Bihar Board 10th (Matric) Result 2019 is expected to be released soon. After the declaration of the result of class 12th, students are now eagerly waiting for their class 10th result. Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) will announce the result on its official website- biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in. Though the date and time of the result have not yet confirmed. As per the reports, it is expecting that BSEB 10th Result 2019 will be released by the second week of April. However, there are some sources which are predicting that by April 15, Bihar 10th result will be declared.
Last year the board has announced the result on June 26. But this year board is going to announce the result a much earlier than before. Bihar Board 12th Result 2019 was declared 44 days after the exams. Bihar Matric (class 10th) examinations conducted from February 21 to 28. Now, its time for the result and a few days are left for the result to declare.
To check the result visit its official website. After this click on the link of the result available on the homepage. As you do so a login window will appear on the screen. Here you will require to enter your roll number and the roll code or your name. After successful login your Bihar Board 10th Result 2019 will appear on the screen. Check your marks obtained and the status of the result.
This year more than 16 lakh students have appeared for class 10th Bihar Board examinations. To maintain the authenticity of the examinations the board has taken the various measures. This helps the board to prevent cheating and the leaking of papers to a large extent. Around 79.76% of class 12th students have passed the examinations which is much more as compared to the previous year. So, keeping in mind this we are also expecting a good passing percentage from class 10th students too and this also makes the students and the parents impatient for their result.
After the declaration of class 10th examinations, Bihar Board makes the availability of the scrutiny as well as the compartment forms. To pass the examinations students must score 33% of marks in each subject. At the same time, those students who will not satisfied with the marks obtained can apply for the scrutiny form and ask for the re-evaluation of the answer sheets. While those who will not able to pass in one or two subjects can apply for the compartment exams and will receive the second chance to pass the examinations.
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