MP CPCT 2018 Result of June session will be announced after successful conduct of the examination. Madhya Pradesh Agency for Promotion of Information Technology will conduct the CPCT exam on June 16 & 17, 2018. The result of MP CPCT 2018 will be uploaded on the official website. The candidates will be able to check the result by entering User Id and Password. Having qualified CPCT helps candidates get jobs at such companies that require computer proficiency. Check more details on MP CPCT 2018 Result from here.

MP CPCT 2018 Result – Jun Session

The scorecard is published after verification of all the objections received. The objections will be validated by the Objection Handling Committee. The scorecard captures total marks scored in MCQ and net typing speed for both Hindi and English Language. The test results in the final scorecard are made available at user account on CPCT portal.

Important dates for MP CPCT 2018 Results

Important Event Date
MP CPCT Feb Exam Date 16 & 17 Jun 2018
Result for the Feb Exam Jul 2018

Result: Result of June 2018 Exam will be released at Official website: cpct.mp.gov.in.

Instructions Related to CPCT Result

The candidates must download the issued scorecard. The candidates will need it at further stages. Hence, it is advised that candidates keep it safe.

The result contain the sectional and overall score. Along with it, the cutoff will be mentioned on it.

Minimum Passing Score for CPCT is 50% and is as given below for each module :

  • MCQ – 38 Marks
  • English Typing – 30 NWPM
  • Hindi Typing – 20 NWPM

The typing speed of the candidate will be assessed in Net Words per Minute (NWPM) which is scaled to an equivalent score percentage for the certification purpose (the scaled chart will be provided with score card).

Though it is mandatory for a candidate to take up both Hindi and English typing test, the score card will record scores for Computer proficiency and for each typing test separately. The candidate will be declared as ‘CPCT Qualified’ for the skill where he/ she has secured 50% marks/score and above.

The Candidates will be certified as ‘Not Qualified’ in respective sections where the scores would be less than 50% marks/score.

Based on the performance, the candidate will be certified as ‘CPCT Qualified’ as per the Skill Suitability Matrix.

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