Bihar Board Result 2018: Wait ends for 12 lakh students, BSEB 12th exam result declared

Bihar Board 12th result 2018: The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has declared the result of intermediate or Class 12 board examination

Board Exams 2018 Updated: Jun 06, 2018 17:27 IST
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Hindustan Times
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Bihar Board 12th result 2018: The results are being declared a day earlier than scheduled to allow students to apply for admission to colleges in Delhi University, where the last date for submitting the application is June 7.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)

the Bihar board Class 12 examination result was declared by the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) on Wednesday.

This year more than 12,07,986 students appeared for the intermediate written exams held across 1,384 centres in the state. Students can check their results by clicking here. They can also check their results by visiting the official website of BSEB at biharboard.ac.in

Also read: Bihar board 12th result 2018 to be declared Live: State education minister to announce result

Bihar Board 12th result 2018: Here’s how to check

* Visit the official website: biharboard.ac.in

* Click on the tab ‘Results’

* Click on the link for Class 12 result.

* Enter your details

* Click submit and view your result

* Download it and also take a print out

The results are being declared a day earlier than scheduled to allow students to apply for admission to colleges in Delhi University, where the last date for submitting the application is June 7. The examination was held between February 6 and 16 and practical exams were conducted between January 11 and January 25.

The examination pattern was also changed this year with the introduction of 50% objective questions that had to be solved on OMR sheets and short answer type questions as well.

Also read: Bihar Board Result 2018: BSEB 12th result at 4.30pm

To stop students from cheating this year, the Bihar School Examination Board asked students not to wear shoes or socks and enforced several other measures. Candidates were frisked at the entry gate of the exam venue and again after they sat in their allotted seats. They were monitored by video while writing the exam at all centres where extra force and home guards had been deployed.

The pass percentage of matric exam in 2017 was 50.12 as 861,000 candidates out of 17,23,911 had failed. In the intermediate exam, 30.11% science students passed, 32.13% humanities and 73.76% commerce cleared the exam.

First Published: Jun 06, 2018 13:57 IST