Madhya Pradesh Board Class 9

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About Exam

About Exam

Exam Brief

The Board of Secondary Education, Madhya Pradesh, is a state board for school-level education. The board follows the CBSE curriculum, and it was established in 1965 to regulate and supervise the Secondary Level Education System in the MP State. The MPBSE is responsible for conducting the 5th, 8th, 10th, and 12th Annual Exam (for all other classes, the exams are done at the school level under the syllabus and guidance of the board). 

Class 9 Madhya Pradesh Board Exam is an internal school-level exam. Any student who has taken admission into Class 9 in any Madhya Pradesh Board affiliated school is eligible to take part in this exam. This examination is one of the important examinations in a student’s life for their career progression. The MP Board conducted the final examination for Class 9 on March 16th, 2022.  

Exam Summary

 

Name of the Exam 9th Madhya Pradesh Board Examination
Conducting Body Board of Secondary Education, Madhya Pradesh
Theory Marks 80 Marks
Internal Assessment/ Practical/ Project Work 20 Marks
Overall Passing Marks 33% Marks
Frequency of the Exam Twice a year
(1) Term I Examination
(2) Term II Examination/Year-end Examination
Official Website mpbse.nic.in

 

Official Website Link

mpbse.nic.in

Syllabus and Blueprint

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus for MPBSE Class 9

If one knows the syllabus he/she knows what to study & what not to. Knowing the syllabus helps a student to keep a record of what they have studied and how much the gap plays a very important role in a students life. It makes you disciplined and sincere. 

Madhya Pradesh Board Class 9 Syllabus consists of various subjects and each subject has a different syllabus.

Here, the MP Board Class 9 Syllabus for the key subjects are given below:

Special English Syllabus

Time: 3 hrs. 
Maximum Marks – 50

Distribution of Marks

Unit No. Item Marks
1 Prose 32
2 Poetry 12
3 Vocabulary 10
4 Grammar 15
5 Unseen passage 08
6 Precis 08
7 Essay-writing 10
8 Letter-writing 05
Total Marks 100

 

Unit No. Lessons/Poems/Topics
1. Prose – Lessons 1 to 19 Book Prescribed – “Language through Literature”
Prepared by Central Institute of English & Foreign Languages & Published by Oxford University Press New Delhi.
2. Poetry – Study of the following poems. 1- Pippa’s Song
2- Everyone Sang
3- Milk for the Cat
4- Loveliest of Trees
5- Beauty.
3. Vocabulary – Words and phrases from the lessons of the textbook
4. Grammar – (i) List of structures : (S= Subject of the sentence; V= Verb, MV = Main Verb)
1. It + to be + Subject – complement adjective + Subject infinitive phrase
2. S. + V + Adjective + to infinitive
3. S. + V + gerund.
4. S. + V + Pronoun / Noun + Preposition + (Pronoun)
5. S. + V + Conjunction + clause.
6. If – clause (with a verb in past tense) + main clause.
7. S. + V + To – infinitive
8. If + to be + Subject – complement (Noun/Adj)+ Subject
9. S. + V + Noun / Pronoun + infinitive.
10. S. + V+ as adverbial clause
11. S. + V + preposition + prepositional object.
12. S. + V + To – infinitive (of purpose)
13. S. + V + Noun / Pronoun + Adverbial
14. S. + V + Adjective + “To – infinitive”(PDN)
15. S. + V + (not)” To – infinitive.
16. S. + V + that clause as (Object)
17. It + V (to be) Subject complement (Gerundial Phrase)+ that clause as subject
18. S. + V (to be) + Subject complement (adjective + prepositional phrase) + Adverbial
19. It + V + Subject complement + Adverbial infinitive phrase
20. S. + V (other than “be + Subject complement” (adjective)
21. Their + V (to be) + Subject – complement with a participial phrase working as adjective
22. (a) If clause + main clause in the present tense.
(b) If clause + main clause in the future tense.
(c) If clause with a “To-infinitive” as an object to the Verb and Main clause with “must. + MV.”
23. S + V + that clause as an object (that is optional here).
24. S + V + gerund + “To-infinitive”.
25. S +(Noun/Pronoun)+ V + “To-infinitive” + object of infinitive.
26. S + V + (be going + infinitive)
27. S + V + too + Adjective + To-infinitive
28. S + V + objective – (pronoun) + adverbial particles,
29. S + V + Pronoun – Noun + past participle
30. S + V + Adverbial complement (prepositional phrase)
31. S + V + Gerund.
32. S + Ought + To-infinitive
33. S + V + Noun / Pronoun + adverbial complement
34. S + V + that clause
5. Unseen – Simple unseen passages as per standard of the students of class IX are to be given to make them understand the meaning of the passage. so as to answer the questions given below the passage. Practice of some unseen passages should be done in the class.
6. Précis Some passages to be given for precise writing (of about one hundred words.)
7. Essay writing Enlargement of simple, current, topics in about 250 words.
8. Letter – writing Formal and informal letters of all kinds.

