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BSEB Bihar Board 10th, 12th compartment results declared: When and where to check score

Bihar Board result: The board has promoted the intermediate and matric students who failed in one or two subjects in the board exams with grace marks. Such students can check their results at biharboardonline.com.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi I |
Updated: June 19, 2021 6:12:10 pm
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The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) Friday decided to promote the Class 10, 12 compartment exam candidates who failed in one or two subjects this year. Students who registered to appear for the compartment exams can can check their results at biharboardonline.com, biharboardonline.combiharboard.ac.inbiharboardonline.bihar.gov.in.

The BSEB Class 12 compartment exams were scheduled to be conducted from April 29 to May 10 but was later postponed due to the second wave of Covid-19.

Read | Bihar Board 10th, 12th Compartmental Result 2021 Live Updates

Assessing the current situation, the BSEB said in an official statement that it is not possible to conduct the exams in the next three months, and even if the exams are conducted the result will be declared around October or November. This would be of no use to the students as they will not benefit from the decision. 

Henceforth, the board decided that the intermediate and matric students who failed in one or two subjects in the board exams will be promoted with grace marks.

In the Class 10 results declared earlier, the pass percentage was 78.26 per cent whereas after promoting the candidates through grace marks the pass percentage will be 84.43 per cent. Similarly, the pass percentage of Class 12 students in the results declared was 78.17 per cent which will now be increased to 85.50 per cent after promoting the students who failed in one or two subjects.

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