Bihar board Class 12 science stream result to be declared on May 10
Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) is likely to announce the result of science stream of Class 12 or intermediate examination by May 10, a top official has said.Board exams 2016 Updated: May 09, 2016 20:46 IST
The results of science stream of the intermediate (Class 12) examination conducted by Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) would be declared on May 10. The results of commerce, arts and vocational streams are expected by May 18.
BSEB chairman Lalkeshwar Prasad Singh had intimated the likely dates of result publication around four days back, saying that preparations for the same were nearing completion.
“The intermediate science results would be declared by May 10, while results of rest of the streams were likely by May 18,” Singh had said.
As for matriculation (Class 10) examination, the results of the examination would be declared by May 22 or 23, he had added.
“The evaluation of copies for all the examinations is almost complete and we would declare the results as announced,” he said.
This year, around 11.57 lakh examinees appeared in Class 12 examinations, which were held between February 24 and March 5 in 1,109 centres across the state. For Class 10, 15.73 lakh examinees, including 8.53 lakh boys and 7.2 lakh girls, appeared in the examination held between March 11 and March 18 in 1,309 examination centres.
Both Class 10 and Class 12 examinations were held in two shifts every day to accommodate a large number of students.
The board took strict measures during this year’s examinations to check cheating after images of mass cheating in an examination centre in Vaishali district of went viral on social and mainstream media across the globe.
The images showed parents and guardians of examinees scaling a multi-storeyed examination hall to aid in mass cheating while security guards and police personnel deployed at the venue did nothing to stop them.
The board installed CCTV cameras in several centres, frisked all examinees and even asked them to remove their footwear before entering the examination hall at some centres.
The strict arrangements resulted in several expulsions for cheating or impersonation. Even invigilators, who failed to check cheating in their respective centres, were booked.