General English Syllabus

Time: 3 hrs. 
Maximum Marks – 50

Distribution of Marks

Unit No. Item Marks
1 Prose (including Vocabulary) 12
2 Poetry 06
3 Grammar 09
4 Unseen passage 05
5 Essay-writing 08
6 Letter-writing 05
7 Translation 05
Total Marks 50

Prescribed Book- English Reader Book – IV adopted & compiled by the Board of Secondary Education, M.P. Bhopal. All the eleven lessons of the book.

Unit No. Lessons/Poems/Topics
UNIT – 1 Prose – lessons 1. The Holidays
2. Independence Day
3. Our Five Year Plans I
4. Our Five Year Plans II
5. The Story of the Aeroplane I
6. The Story of the Aeroplane II
7. Raja Jai Singh
8. Abraham Lincoln
9. The Rules of the Road
10. Trees.
11. Galileo
UNIT – 2 Poetry – All the six poems from the prescribed book 1. Try Again
2. My Shadow
3. The Ant & the Cricket
4. Rain in Summer
5. Full Moon
6. A Nation’s Strength
UNIT – 3 Grammar 1. Going to …………………………… verb
We are going to spend the holidays in our village.
2. Adjective ……………………………… infinitive.
Eager to learn. afraid to go, etc.
3. Passive of Present Perfect.
A road has been built and now buses come to my village.
4. Noun ……………………………… infinitive.
I have some letters to post.
5. Adjective clauses ……………………………….
The pen that I lost has been found.
6. Not only ……………………………… as well
The dams not only save water of our rivers for irrigation but also
do other things as well.
7. Noun Clauses.
Tell me where the post office is.
8. Present participle in Participial phrases,
He came back home bringing the mail.
9. Gerund (after preposition)
Birds fly by flapping their wings.
10. Present Participle (attributive).
A moving train, a cheering crowd,
11. Past participle (forming an adjectival phrase)
They went up in a balloon filled with hot air.
12. Used to ……………………………… verb.
We used to buy sugar by the pound: we now buy it by the kilo.
13. Past Perfect Tense.
He didn’t know the servant; he hadn’t seen him before.
14. Past Participle (Attributive)
i.e. spoilt child, boiled rice
15. Adverbial clauses (with ‘as’ and ‘if’)
If it rains, we can’t have a game.
As the train moved off, my friends waved goodbye to me
16. Relative clause (non-defining)
Lal Bahadur, who became Prime Minister of India was born in a poor home.
17. Noun + verb + noun + past participle (object complement)
I found his house locked
18. Pronoun with “self/selves” (emphatic)
The Emperor led the army himself.
The Emperor himself led the army
19. Adverbial Clauses ( with “because” and ‘though’)
Though he is very old, he is very strong.
I believe it because my father saw it with his own eyes.
20. Adverbial clauses (with ”where” and ‘so that’)
Where there are lots of trees, the air is cool.
Note this down so that you may not forget it.
21. Ought to + verb.
We ought to obey our parents.
22. Adverbial clauses (with ‘since’ for reason and ‘as’ for manner)
Since you say so, I am ready to believe it. Do as your father tells you to do.
23. Noun clauses (as complement)
This is how he became rich.
24. Passive infinitive
Some trees are known to grow to a height of 400 feet.
25. Passive voice + infinitive.
Porus wanted to be treated as a king.
26. As + adjective + as
Ashok is not as old as Mohan.
27. Seem + infinitive.
The sun seems to go round the earth. but it does not.
28. Noun clause (as subject of a sentence)
What I tell you is the whole truth.
29. Infinitive as subject
To drive fast on a crowded road may easily cause accidents.
UNIT – 4 Unseen. passage of about 200 words.
UNIT – 5 Essay-writing of about 250 words.
UNIT – 6 Letter-writing / Application
UNIT – 7 Translation.

