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Bihar board 10th/matric exam 2018 admit card can be downloaded from tomorrow: BSEB

The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) said on Thursday that Class 10 or matriculation students will be able to download the admit cards for the board examinations from Friday on its website.

education Updated: Jan 18, 2018 18:17 IST
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BSEB said on Thursday that Class 10 or matriculation students will be able to download the admit cards for the board examinations from Friday on its website.
BSEB said on Thursday that Class 10 or matriculation students will be able to download the admit cards for the board examinations from Friday on its website.

The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) said on Thursday that Class 10 or matriculation students will be able to download the admit cards for the board examinations from Friday on its website.

The Class 10 or matric admit cards will be available for download at bsebbihar.comfrom Friday till January 23, it said in a notification.

The board released the hall tickets for the Class 12 board or intermediate examination on Wednesday and students will be able to download it from the official website srsec.bsebbihar.com until January 20.

It said students, who find any error in the admit card, can apply for corrections between January 19 and 23 and the corrected card will be issued between January 24 and 25.

Principals of the schools have been directed to download the admit cards using their ID and password and issue them to the students after signing and stamping.

The practical exam for matriculation exam will be held between January 22 and 24 and theory exams will be conducted between February 21 and 28.

The practical examination for intermediate students started on January 11 and will end on January 25. The theory exam for intermediate students will begin on February 6 and conclude on February 16.

The board has changed the pattern for both class 10 and 12 exams from this year and 50% of the questions will be multiple-choice.