Free Press Journal
  • MP results: MPBSE finds itself in soup after declaring results of class 10 and 12 based on caste

    Bhopal : The declaration of results of classes 10 and 12 by the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) by tagging the successful candidates in various ‘caste-based’ categories has triggered a row. Hitting out at the ruling BJP over the development, the Congress said the move amounted to dividing the state on “caste lines”. The education board, however, said there was no caste-wise segregation of students in the results declared on

  • Bhopal: MPBSE rejects 1800 forms, students hit road in protest

    Bhopal: Instead of preparing for the Class XII board just round the corner, hundreds of students took to streets to protest against MPBSE for rejecting their examination forms. The MP Board of Secondary Education board has put at stake careers of hundreds of students by rejecting their forms at eleventh hour.

  • Bhopal: Asaram Ashram unaffected by godman’s fall from grace

    Bhopal: Though Godman Asaram Bapu is behind bars for more than two years now, it is business as usual at his Ashram and school at Airport Road in the city. “Sant Shri Asaramji Ashram Gurukul Evam Gaushala” reads the board above the imposing gate that leads to sprawling ashram. At the point where the road leading to the ashram hives off from the Airport Road, stands the “Asaram Bapu Bus Stop”.

  • Bhopal: MPBSE helpline to go dead from tomorrow

    Bhopal: The MP Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) Helpline, which has been the source of succour and comfort for lakhs of exam-stressed students, will not be available from Independence Day. Monday will be the last day of function of the helpline and it will be operational from January next year.

  • Bhopal: MPBSE topper won’t get admission in a college of national repute

    Bhopal: These would have been mere figures a pastime for number-crunchers to mull on but for the fact that they have an important bearing on the future of lakhs of students, who, after clearing their final school examinations, will be entering the world of higher education.

  • Bhopal: Students’ calls on MPBSE helpline crosses 1K per day

    Bhopal: A week after the announcement of class X and XII results, students’ calls on MPBSE’s helpline have gone up to thousand per day. Notably the helpline, since its launch in February this year, has received around 27,000 calls from students in just three months. Interestingly, the helpline is not only getting calls from different places in MP but from other states too. Even two international calls have also been received.

  • MPBSE results: Passing percentage dips by 40% in Alirajpur

    No matter what the state government might be claiming, but there is no improvement in the education scene in the state. At least that is what the results of the high school and higher secondary examinations conducted by MPBSE indicate. The pass percentage in the high school and higher secondary exams has fallen by one and four per cent respectively vis-à-vis last year. The results were announced on Friday.

  • MPBSE results: ‘Failure in exams not end of road’

    BHOPAL: In view of the announcement of results of the high school and higher secondary examinations conducted by the MPBSE on Friday, various organisations and individuals have appealed to students and their parents not to lose heart in case of failure or scoring less than expected marks.

  • Indore: Labourer’s deaf-mute son emerges state topper

    Indore: Shankarlal Pathare, a deaf and mute boy, has made his labourer parents proud with making it to the state’s Class XII merit list which was released by Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) on Thursday.

  • Bhopal: MPBSE exam admit cards to be uploaded on February 3

    BHOPAL: The board exam of Class 12 will start from March 1st and the Class 10 board exam will be from March 2. The exams of both the classes will start in the morning shift from 8.30am till 11.30am.

  • Bhopal: MPBSE helpline for students from February 1

    BHOPAL: MP Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) is going to launch its helpline services from February 1 to provide guidance to the students in their psychological, educational and personal problems emerging during examination time. The Board has taken services of psychologists. The students will be able to get guidance related to their examination related personal and psychological problems on phone numbers 0755-2570248, 0755-2570258 and mobile numbers 9424495482 and 9424495483 between 8 am

  • Bhopal: This plane is out of bounds for children

    BHOPAL: Jahaj Park, Ravi Shankar Nagar is in a poor condition. People have stopped visiting the park because of lack of proper maintenance. MP Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) maintains the Park.

  • Commotion over reservations again; Cong stages walkout

    BHOPAL : Dissatisfied with the reply of the Legislative Affairs Minister Narottam Mishra on the issue of the controversial question regarding caste-based reservations in the question paper of the twelfth class examination conducted by the MPBSE, the main opposition Congress staged a walk-out from the House on Thursday.  After the Minister’s statement, Congress MLA Ramnivas Rawat demanded action against ‘Vidhyochit Adhikari’ of MP Board of Secondary Education.  He also said all students should

  • MPBSE declares 932 centres as sensitive for board exams

    BHOPAL : To conduct free and fair high school and higher secondary school exams, Madhya Pradesh Education Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has identified 663 sensitive and 269 hyper sensitive examination centres. The observers and police force will be deployed in these exam centres.

  • Pvt schools up in arms against fee guidelines; decide to demand changes

    BHOPAL: Private schools affiliated to both MPBSE and CBSE are up in arms against the fees guidelines issued by State government. Their associations announced to hold a meeting to decide their further course of action and submit representation to the government for making changes in the guideline. CBSE schools, including schools being run by Christian missionaries, will hold a meeting in Bhopal soon. “Private schools of different cities are presently discussing common