Following detailed syllabus of the main three subjects: 

  • MPBSE Class 9 Mathematics
  • MPBSE Class 9 Science
  • MPBSE Class 9 Social Science

Mathematics Syllabus

There are a total of 15 chapters in the Syllabus of Mathematics. They are given in the below table:

Chapter. No.  Chapter Name
1 Number Systems
2 Polynomials
3 Coordinate Geometry
4 Linear Equations in Two Variables
5 Introduction to Euclid’s Geometry
6 Lines and Angles
7 Triangles
8 Quadrilaterals
9 Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles
10 Circles
11 Constructions
12 Heron’s Formula
13 Surface Areas and Volumes
14 Statistics
15 Probability

First Term Syllabus for Class 9 Mathematics

Chapter. No. Chapter Name
1  Number Systems
3  Coordinate Geometry
4  Linear Equations in Two Variables
6  Lines and Angles
7  Triangles
12  Heron’s Formula
14  Statistics

Mathematics chapters in the First term and Second Term:

Chapter. No. Chapter Name
2 Polynomials
8 Quadrilaterals
10 Circles
11 Constructions
13 Surface Areas and Volumes
15 Probability

MPBSE Syllabus for Class 9 Science

There are a total of 15 chapters in the syllabus of Science. The Science subjects can be further classified into Physics, Chemistry, and Biology:

Chapter. No.  Chapter Name
1 Matter in Our Surroundings
2 Is Matter Around Us Pure
3 Atoms and Molecules
4 Structure of The Atom
5 The Fundamental Unit of Life
6 Tissues
7 Diversity in Living Organisms
8 Motion
9 Force and Laws of Motion
10 Gravitation
11 Work and Energy
12 Sound
13 Why Do We Fall ill
14 Natural Resources
15 Improvement on Food Production

Science Chapters in the First Term:

Chapter. No. Chapter Name
2 Is Matter Around Us Pure
5 The Fundamental Unit of Life
6 Tissues
8 Motion
9 Force and Laws of Motion

Science Chapters in the Second Term:

Chapter. No. Chapter Name
3  Atoms and Molecules
4 Structure of The Atom
10 Gravitation
11 Work and Energy
13 Why Do We Fall ill

MPBSE Syllabus for Class 9 Social Science 

There are a total of 20 chapters in the syllabus of Social Science. This subject is further divided into History, Geography, Political Science, and Economics:

MPBSE Syllabus for Class 9 Social Science
History Geography Political Science Economics
The French Revolution India – Size and Location What is Democracy?
Why Democracy?
The Story of Village Palampur
Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution Physical Features of India Constitutional Design People as Resource
Nazism and the Rise of Hitler Drainage Electoral Politics Poverty as a Challenge
Forest Society and Colonialism Climate Working of Institutions Food Security in India
Pastoralists in the Modern World Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Democratic Rights  
  Population    

Social Science Chapters in the First Term and Second Term:

First Term Syllabus for Class 9 Social Science
History Geography Political Science Economics
The French Revolution India – Size and Location What is Democracy?
Why Democracy?
The Story of Village Palampur
  Physical Features of India Constitutional Design People as Resource

 

Second Term Syllabus for Class 9 Social Science
History Geography Political Science Economics
Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution      
Nazism and the Rise of Hitler Drainage Electoral Politics Poverty as a Challenge
  Climate Working of Institutions  
  Natural Vegetation and Wildlife    

