October 01, 2020

10 things you should know about Bihar 12th board results 2018

The results of Bihar class 12th Arts, Commerce and Science streams will be published by the BSEB (Bihar Secondary Education Board) today, i.e., June 6 by 4.30 pm — according to the latest information.

These board exams were held from February 6 to February 16 at 1,384 centres across the state this year. Though they were first speculated to come out on May 10, the results got delayed four times.

As 12 lakh students hold their breathes anxiously hoping for the results, here are 10 things they must know.

10 things to know about Bihar 12th result 2018

1. Measures of strictness

A change in the Bihar board examination pattern for Classes 10 and 12 was introduced in light of the cheating cases reported in the near past. All theory papers included 50 per cent objective marks. There were short questions of two marks each.

Chairman of the board, Ananad Kishore said:
We are changing the examination pattern with two targets – to improve pass percentage and ensure meritorious students getting high percentage can compete with students of other boards

2. Prize money for toppers

This year, the first rank holders of the BSEB’s result (science, commerce and arts separately) examinations will get a cash prize of Rs 1 lakh. Moreover, the toppers will also get a laptop and a Kindle e-reader each!

  • Second topper: Rs 75,000
  • Third topper: Rs 50,000
  • Fourth and fifth rank holders: Rs 15,000

3. Declaration of results

Anand Kishor along with State Education Minister Krishnanandan Prasad Verma and principal secretary of the department RK Mahajan will declare the Bihar Board Class 12 results at the board’s head office.

“The education system has improved in the state in the last one year, thanks to several initiatives taken by the BSEB to ease the exam load on students. Introduction of 50 per cent objective questions in board exam has helped the students to fare better,” Kishor said according to a recent TOI report.

4. Number of appearing students

This year, in total 12.80 lakh students had registered for the board examination of Class 12. In 2017, about 12, 40,168 students appeared for the exams.

5. Eligibility for the boards

All the candidates who appeared for the Bihar Class 12 board examination 2018 need to score the below-mentioned marks.

  • Total marks in theory of each subject: 30 per cent
  • Total marks in practical of each subject: 40 per cent

6. How to check from official website

In order to check your results via the official website of the board, click on the link activated by the name of Bihar Intermediate Class 12 Results 2018, Bihar Board Result 2018, or Bihar Board Class 12 Results 2018.

As of now, the website has crashed. To check your results on the website when it does start working, enter your roll number and once the results appear, click on ‘save’ to download them. Also, take a print out for future reference.

7. Alternate websites to check

Apart from the official website of BSEB, candidates can also check their results on third-party websites like indiaresults.com, examresults.net, results.gov.in, and bihar.indiaresults.com since biharboard.ac.in is likely to hang with the extreme traffic of lakhs of students.

8. Get your results through SMS

  • For Bihar Board 12th Science result: All the candidates need to type BSEB12S (space) ROLLNUMBER and send it to 56263
  • For Bihar Board 12th Arts result: Al the candidates need to type BSEB12A (space) ROLLNUMBER and send it to 56263
  • For BSEB Class 12th Commerce result: Candidates need to type BSEB12C (space) ROLLNUMBER and send it to 56263

9. Checking results through app

Apart from the official website and other alternative websites, Bihar Board Class 12 Results can also be downloaded from mobile apps. You can download the results directly from Google Play Store or Apple store by typing ‘Bihar Board Results 2018’ in the search box.

After this, an app window will be displayed on the screen, which will give you the option to install the app, check your result and download it.

10. Bihar Board last year

Last year, after seeing the deteriorating quality of education of Bihar, Union minister Upendra Kushwaha blamed Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and RJD chief Lalu Prasad for “digging out the foundation” of the education system in the state.

We are changing the examination pattern with two targets – to improve pass percentage and ensure meritorious students getting high percentage can compete with students of other boards
– Kushwaha said, according to a PTI report

Last year, the state’s arts topper Ganesh Kumar was arrested on charges of forgery of documents.

Of the total 12,40,168 students who appeared in the Class 12 examinations 2018 in Science, Commerce and Arts stream together, 7,94,622 students failed to clear the papers.

Courtesy: IndiaToday

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