Harleen Kaur Grewal

Patna, March 19, 2021: Bihar School Examination Committee (Bihar Board) is preparing to release the results of Inter and Bihar Matric Result in the month of April. Copies are under paced investigation. The investigation of the copies is expected to be completed today, while the investigation of the matriculation copies is also expected to be completed by March 24. The board has also asked for the mark sheet of practical examinations from all schools. As hoped for, in the second week of April, the result of the inter-matriculation may come in the last week. Board Chairman Anand Kishore (Bihar Board Chairman Anand Kishore) wants his board to issue the first result in the country.

The intermediary investigation was to be completed by 15 March only

The board has extended the investigation period for Intermediate’s copies. Earlier, the period was fixed till 15 March, now the board has increased it to 19 March. Now the copies will be examined by Friday. According to the information received by the board, the copies have not been verified at many centers. About 13.5 and a half million candidates have appeared for the examination.

The principal examiner will get Rs 600 per day

The Bihar School Examination Committee has a fixed remuneration of Rs 600 per day for principal examiners examining the copies. On examining the 25-digit copy, the examiners will be provided Rs 12 per copy by the board. On checking copies of more than 25 marks, the examiners will be given Rs 15 per copy. On checking the matriculation copies, teachers will be provided Rs 14 per copy. On checking the copies in other districts of teachers, the board will provide Rs 300 stay allowance and Rs 400 in Patna.

  • Inter copies will be evaluated by Friday

  • The inter copies were to be examined before March 15

  • 13.5 and a half million candidates appeared in the Inter examination.

Metric copies will be examined by March 24

The matriculation copies will be examined by the Bihar Board by March 24. Copies have been under investigation since March 12. 16 lakh 84 thousand candidates have appeared for the matriculation examination.