 

Exam Blueprint

Exam Blueprint (Chapter Level Marks Weightage)

The marking scheme for class 9th annual exam is:

Board Test (Paper pen Test) = 80 Marks

Internal Assessment = 20 Marks

Total Marks (80+20) = 100 Marks

Mathematics Blueprint for MPBSE Class 9

Unit No. Unit Name Period (P) Marks (M)
1. Number Systems 18 08
2. Algebra 26 17
3. Coordinate – Geometry 06 04
4. Geometry 81 28
5. Mensuration 16 13
6. Statistics and Probability 19 10
Total (Board Test) 166 (P) 80 (M)
Internal Assessment 20 (M)

Science Blueprint for MPBSE Class 9

Unit No. Unit Name Period (P) Marks (M)
1. Matter – Its Nature and Behaviour 50 23
2. Organisation in the Living World 45 20
3. Motion, Force, and Work 60 27
4. Our Environment 15 06
5. Food, Food Production 10 04
Total (Board Test) 180 (P) 80 (M)
Internal Assessment 20 (M)

Social Science Blueprintfor MPBSE Class 9

Unit No. Unit Name Period (P) Marks (M)
1. India and the Contemporary World – I 60 20
2. Contemporary India – I 55 20
3. Democrats Politics 50 20
4. Economics 50 20
Total (Board Test) 215 (P) 80 (M)
Internal Assessment 20 (M)

Grading System in MPBSE Class 9 Examination

Schools follow a grading system to award the performance of students in exams. Students can check the grading system below: 

Marks Range Grade
91 to 100 A1
81 to 90 A2
71 to 80 B1
61 to 70 B2
51 to 60 C1
41 to 50 C2
33 to 40 D
32 and below E (Essential Repeat)

Practical/Experiments list & Model writeup

List of Experiments:

S.No Topics
1

1. Preparation of: a) a true solution of common salt, sugar, and alum 
b) a suspension of soil, chalk powder, and fine sand in water 
c) a colloidal solution of starch in water and egg albumin/milk in water and distinguish between these on the basis of: i) transparency  ii) filtration criterion  iii) stability

2 2. Preparation of:  
a) A mixture  
b) A compound using iron filings and sulphur powder and distinguishing between these on the basis of: 
i) appearance, i.e., homogeneity and heterogeneity 
ii) behaviour towards a magnet 
iii) behaviour towards carbon disulphide as a solvent 
iv) effect of heat
3 3. Separation of the components of a mixture of sand, common salt, and ammonium chloride (or camphor)
4 4. Perform the following reactions and classify them as physical or chemical changes: 
a) Iron with copper sulphate solution in water 
b) Burning of magnesium ribbon in air 
c) Zinc with dilute sulphuric acid d) Heating of copper sulphate crystals 
e) Sodium sulphate with barium chloride in the form of their solutions in water
5 5. Preparation of stained temporary mounts of: 
a) onion peel 
b) human cheek cells & record observations and draw their labelled diagrams
6 6. Identification of Parenchyma, Collenchyma, and Sclerenchyma tissues in plants, striped, smooth, and cardiac muscle fibres and nerve cells in animals, from prepared slides. Draw their labelled diagrams
7 7. Determination of the melting point of ice and the boiling point of water
8 8. Verification of the Laws of reflection of sound
9 9. Determination of the density of solid (denser than water) by using a spring balance and a measuring cylinder
10 10. Establishing the relation between the loss in weight of a solid when fully immersed in 
a) Tap water 
b) Strongly salty water with the weight of water displaced by it by taking at least two different solids
11 11. Determination of the speed of a pulse propagated through a stretched string/slinky (helical spring)
12 12. A study of the characteristics of Spirogyra, Agaricus, Moss, Fern, Pinus (either with male or female cones) and an Angiospermic plant.
Draw and give two identifying features of the groups they belong to
13 13. Observe the given pictures/charts/models of earthworm, cockroach, bony fish, and bird. For each organism, draw their picture and record 
a) one specific feature of its phylum 
b) one adaptive feature with reference to its habitat
14 14. Verification of the law of conservation of mass in a chemical reaction
15 15. Study of the external features of root, stem, leaf, and flower of monocot and dicot plants

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Preparation Tips

Never wait until the last minute to prepare. Preparing at the last minute is not the best way to prepare for any exam. Prepare well in advance.

