Ruk Jana Nahi exam is schedule to be start from 8th of December. Ruk Jana Nahi Admit Card has been issued by MPSOS i.e. Madhya Pradesh State Open School. Students who have applied for Ruk Jana Nahi exams are either from class 10th or class 12th. On 15th December Class 10th exam will be over and on December 20th will be the last day for class 12th.
As per report from the source, approximately 51,000 students will be appearing in both class 10th and class 12th exam fro Ruk Jana Nahi exam. Out of which 32,400 will be appearing for class 10th and rest 17,600 will be appearing for class 12th. Ruk Jana Nahi Admit Card can be downloaded from the official board website and exams will be conducted in 93 schools across whole Madhya Pradesh.
The first paper that will be on 8th December will be of Social Science subject, last subject on 15th December will be of General Language Hindi. Same like class 12th the first exam will be of Special Language that will be conducted on December 8th and last will be on 20th December of Sanskrit. Rest of the details can be checked on official website and with that only Admit Card Ruk Jana Nahi can also be downloaded.
Ruk Jana Nahi program was specially launched for the failed students in class 10th and 12th. Its was launched by State Educational Department. The exams for class 10th i.e. Secondary and class 12th Higher Secondary are conducted annually by Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE). As per regular candidates 7,94,000 students appeared in 2016-17 session. Out of 7,94000 students on 50% were able to clear the exam. In class 12th 5,43,000 students we appeared in an exam but only 67% could pass the exam. This year on 12th May MPBSE declared the result for both class 10th and 12th. This year earlier Ruk Jana Nahi exam was conducted in June.
Ruk Jana Nahi Admit Card for December 2017 have now been made available on official website like mpsos.mponline.gov.in. Registered candidates can download from there. For any assistance candidates can comment and ask.
2017 Ruk Jana Nahi result for class 10th and 12th has been released on Sunday (23 July, 2017) in the official website, Students who appeared for class 10th and 12th examinations can now check their result as it have been announced on Sunday morning. Madhya Pradesh State Open School (MPSOS) made an official announcement which notified that the result of students who appeared for the examinations conducted in June 2017 under the state board’s 2016 introduced scheme ‘Ruk Jana Nahi’, has been released.
Students can now easily download their result from the official website, students by logging into the Ruk Jana Nahi website and entering their roll number and other required information can easily download their respective results.
Each year thousands of students appear for both class 10th and 12th examination, and this year as per official notification, a total of 79,317 students appeared for 2017 Ruk jana Nahi exams. The numbers include 10th as well 12th class students who applied this year. The MPSOS result 2017 of students who were appearing as fourth phase from last year as well as those students who appeared for the first time this year, can check their result now at the MPSOS website.
The MP SOS xams are conducted for the students who fail to secure the passing marks in their class 10 or class 12 annual board examinations which are conducted in March. From June 19 to July 3, 2017, the Ruk Jana Nahi class 10th and 12th exams were conducted. The fourth phase/time that the Ruk jana Nahi exams were conducted as after the scheme’s introduction last year in June (2016), the exams were further held in September’16 and December’16.
While last year for MPSOS, it was a matter of weeks of delay and uncertainty in declaring the results, this time the MP Board has done the same on time and leaving space for students to get themselves involved in the admission process. As for the performance recorded here, the passing percentage recorded in the class 10 results came out at mere 11 pc and for 12th class, the same is 43 pc.
For more information students can visit the official website.