Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) is all set to declare Bihar Board class 10th result 2021 by the first week of April. Around 16.8 lakh candidates registered for the Matric Bihar board examination which was conducted from February 17 to 24, 2021. Once the result is declared, it can be checked online at onlinebseb.in.
Bihar Board has completed the evaluation process of class 10th answer scripts. According to the sources, BSEB officials said that the result will be out 10 days after the completion of the evaluation form. Now that the evaluation of answer sheets are done, BSEB is now going to do verification of toppers by conducting online interview. The topper verification shall be done from April 1 and Bihar board 10th result 2021 will be announced a few days after.
We have successfully declared the class 12th results in 41 days. The Intermediate examination concluded on February 13 and the evaluation for the answer scripts completed on March 19. Likewise, we will be announcing the class 10th results very soon. The results will be announced after the Holi festival likely by the first week of April.BSEB chairman Anand Kishor said in an Interview
Where to check Bihar Board 10th Result 2021?
There are various official websites for the Bihar board at which the students can check their class 10th result. Some of these websites are –
How to Check BSEB Bihar Board Class 10th Result 2021?
The result for Bihar board 10th exam is declared by online mode only. Hence, to check the result, students need to visit the official website of the boar. On the homepage of the website, students have to click on the relevant link for the Matric results. Next, login by entering roll code and roll number. On submitting the login details, student’s result is then displayed on the screen. Lastly, students can download and take a print out of the result for future use.
Since the result declared online is provisional in nature, qualified candidates can then collect their original marksheet from their respective school. The result consists of important details like student’s name, roll number, roll code, subject-wise marks obtained, result status, division, etc.
Students need to obtain minimum passing marks as set by the Bihar board to be declared as qualified. Hence, to pass the exam, students require to secure 30% aggregate in each and 150 total marks in all subjects combined. In case a candidate could not obtain the minimum passing marks in one or two subjects, they are given a second chance by allowed to appear for the compartment examination.