BSEB will announce the Bihar Board Class XII & X Results 2018 on biharboard.ac.in in the first and third week of June respectively.
New Delhi/28.05.2018: BSEB is going to announce the Bihar Board Class XII & X Results 2018 on its official website in the first and third week of June respectively. The chairman of Bihar School Examination Board, Shri Anand Kishore on Saturday (May 26) confirmed the dates. The Bihar Board Class 12th results would be out on June 7, while the Bihar Board Class 10th results would be declared on June 20. The results will be released on the official link i.e. biharboard.ac.in.
Students are suggested to keep a close watch on the official web portal mentioned above to get results for all three streams – Science, Commerce and Arts. Let’s check out the easy steps to check the results:
How to Check Bihar Board Results 2018?
- www.biharboard.ac.in is the official website of the Bihar Board.
- Students are encouraged to visit the website
- On the home page, they will find the link “BSEB Class 12 Results 2018” and “Bihar BSEB Class 10 Matric Results 2018”
- To check their results, they need to click on the respective links, fill in their roll number and other details as instructed
- Upon submitting the details, they can see the results on the screen
- Download the results and take the prints for future reference
Other Third-Party Websites to Release Results:
Apart from the official website, students can check their results on third-party websites such as
Class X students who have no access to the Internet can get result status on their mobile phone as well. They need to send a code along with their roll number to a certain number. The code ‘BSEB10’ needs to be sent on ‘56263’ number.
Grace Marks for One Subject for Class XII Students:
Students who fail to clear anyone subject will get a grace in marks. The Bihar School Examination Board confirmed it by issuing a notice that reads, “A candidate with 75 percent marks in any subject will be taken for distinction. If in case, a student fails in one subject, he will be provided with 10 percent grace in marks to pass the exams. However, this rule will not be applied to a Language subject.”
Earlier, the maximum grace mark was 8 percent in one subject.