Updated: May 26, 2020 5:12:23 pm
Bihar Board BSEB 10th Result 2020: The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) will not release the results of class 10 examination today. The board chairman Anand Kishore earlier told indianexpress.com that the results of matric examination may be released today, as the post-evaluation process is completed.
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This year, over 15.29 lakh candidates have appeared for the Bihar Board matric exam. While the result will be available at the official website, biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in, students can register with indianexpress.com to get their results as well. The Board has earlier declared class 12 result and became the first-ever board to do so amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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To get results here, the students need to fill credentials in the box given below, by registering candidates sign-up to get result mark sheet on the registered mobile number and email address.
Bihar Board 10th result: Results via websites
To get the result, the students need to click on any of the websites mentioned above. Click on the result link. Enter registration number, roll number. The results will appear on the screen. Download it, and take a print out for further reference.
Websites to check
Once released, the students can check the results through the websites- biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in, onlinebseb.in, bsebresult.online, bsebonline.org, biharboard.online.
The mark sheets will be available in August. “The mark sheets get printed in Delhi, and the process will start once lockdown lifted. The students of both matric and intermediate can get their mark sheets by September,” chairman Anand Kishore said earlier.
Last year, over 16.35 lakh students appeared and the pass percentage recorded was at 80.73 per cent.
Bihar Board 10th results: Follow updates in Hindi
The most recent announcement for the board is of the upcoming academic year of 2021 in which, instead of two 50-mark language papers, one 100-marks exam will be held. The number of additional subjects has also increased. In line with CBSE, students will have the option to select six subjects and the best of five will be calculated. Students will also have the option to chose an elective subject. In case a student fails in one of the major subjects, the marks of the elective subject will be counted. This too is expected to improve the pass percentage further.
Verification of toppers
After the infamous incident of 2016, when the BSEB topper did not know answers to basic questions, the board has started verifying the answer scripts of top-scoring students. For the current year, due to the pandemic, the verification is being conducted through WhatsApp-based video conferencing. Students are reportedly made to write some questions to match handwriting and are quizzed on subject-related matters.
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