Bihar Board 10th Result 2020: The Bihar School Education Board (BSEB) has released the class 10 board exam result on May 26 at 12:30 pm. Over 15 lakh students await the board exam results. With this announcement, the Bihar Board has become the first in the country to announce both class 10 and 12 board exam results during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Himanshu Raj is the rank 1 holder in Bihar Board class 10 results. Son of a farmer, he has secured 481 marks out of 500 with 96.20 per cent. A close second is Durgesh Kumar with 480 marks. The third rank is jointly held by Shubham Kumar, Rajveer, and the female topper Juli Kumari with 478 marks. The overall pass percentage is 80.59 per cent, a slight dip from last year’s 80.73 per cent.
To pass, one needs to obtain 30 per cent marks in a subject individually as well as in aggregate. Further, those who failed in one exam with less than 8 per cent difference or two subjects with not more than 4 per cent of the difference in marks obtained will be passed on grace marks, as per rules.
Bar Board 10th Result 2020: When and where to check
Students can check their results at the official websites – onlinebseb.in, biharboardonline.com. Students earlier faces problem as none of the official websites was working, however, the link has been activated now. Last year, the display of the result was delayed by nearly 24 hours.
As per the official statement, the result will be available at 12:30 pm. However, due to the heavy traffic, the website might delay the display of marks. Last year, the result link was not activated till 24 hours of the declaration of the result and the board had hence faced criticism. This year, BSEB had informed to have used tech-based initiatives to declare results on time.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the result will not be displayed in individual schools, and students have to check the same at the official websites only. Further, the annual press conference where the board chairperson addresses students through media platforms will also not be held to ensure social distancing, the Bihar Board said, in an official statement.
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