MP Board Results 2014 : MPBSE Class 12th Result  (Madhya Pradesh Board) : MPBSE Results Class 12th  2014  declared today. Students can click below to check there results.

MP Board/MPBSE Board Result 2014 / (MPBSE) Class 12th(XII) The MP Board HSC Result 2014 , MP Board HSSC Result 2014 / MPBSE Class 12thResults 2014 / MP Board Class 12 HSC Results have been declared today ie 15th May 2014 at 11AM. In 2013, the MP Board Results were announced on May 21 and this year the results will be announced on May 15.


Students are eagerly waiting for their HSE Class 12th examination results since they are very important both for higher education and for your career.

It is the starting point for a student in choosing the field he wants to pursue.

The examinations for different streams and subjects were conducted successfully by MP Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) Students will be able to check there respective results by entering their roll no.

About Board of Secondary Education, Madhya Pradesh(MPBSE)

Board of Secondary Education, Madhya Pradesh (MPBSE) is a board of school education in Madhya Pradesh State of India.

The MPBSE is a Madhya Pradesh government body responsible for determining the policy-related, administrative, cognitive, and intellectual direction of the state's higher educational system.MPBSE conducts High School Certificate Examination for standard X and the Higher Secondary (School) Certificate (HSC) Exam for standard XII.

The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) regulates the system of Intermediate education in Madhya Pradesh. Set up in 1965 under the Madhya Pradesh Secondary Education Act, 1965, the MPBSE is an autonomous organization. Besides conduction secondary school annual examinations for classes X & XII, the board is also involved in recognizing new schools, inspection of the recognized schools as well as evaluation of their performance.


Here are some tips to relieve exam result stress

• Do not take any notice of what everyone else wrote down in the exam.
• Remember no amount of worrying is going to change the outcome.
• Start to think about exams you feel went well or the answers you think you got right.
• Ignore what you got on the 'mock' or 'practice' papers.
• Focus on just enjoying the holidays before you start worrying about your results.
• Focus on just enjoying the holidays before you start worrying about your results.
• Bear in mind that even if your results are bad there are still options out there so it isn't the end of the world completely.
• 'Keep Calm and Relax'.


Jagran Post  wishes all students from Madhya Pradesh, Best of Luck!