Bihar Board BSEB 10th Result 2021: BSEB to DECLARE Matric Results Anytime Soon, latest updates students should know

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Bihar, 5th April 2021: Bihar Board Matric Result will be released today at 3:30 pm. In addition to onlinebseb.in and biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in, results can also be checked on livehindustan.com.

Bihar Board President Anand Kishore said that on Monday, Education Minister Vijay Kumar Chaudhary will announce the results (Bihar Board Matric Result 2021).

However, this time due to the circumstances arising out of the corona epidemic and the guidelines of the state government, the press conference will not be held to announce the result. Press releases, photos, videos, and other information related to the declaration of results will be made available through online mode later. Additional Chief Secretary of Education Department Sanjay Kumar will be present on the occasion.

Year – percent

2009 – 68.3 percent

2010 – 70.9 percent

2011 – 72.32%

2012 – 72.56 percent

2013 – 73.48 percent

2014 – 76.05 percent

2015 – 75.17 percent

2016 – 47.15 percent

2017 – 50.12 percent

2018 – 68.89 percent

2019 – 80.73 percent

2020 – 80.59 Percent

Many students are confused that they have to pass separately in the objective and subjective section, but this is not the case. To clear a paper, your total marks will be counted. If a student fails in the compulsory subject, the board will take the marks of the additional subject chosen by the student and will be passed on to the student.

In practical subjects including social science and science, the student will be required to pass in both theory and internal assessment. If a student fails with a few numbers in one or two subjects, the Bihar Board can pass the candidate by adding grace marks. But so far Bihar Board has not given any latest update regarding Grace Marks.

Last year, more than 2.14 lakh students were passed with grace marks in Matriculation and Intermediate examination. 1,32,486 students of class 12 examination failed in one or two subjects and 72,610 of them passed. At the same time, 2,08,147 students in 10 exams had failed in one or two subjects in the examination. Of these, 1,41,677 students have been passed by giving grace marks.

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