Prose-Aao Punjabi sikhiye (lesson 15 to 30)
Vocabulary and grammar
|Opposite words , numbers, gender, spellings (shabadojode)|
|Personal and applications|
Prose-Namma nudi (apri boli)
Poetry-Namma nudi (apri boli)
Grammar and vocabulary
|Meaning of difficult words and their use|
|Parts of speech|
Paragraph and essay writing
|Simple sentences from Hindi to Kannada and vice verse|
|Sanskrita ebam bengla-Muhammed Sahidullah|
|Bhayankar-Sayed Mustufa Siraj|
|Amader desh-Hirendra Nath Dutta|
|Teer nikshep-Rabindranath Tagore|
|Kandari hoonsiar-Kazi Nazrul Islam|
|Swadhinata-Achinta Kumar Sen Gupta|
|Din Phurolo-Shankha Ghosh|
|Proverbs and Sayings|
|Antonyms and synonyms|
|Correction of sentences|
Prose (Nasr)-Darsi kitaab
Poetry (Nazm)-Darsi kitaab
Vocabulary (Mushkil, alfaaz, muhavrey aur unka istemaal)
Essay (Mazmoon Nigaari)
Letter and application (Darkhaast/Khutoot Naveesi)
Unseen passage (Nigaarish)
Prose-Qiraatur Rasidah part I
|Maza toheboo an takoona|
Poetry-Al-Shirul Arabi part I
|Ya rabbe in azomat|
|Anitun ala ardil huda|
|Fele, mazi, muzare, huroofe, nasebah, huroof, jasimab, ism|
Essay writing/letter writing
Translation from Urdu into Arabic
Prose (Nasr)-Dabistaan Deewan Farsi
Poetry (Nazm)-Dabistaan Deewan Farsi
|Meanings of Persian words into Urdu and their use in sentences fill in the blanks etc|
Short essay writing
|Mukhtasar Mazmoon Nigari|
Letter writing/application writing
|Darkhast Khutoot Naveesi|
Unseen passage (Nigarish)
Prose and poetry-My first Russian book (lesson 26 to 35)
Prose and poetry-My second Russian book (lesson 1 to 8)
General questions (prescribed prose and poetry text)
Write any Russian poem
|Use of nouns of masculine and feminine genders in plural number in prepositional case|
|Use of possessive and demonstrative pronouns and adjectives in prepositional case|
|Introduction of imperative mood|
|Use of feminine nouns (animate and inanimate) demonstrative pronouns in singular number in accusative case expressing of possession like 'I have' you have etc|
|Agreement of possessive pronoun and adjective with nouns|
|Adjective and nouns of all genders in accusative plural|
|Verb-verbs of motion covered in the lessons, acquaintance with verb of singular and repeated action expressing ability to do something in the present tense with the infinitive on non reflexive verb, past tense of verb|
|General topics such as-our family, season of the year, my city, excursion, library, my vacation, shopping etc|
Translation of passage
|Russian to English/Hindi|
Translation of simple sentences
|Translation of simple sentences from English/Hindi into Russian based on prescribed grammatical and lexical items|
|Sri krishanka kshudha|
|Nagarike adhikar o kartavya|
|Salukathare se pratham oriya|
|Gachha o kathuria|
|Phulapari tume padila khari|
|Pronoun: Personal couplement (direct and indirect object pronoun): Position of these pronouns, use of conjuctive 'y' and 'en', relative|
|Numbers: Use of ordinal numbers from 1 to 100|
|Verb: Conjugation of verbs: Near future, past (paste compose), past continuous (impartfait), present continuous, recent past|
|Degrees: Use of comparative and superlative degrees|
|Introduction of a new tense: I 'imparfait' (past continuous)|
|Suppression of the groups of verbs|
|Different regions of France|
|Different social levels|
|Administrative and regional life|
|Economic and ecological problems|
|Tradition and modernity|
|To meet and report|
|To give one's opinion|
|To complain and justify|
|To request authorisation|
|To explain and justify|
|To make plans|
|To discuss and debate|
|Translation of simple sentences from English to French or a passage from French to English|
|Original composition to be completed in water colours|
|Simple subjects of two figures such as mother and child, workers, worshippers|
|Festival, visitors, beggars, farmers etc: with suitable background|
