Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) Bihar Board Class 10th Result 2020 declared today. Students are advised to check the official websites for the Bihar Board Results. Students can also request their results on mobile. This year, due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the result lists have not been posted at the schools. Students are required to check their results online.Over 15 lakh candidates who have appeared for the board exams are anxiously waiting for their results for last one week. This year BSEB did not hold any press conference to announce the results due to the coronavirus pandemic. Unlike every year, the students will not be able to watch the result declaration live on TV. However, they can follow the live updates here for all latest information on Bihar Board matric result.
- In Bihar board class 10th result 2020, there are 4,03,392 students in the first division, 5,24,217 have passed in the second division, and 2,75,402 students passed in the third division.
- In total, 12,04,030 students have passed in the Bihar board 10th exam 2020.
- The overall pass percentage stands at 80.59%.
- This year, 7,46,361 boys and 7,83,032 girls registered for the 10th board exam. Out of these many, a total of 7,29,213 boys and 7,64,858 girls appeared for the exam.
Boys outshined girls in Bihar board 10th exam 2020. As many as 6,13,485 boys passed whereas 5,90,545 girls passed in the exam.
What To Study After Class 10th Result Declaration ?
The most important question of the student’s career is that what should they choose after class 10th, in which stream they can make their career. So with all the answers, we are providing a video based on it, in which you can get the information regarding the possible streams after 10th class, the scope, and the growth of your career. So you can check or refer this video for satisfying your curiosity regarding it.
Bihar Board first to declare board results this year: Anand Kishor
“Bihar board became the first board to declare the results of class X and XII in the country as most of the boards have either not completed the examination or could not complete the evaluation of answer sheets because of the lockdown enforced in the country to contain the spread of Coronavirus infection,” the BSEB chairman Anand Kishor said.
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