Madhya Pradesh State Open School (MPSOS), Bhopal has issued the admit card of Ruk Jana Nahi exam slated to commence from December 8. The students of Class 10 and Class 12 are required to download Ruk Jana Nahi admit card from the Board’s website. The exam of Class 10 will end on December 15, while December 20 will be the last exam day for Class 12 students.
As per the reports fetched from MPSOS, total 50,131 students have registered to give Ruk Jana Nahi examination this December. For Class 10, 32,397 students will be taking the Ruk Jana Nahi exam, while the subject-wise count comes to 51,675. 17,734 students will appear for Class 12 exam and the subject-wise count comes to 22,958. The Ruk Jana Nahi examination will be conducted in 93 schools.
MP Board Ruk Jana Nahi exam of Class 10 will begin on December 8 and the paper will be of Social Science. The last paper will be General Language (Hindi) on December 15. The Class 12 exam will begin on December 8 with Special Language (Hindi/ English/ Urdu) on December 8 and end with Special Language (Sanskrit) on December 20. The students can check the detailed timetable of Ruk Jana Nahi exam from MPSOS website.
Ruk Jana Nahi admit card for December 2017 exam has been now made available for the registered students. The students can download their admit card from mpsos.mponline.gov.in, they will have to provide the roll number for the same.
The Ruk Jana Nahi program was launched by the State Education Department for giving a second chance to failed students of Class 10 & 12. The annual examinations of Class 10 (Secondary) and Class 12 (Higher Secondary) are conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) each year. This year, the board examinations were conducted in the month of March.
Out of 7,94,054 regular students in the academic session (2016-17), only 49.86 percent could pass the exam. In Class 12, 5,43,348 students appeared in the exam and 67.87% were declared pass. The results of MP board exam were declared by MPBSE on May 12. For the failed students, MPSOS had first conducted the Ruk Jana Nahi exam in June.