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Bihar Board 12th result 2021 out, here check the BSEB Intermediate result

By Saima Siddiqui 
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Bihar: The result of Bihar Board (BSEB) intermediate exams has been declared today, on March 26. State Education Minister Vijay Kumar Chaudhary released the Bihar Board 12th Result 2021 result at 3 pm.

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As per reports, from nearly 13.50 lakh students who had appeared for the intermediate exam, around 77.97% students have passed the Bihar Board 12th Result 2021. In the commerce stream, the pass aggregate is 91.48% while in the science stream it is 76.28%.

So, here is how to check Bihar Board (BSEB) 12th exams result through the websites– bsebssresult.com, biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in.

Step-by-step help to check BSEB 12th result 2021:

Step 1: Visit the official websites mentioned above

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Step 2: Click the ‘result link’ on the homepage

Step 3: In the new window, enter registration and roll number

Step 4: Results will appear on the screen

Step 5: Download or take a print out for further reference.

As per Bihar Board guidelines, to pass the intermediate exam, a candidate must obtain 30 per cent of the total marks in the theory portion of each subject and 40 per cent of the total marks in the practical of each subject.

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Moreover, the board will allow the candidates to scrutinise the results for those who either failed to clear the exam or are dissatisfied with the result.

Also, in case a student fails in one subject only by not more than 8 per cent marks or in two subjects by not more than 4 per cent marks in each, he/she will be given the grace marks he/she is short of. If someone has obtained 75 per cent marks in aggregate but has failed in one subject only by not more then 10 per cent marks and cannot be allowed to pass under any other regulation, will be declared to have passed.

From this year, the 50-mark language papers have been converted to one 100-marks exam. The number of additional subjects have also been increased. In line with CBSE, students have the option to select six subjects and the best of five will be calculated.

Furthermore, students also have the option to chose an elective subject. In case a student fails in one of the major subjects, the marks of the elective subject will be counted.

Meanwhile, after the infamous incident of 2016, when the Bihar Board topper did not know answers to basic questions, the state education board has started verifying the answer scripts of top-scoring students.

For the current year, due to the covid pandemic, the verification was conducted through WhatsApp-based video conferencing.

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