New Delhi: BSEB, Bihar will release the class 10th result today
, after four months of completion of the exam. The Bihar board 10th result
will be announced by the Education Minister Krishna Nandan Prasad Verma, BSEB
Chairman Anand Kishor and Principal Secretary R K Mahajan will announce the pass percentage and overall performance of students in a press conference. Results will be available online thereafter. Students are suggested to check the Bihar boardclass 10 result
on the official websites. Close to 18 lakh students and their parents await the result; it is obvious that the website may slow down for a while. In such cases, students are suggested to wait for some time and retry later.
BSEB will host the class 10 result on its official website biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in
. Students will be redirected to the result page bsebssresult.com/bseb/
. Students shall have to use roll code and roll number to check their result. Students can also check their result at third party website indiaresults.com
will also host the Bihar board 10th result.
The Board had conducted physical verification and IQ test of the rank holders on June 17, 18 and 19.
Admission to plus two/ class 12 courses will begin in the State soon after. This year, common registration portal will be opened for plus two courses. As per reports, a common merit list will be prepared on the basis of the marks secured by students. This year onwards, students will not be able to take admission as per their choice; admission will be strictly based on the merit list. Registration date will be announced a week after the matric result are announced.Bihar Inter results
were declared on June 4, 2018. Out of the total 12,07,978 students appeared 6,31,241 students passed the exam with a 52.95% overall pass percentage. 'The pass percentage of Class 10 will be better than that of Class 12 this year,' HT quoted State Education Minister saying. 'There will be no mismanagement or erroneous mark sheet. Students will not even have to apply for reassessment,' he further added.Click here for more Education News