|Object drawing consisting of three objects of household use such as utensils of various shapes to be finished in water colours|
Prose-language through literature II (lesson 1 to 12)
Poetry-language through literature II
|Wander thirst by Gerald Gould|
|In the country by W.H. Davies|
|On a dead child by Richard Middleton|
|Silver by Walter de la Mare|
|Where the mind is without fear by Rabindra Nath Tagore|
|Words and phrases from the lessons of the textbook|
|Noun clause-as object of verb|
|Noun clause-in apposition|
|Adverb clause of condition|
|Adverb clause of unreal condition|
|Defining and non-defining relative clauses|
|Introductory 'it' replacing infinitive as subject|
|Adverb clauses of reason|
|Participial phrases (present and past participles qualifying nouns)|
|Gerunds as objects of prepositions|
|Infinitive as objects of verbs|
|Adverb clauses of concession and result|
|Gerunds as subjects and objects|
|Relative pronouns deletion in adjective clauses|
|Participial phrases-(i) expressing idea of a certain time (ii) expressing the clause of manner of an action (iii) expressing result or consequence by a participial phrase (iv) modifying the whole clause|
|Introductory 'it' replacing a 'that clause'|
|Dictation of various kind of passages|
|Enlargement of simple current topics|
|Formal and informal letters of all kinds|
Prose-Telugu vachakamu (first 10 lesson)
Poetry-Telugu vachakamu (first 10 lesson)
|Appaji by M. Ratnam|
|Idioms and proverbs|
|Synonyms, transformation of sentences, verbs; talsamamu tatbhavam, samassamn, and sandhi|
|National and general interests|
|Formal and informal letters/applications|
Prose (lesson 8 to 10)
Rapid reading (lesson 6 to 10)
Letter writing/application writing
|Indiyaude nanathvavum ekathuavum|
|A.R. Umkairaliynde navodhanavum|
|Kerala thile purathana kalakal|
|Idioms and proverbs (expansion of ideas)|
|Synonyms, antonyms, transformation of sentences, based on text book sandhi and samas, verbs and moods|
|Topics related to social issues, national issues, family, school life, art, culture, sports, science|
|Informal letters/application to editors (personal and official, commercial)|
|Idioms and proverbs|
|Transformation of parts of speech|
|Opposite words, synonyms|
Letter or application writing
Prose-Naveen Panjabi pustak (lesson 18 to 35)
Rapid reader-Sadhara de haar
Vocabulary and grammar
|Word building (agetar, pichhetar, formation of nouns from verbs and adjectives)|
|Pair of words|
|Idioms and proverbs|
Vocubulary and grammar
|Personal and formal|
Prose-Karnataka kaclalli swamtaotrya sangram
|Gan sankhaya sphot|
|Rashtra kaui kuvempa|
Poetry-Karnataka kaclalli swamtaotrya sangram
|Shri Ram Vilap|
|Ranavikrant Bhimrao Mandaragi|
|Onduvare Snatmanad Horata|
|Sandhi and samas|
|Synonyms and antonyms|
|Idioms and proverbs|
|Meaning of words and uses|
Application or letter
|Bankimchandra: Bahubal and bakyabal|
|Jagdish Chandra: Bnagiratheer ulsa basu sadhane|
|Vivekanands: Geney maney na appnimodo|
|Bamendro Suder: Ishwar Chanda|
|Rabindranath: Bappiditta Thakur|
|Bibhuti Bhusan: Achenar Ananda|
Poetry-Patha sankalan (part-1)
|Michel Madhusudan Datta: Vijaya dashomi|
|Rabindranath Thakur: Dooi beegha jamin|
|Rabindranath Thakur: Bungo mata|
|Rabindranath Thakur: Bharata beedhata|
|Satyendra Nath Dutta: Amra|
|Kazi Nazrul Islam: Kandra Hussain|
Phrases and idioms
|Some of the more typical Bengali proverbs, their usage|
|Shandhi samas, abyaya, pratyaya (taddhit) rase, alankar, chhanda, advanced compound words; diminitives|
Unseen prose and poetry unseen for appreciation of style and structure
Prose (Nasr)-Urdu ki nai kitab
|Inshaeya-(a) Patras Bukhari-saverey jo kal (b) Kanahyya Lal Kapoor-akhbaar beeni|
|Afsaana-(a) Prem Chand-ibrat (b) Rajendra Singh Bedi-garam coat|
|Khaka nigaari-Maulvi Abdul Haq-Haali|
