Class 10 Bihar Board Results To Be Out Today

Publish On: 26 May, 2020 11:17 AM | Updated   |   Madhurima  

NEW DELHI: The BSEB or Bihar School Examination Board is gearing up to release the examination result for class today i.e. May 26, around 12:30 pm. The results will be available for the students to check via the official website, biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in

The students will be able to download the copy of their result and the online mark statement through the details like their board roll number and date of birth. No press conference has been organised, the result will be released by Kirshnanandan Prasad Verma, the Education Minister. This was reported by Anand Kishore, the Board Chairman.

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Here are some other important instructions regarding the 2020 class 10 Bihar board exam results:

  • Every student who receives their Class 10 board examination result today is eligible to get their answer copies rechecked, if necessary.
     
  • Once the matric result is released by the Bihar board, the details focussing upon the process of re-evaluation will soon be released. Further details regarding the deadline and fee will also be released.
     
  • The details about the entire re-evaluation process will be available on the official website of BSEB i.e. http://www.biharboardonline.com/
     
  • The official pass certificate and mark sheet of the students can be collected from their schools or the Board office. Once the results get announced, further information regarding the collection of these documents will also be shared.
     
  • Supplementary exams will also be conducted for students who have failed the examination. Details regarding the registering process and deadline of submitting the application form for supp. exams will also be BSEB once the results are declared.

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BSEB is known to verify the toppers before releasing the results. The process of physical verification began after an incident in 2017 where some toppers failed to give answers to basic questions from their syllabus.