Bihar Board 10th result 2017 declared, pass percentage is 50.12

Bihar Board 10th result 2017: The class 10 exams were conducted in the state from March 1 to 8, 2017. The results can be accessed through SMS by sending BIHAR10 ROLL NUMBER and ROLL CODE to 56263. Last year, the result was declared on May 29.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 22, 2017 2:19 pm
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The Bihar School Education Board (BSEB) has announced the results for the class 10 board exam results today, that is June 22. The overall pass percentage is 50.12. Students who have appeared for the exam can check the official website (biharboard.ac.in and indiaresults.com)  now and check again to this page to stay updated. The result of class 12 was released two weeks back.

There are times when the official websites run slow due to huge traffic, we suggest students to wait patiently and check the score after some time.

The class 10 exams were conducted in the state from March 1 to 8, 2017. Students appeared for six subjects including three languages, Mathematics, Science and Social Science. Students also had the choice of appearing for a seventh optional subject. The results can be accessed through SMS by sending BIHAR10 <space> ROLL NUMBER and ROLL CODE to 56263. Last year, the result was declared on May 29.

Recently, the board had declared the result for the class 12 board exams in the state and Ganesh Kumar from the Arts stream topped the state with 82.6 per cent. However, his results were caught in the light of controversy when it was found that the topper had lied about his age to the Board and barely knew anything about the subject for which he appeared.

After the Class 12 results were out, there have been a massive protest in the state as the students felt that the Board has been evaluating the papers very strictly. About 64 per cent students were failed this year.

This is the second year in a row that the Bihar Board toppers’ scores had to be scrutinised. Last year, it was Ruby Rai who could not even pronounce Political Science (calling it ‘Prodigal Science’), let alone understand was the subject was about (she said that Political Science had something to do with cooking), had topped the Bihar class 12 boards.

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