|Mazaameen-(a) Gopi Chand Naarang-Urdu hamaari zabaan (b) Aal Ahmad Suror-Ratan nath sarshaar|
Poetry (Nazm)-Urdu ki nai kitab
|Ghazaliyat-Haali, Shaad Azeemabadi, Iqbal, Jigar, Aarzoo, Khaleel-ur-Rehmaan Aazmi|
|Nazm-Nazeer Akbar Aabadi: Roti naama, Durga Sahai Suroor: Gulzar-e-watan, Akbar Allahabadi: Nai tahzeeb, Josh Maleehabadi: East India company, Ali Sardar Jaafri: Mashriq-O-maghrib|
|Marsia-Anees Ibtedai Paanch Band|
|Rubai-Faani, Tilok Chand Mahroom|
|Idioms and proverbs|
Life and literary contribution of the authors and poets
Grammar and figures of speech
|Quavaaid-ism ki haalatein, Muzakkar, Muannas, Wahid Jaama, Faail, Mahaool, Faeil, Koi zamaaney maazi, Haal, Mustaqbil, zameer ki haalatain, Ghaib, Haazir, Mutakallim, Sifat ke darjaat|
|Asnaaf-qata, nazm, qasaseeda, marsia ki tareef aur mashhoor shoara ke naam|
|Sanai-tashbeeh, Ista-ara, Mubalegha, tareef aur misaalein|
Rapid reading (Muavin-e-mutalea)
|Umrao Jaan Ada-Mirza Ruswa|
Letter or application writing
Comprehension of unseen prose passage
|Mahanadire jyotsna vihar|
|Eve madhya vaachichhi|
|Padmini (short drama)|
Word knowledge (vocabulary)
|Synonyms, antonyms, idioms, etc|
MP Board 10th 2021 Preparation Tips
Students should follow the below given MP Board 10th preparation tips to score good marks in board examination-
- Understand the exam pattern and syllabus: Check the MP Board 10th exam pattern and try to decode the paper by analyzing the questions and the marks distribution. This will help students to figure out which topic needs more concentration.
- Study smart: Making a plan to study and giving equal time to all the subjects will help your studies a lot. Make sure that you shuffle all subjects so that boredom doesn't seep in your studies.
- Know the syllabus: Most of the students in school don’t bother to look at the syllabus and are under the impression that the whole textbook is coming. Even if it is the case, going through the syllabus is a must.
- Analyse the question: In the MP Board 10th exam 2021, try to understand what the question before writing the answers. Often, students misunderstood or read the half question in a hurry to write the answer. Hence, students should are suggested to first carefully read the question before writing.
- De-stress yourself: It is normal to be anxious during the exam. But it is not a good thing to let the stress seep in and affect your studies. To de-stress yourself, take small walks, pursue your hobbies, listen to music. Don't forget to take short breaks during your preparations.
MP Board 10th exams are broadly categorized into two groups:
- Exams with practical (theory - 75 marks, practical - 25 marks): Science
- Exam without practicals (Theory only - 100 marks): Mathematics, Social studies, English, Hindi, Urdu, Arabic, Bengali, Gujarati, French, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Persian, Russian, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu.
|Group||Max. marks||Time||Min. marks to qualify|
|External Assessment |
(1) First Language (Special)
(2) Second Language (General)
(3) Third Language (General)
|Science (Theory + Practical)||100 (75+25)||3 hours+2 hours|
25 in theory & 08 in practical
|Social Science||100||3 hours||33|
|Internal Examination |
(1) Socially Useful Productive Work
(i) Fine Art
(ii) Socially Useful Productive Work
(2) Physical & Moral Education
(3) Environmental Education & Disaster Management (Practical Part related Project Work)
Read more, NCERT Books for Class 10
Students are suggested to solve MP Board 10th sample papers to know the exam pattern, standard of questions, important topics, marking scheme and more. These sample papers/ MPBSE 10th question papers help in learning time management during the exams. Students can also check their preparedness by solving the question papers. Students should solve as many sample papers as possible to get the maximum benefits.