A) Organize your place for study
Ensure that you have sufficient space for study, big enough to arrange your textbooks, exercise books and notes out. The room has sufficient light arrangement and enough ventilation. The chair and table should be comfortable because you will use them 8 to 10 hours everyday. 

B) Use flow charts, video and diagrams
Use visual aids as much as possible for your preparation. Those are really helpful. Use flowcharts, maps, diagrams also wherever necessary. 

C) Practice previous years question papers and sample papers
Practicing on the previous years question papers is considered one of the best ways to prepare for an exam. This helps you understand the question pattern, marking scheme, depth of the different topics and chapters on the syllabus and the time management of the whole paper.

D) Explain your answers to others 
If you have somebody around you (such as your parents, friends, brothers or sisters, neighbours, who can understand your subjects), show them the answer prepared for you and ask for help in preparing a proper answer. 

E) Organize a study group with your friends
Establish a study group with you like minded students, meet from time to time and discuss various problems in the group. Make sure that the group is not too big and you use the group for a good reason. Do not waste time gossiping in the group. 

F) Take regular breaks
You need to keep yourself free from stress. Continuous study may create stress in you. So, take a break from studying regularly to keep you afresh. 

G) Create a proper study plan
Make a proper and balanced study plan giving due importance to all the subjects. Make a revision plan also and make the revision plan an integral part of the study plan. From time to time, analyse the level of preparation that you have achieved so far and make necessary amendments in both the study plan and the revision plan. 

H) take food of your choice 
From time to time take food or dishes that you like the most. This gives you mental satisfaction and keeps you mentally healthy.

I) Plan activities of your exam day 
Keep every item to be taken to the exam hall ready in advance. These items may include pens, pencils (well cut, ready to be used), geometrical box, pencil cutter, eraser, calculator (if allowed in the exam), admit card etc. Know all the rules and requirements, plan your route to the school, journey time and mode of transport to be taken to the exam centre.

Exam Taking Strategy

  1. Never reach the examination centre. Arrive early enough allowing yourself some time to settle down comfortably.
  2. Make a note of the instructions given by the examiner or invigilator just before the start of the exam. 
  3. Read all the instructions regarding how to answer etc., given in the question paper properly. 
  4. Read all the questions and make a plan for yourself to answer the easier questions first and then the difficult questions. Mark this plan on the question paper.
  5. Do not take too many toilets and other breaks because it diverts your attention and flow of writing. 
  6. Do not use any unfair means in the exam. It may lead to cancellation of your candidature for the exam. 
  7. If you have some time left at the end, revise your answers and correct them if any mistake is found. 

Detailed Study plan

  1. Prepare a detailed study plan right at the beginning of the year looking at different chapters and topics in all the subjects. 
  2. Revision is important at a regular frequency. Make a revision plan depending on your gap and make the revision plan as a part of the study plan.
  3. Set a timetable for yourself and abide by the same. Self-discipline is important.
  4. Mathematics is a very important subject. It needs repeated practice. So, mathematics may need a bit extra attention. Give yourself about 2 hours of mathematics every day.
  5. Study all the other subjects (other than mathematics) for at least 1 hour daily.
  6. Science consists of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Give at least 1.5 hours for studying each of them.
  7. Social science consists of History, Geography, and Civics. Allocate 1 hours to study Social science subjects. However you may study those subjects on alternate days.
  8. Literature subjects can be studied for 1 hour daily.
  9. Make a collection of all the formulas of mathematics and the different data, facts and figures in a separate exercise book and go through them from time to time and memorise them.
  10. Take regular breaks between studies. Do not make it monotonous for yourself. It may be counterproductive then.
  11. Take a proper, balanced and nutritious food of your choice.

