Bhopal: Minister of State for School Education (Independent Charge) Shri Inder Singh Parmar has congratulated the students who have passed in the Higher Secondary Board 2020 examinations of the Board of Secondary Education and wished them a bright future. To those student who have not passed, he said these results are not the result of our life or future, success and failure are parts of life. We should be encouraged with our successes and learn from the failures. Recalling the words of the former President and great scientist Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam on the occasion, he said that if you FAIL in any attempt, do not stop trying, FAIL simply means ‘First Attempt In Learning’!
Failed students will get two opportunities again
School Education Minister Shri Parmar said that the “Ruk Jana Nahin” Yojana has been implemented for those students who failed in the examination hence they should not get disappointed. Failed students will be given two opportunities to write the exam under this scheme. Unsuccessful students will be able to fill the form through the MP online kiosk by August 5. If for some reason the students are not able to pass the examination in August 2020, then they will be able to appear in the remaining subjects in which they failed in December 2020 also. For this, they will have to reapply through MP Online.
Laptops will be given to outstanding students
School Education Minister Shri Parmar has said that the government is starting the scheme to give laptops to meritorious students of the state. Under this, the government will provide Rs. 25 thousand as incentive to purchase laptops and citation to the meritorious students. The benefit of this scheme will be given to the students who have excelled in the 12th main examination conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education for the academic session 2019-20. The benefit of the scheme will be available to both regular and private students.