Also, check NCERT Solutions for Class 10
Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has sent the MP Board 10th admit card to the schools on April 10, 2021. Students can collect their admit card from the respective school or download the same from the official website. MPBSE class 10th admit card contains student's and exam's details. Every student should bring the admit card while appearing in the examination.
Steps to Download Online
- Go to the official website, mpbse.mponline.gov.in/MPBSE
- Click on the link MP Board 10th admit card
- Enter the School Code, Class, Year
- The MPBSE 10th admit card pdf will appear on your screen.
Documents Required at Exam
- School ID
- Admit Card
Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) will announce the MP Board 10th result in July 2021, tentatively. Students will be able to check their class 10th result online by entering the roll number in the given blank. Subject-wise and aggregate marks will be communicated through MPBSE 10th result. Original mark sheets will be issued by the board after the result. Students can collect it from their schools.
Steps to check MP Board class 10 result are as follows:
- Go to the official website of MP Board result: mpresults.nic.in.
- Click on the result link.
- Enter the MP Board 10th roll number and click on "Submit".
- The result will be displayed on the screen.
- Download and take a print out for future reference.
Last year, the MP Board Class 10 result was announced on July 4, 2020 in online mode.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question:What are the dates of MP Board 10th exams?
Class 10 MP board exams were all set to be conducted from April 30 to May 19, 2021. However, the exams have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Question:When will the MP Board class 10 result will be declared?
The result will be declared in July 2021, tentatively.
Question:Froom where can I get my MP Board 10th admit card 2021?
Students will be able to get their MP Board 10th admit card 2021 from your respective schools.
Question:Can I download the MP Board 10th model papers online?
Yes, MP Board 10th model papers 2021 are available to download in pdf format.
Question:What are minimum marks to pass the MP Board 10th exams 2021?
Students are required to get at least 33 per cent marks to pass the exam.
Question:What will be the difficulty level of the questions asked in the MP Board exam?
The questions will be of moderate level. For further details, you can check the MP Board model papers.
Question:What credentials are required to check the MP Board 10th result?
To check the result, you need to enter your roll number and application number.
Question:From where can I check the MP Board 10th result 2021?
You will be able to check your MP Board result 2021 at mpbse.nic.in or mpresults.nic.in
Question:Can I apply for revaluation of MP Board 10th result?
Yes, you can apply for the revaluation through schools.
Questions related to MP Board 10th
Please conduct board exams for 10th . I have studied whole year , I dont want to promote without examination and not want sufficient marks .
I understood you, but the main reason is pandemic.
If there will be exam so there will be social gathering and if anyone with suspect will be there whole student will be in trouble. So don't worry you will have chance in 12th to see your ability and perform well.
So please follow the rule of government it is for your welfare only.
Hope this helps you
Feel free to ask any questions
All the best for your future
If a MP Board student take it in class 10. can he reduce its one subject.
Hi Aspirant ,
In 10th standard the choice of the subject completely depends on the school and the marks scored in class 9.To some extent you can make a choice but generally the school gives you a choice of the subjects to be pursued in class 10th standards.You can contact school authorities for more such details.
Hope it helps!!
Is their 10th Board time table in English PDF formate?
Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education had released the MP Board 2021 exam date class 10th on January 30, 2021 and the PDF format of the same will be available on mpbse.nic.in very soon. The pdf will include the exam dates and exam day instructions for the boards examination that will be conducted from April 30 to May 15, 2021.
For more info you can visit the following link. This link also has the time table for boards examination:
is there any change in syllabus of mo Board Social Science i heard that it is replaced with ncert books?
The syllabus for Madhya Pradesh board has changed. All the details regarding the revised syllabus are mentioned in the link posted below.
15days in one exam for all subjects wil confirm or not?
If you please share your query more specifically so that I can help you out with more information regarding your query.
Different institutions having different rules. So MP boards website link here I'm sharing below.
Please keep visiting the official website for regular updates.
Please elaborate your query so that I can help you with the same more efficiently.
Hope you understand.
All the best!