Recommended Chapters

We need to study every chapter in a detailed manner. But few chapters need to give more weightage. These are described below:

Recommended Chapters for Mathematics MPBSE Class 9

  1. Number Systems
  2. Lines and Angles
  3. Triangles
  4. Polynomials
  5. Quadrilaterals
  6. Circles
  7. Constructions
  8. Surface Areas and Volumes
  9. Statistics

Recommended Chapters for Science MPBSE Class 9

  1. Force and Laws of Motion
  2. Gravitation
  3. Work and Energy
  4. Atoms and Molecules
  5. Structure of the Atoms
  6. Fundamental Unit of Life
  7. Tissues
  8. Why Do We Fall ill

Recommended Chapters for Social Science MPBSE Class 9

  1. The French Revolution
  2. Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution
  3. Nazism and the Rise of Hitler
  4. India – Size and Location
  5. Climate
  6. Constitutional Design
  7. Electoral Politics
  8. The Story of Village Palampur
  9. Poverty as a Challenge

Exam Counselling

Exam counselling

Student Counselling

The main objective of the Student Counselling is to help students in overcoming anxiety and stress and make them aware of their highest potential. Through the counselling, a student can discuss freely and comfortably their problems related to their academic activities. CBSE (MPBSE Board follows CBSE syllabus) has launched a mobile application-based app called “CBSE Dost for Life” to improve the psychosocial wellness of students and parents of classes 9-12 during this pandemic. Training counsellors and principals gave live counselling sessions and expert advice thrice a week through this app. In this app, students and parents can choose any students and parents of the two-time slots: between 9.30 am to 1.30 pm or 1.30 pm to 5.30 pm according to their convenience and connect through a chatbox. This app also provides materials related to education, society, emotion, mental health tips, and behaviour. This app aims to bring ease, convenience, and utility for students and parents in a safe home environment. CBSE also conducts teleconsulting facilities free of cost for students and parents. CBSE also provided t with some material on social, emotional, and behavioural issues like exam anxiety, internet addiction disorder, depression, special use disorder, specific learning ability, aggression, among others, dealing with the current pandemic, and Covid appropriate behaviours on their website and also on YouTube channel of CBSE. All MPBSE students may avail this opportunity.

Exam Talks

Exam talks

Parent Talks

India is a large country. Infrastructure for online education is not equal in all parts of the country. At individual level also, not every student has access to the online classes arranged by the school, private tutors, coaching institutes etc. The parents of the students have to play a major role here. They have to understand the need of the hour in this pandemic situation and help and support their kids with everything possible to their level best, so that the students prepare well.

Important Dates

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Exam Date

MP Board 9th Timetable 2022 helps the students to plan their studies accordingly. The timetable is available on the official website of the MPBSE. However, candidates can refer to the table below for MPBSE 2022 timetable for class 9.

March 16, 2022

Mathematics

March 21, 2022 

English

March 23, 2022 

Urdu

March 24, 2022

Hindi

March 30, 2022 

Science

April 1, 2022 

Marathi, Painting (For Dumb and Deaf students), Music (For Blind students)

April 4, 2022 

Social Science

April 6, 2022

NSQF (National Skills Qualification Framework) associated subjects

April 12, 2022

Sanskrit

Result Date

The exam results for 2022 exams are expected to be declared in May 2022.

FAQs

Freaquently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. What is the official website of MP Board?
A. Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) official website is mpbse.nic.in.

Q2. Has the MP Board reduced 9th Class syllabus?
A. MP Board 9th Syllabus 2022 has been reduced by the MPBSE for the Academic Year 2022. MP Board 9th Class Syllabus includes the Official Language Hindi, English & Urdu Subject-wise.

Q3. How can I download MP Board 9th Class Syllabus?
A. Open the link provided above or go to MP Board official website. On the homepage, go to the MPBSE 9th Class Syllabus 2022 link. Download the Language Hindi, English & Urdu.

Q4. Will MP Board 9th Class students follow NCERT Syllabus?
A. The Governmental Board of School Education has made it mandatory for schools affiliated with the MP Board to use the syllabus published by NCERT.

Q5. When will the MPBSE 9th Class annual exam start?
A. Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education will conduct the class 9 exam from February 10 to 25, 2022.

Q6. How to download MP Board 9th exam timetable 2022?
A. The students of class 9 who want to participate in the annual exam can download the schedule @mpbse.nic.in or from the details updated here.

Q7. Is MP Board Class 9 Timetable 2022 released?
A. Yes, the MP board class 9 exam timetable is released.

Q8. What details will be there in MP 9th Class Timetable 2022?
A. Basic details like subjects exam date & timing will be there.

Dos and Donts

Q1. What is the official website of MP Board?
A. Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) official website is mpbse.nic.in.

Q2. Has the MP Board reduced 9th Class syllabus?
A. MP Board 9th Syllabus 2022 has been reduced by the MPBSE for the Academic Year 2022. MP Board 9th Class Syllabus includes the Official Language Hindi, English & Urdu Subject-wise.

Q3. How can I download MP Board 9th Class Syllabus?
A. Open the link provided above or go to MP Board official website. On the homepage, go to the MPBSE 9th Class Syllabus 2022 link. Download the Language Hindi, English & Urdu.

Q4. Will MP Board 9th Class students follow NCERT Syllabus?
A. The Governmental Board of School Education has made it mandatory for schools affiliated with the MP Board to use the syllabus published by NCERT.

Q5. When will the MPBSE 9th Class annual exam start?
A. Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education will conduct the class 9 exam from February 10 to 25, 2022.

Q6. How to download MP Board 9th exam timetable 2022?
A. The students of class 9 who want to participate in the annual exam can download the schedule @mpbse.nic.in or from the details updated here.

Q7. Is MP Board Class 9 Timetable 2022 released?
A. Yes, the MP board class 9 exam timetable is released.

Q8. What details will be there in MP 9th Class Timetable 2022?
A. Basic details like subjects exam date & timing will be there.

List of Educational Institutions

About Exam

List of Schools in Madhya Pradesh

There are more than 1000 schools affiliated to the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education.
Some of the schools are given below:

Sl no Name of the School
1 Girls P.S. Agar Chawani
2 Girls M.S. Agar Chawani
3 P.S. Lasu Dli
4 Gudness Public School Agar Malwa
5 Govt. Hs. Excell. Agar
6 The Shepherd School
7 P.S. Bhayana
8 P.S. Lakhman Khedi
9 M.S. Bhayana
10 Boys M.S. Agar Chawani
11 Govt. Hss Model Agar
12 M.S. Lakhman Khedi
13 M.S. Bhadwa
14 P.S. Kishanpura
15 Praivt Hss Pushpa Convent Agar
16 M.S. Malikhedi
17 M.S. Nipania Baijnath
18 Madarsa Ishan Islamiya Agar Chawani
19 Satellite Shala Banskhedi Agar
20 P.S. Chikli Goyal

Parent Counselling

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Parent Counselling for MPBSE class 9

Parent counselling mostly focuses on encouraging positive behaviour, managing undesired behaviour, and understanding their children’s emotional needs. Parent counselling assists parents in coping with a variety of issues that affect their children by providing appropriate guidance, resources, and expertise. Parents should be more aware of the potential employment choices for their children in the near future.

Future Exams

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Future Exams for MPBSE Class 9

The list of exams that a 8th grade student under Madhya Pradesh Board has to appear for his / her future progression of study are given below:

Sl no Exams
1 10th Madhya Pradesh Board Exam
2 11th Madhya Pradesh Board Exam
3 12th Madhya Pradesh Board Exam


Even while studying in the same grade (9th), the students can appear for the exams listed below for their own skill improvement, merit certificates and scholarships.

Sl no Name of the Exam
1 International Science Olympiad (ISO)
2 International Maths Olympiad (IMO)
3 English International Olympiad (EIO)
4 English International Olympiad (EIO)
5 General Knowledge International Olympiad (GKIO)
6 International Computer Olympiad (ICO)
7 International Drawing Olympiad (IDO)
8 National Essay Olympiad (NESO)
9 National Social Studies Olympiad (NSSO)
10 NTSE (National talent Search Examination)

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