The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has recently declared the class 12 board exam results 2019. As the scores are out now, the Bihar Board will next begin its scrutiny process and the online window to apply for the same has opened. Candidates who have appeared in the Bihar class 12 intermediate board examination and are not satisfied with their results, can opt for scrutiny of their answer sheets by visiting the official website; biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in. It shall be noted that the BSEB class 12 final results of these candidates will be released later. The online portal for the BSEB intermediate scrutiny process will be closed on April 12, 2019. BSEB Class 10 Results Not to Be Declared on April 5.
This year, Bihar Board became the first to announce the exam result before all the other state and central educational boards. The BSEB intermediate board result 2019 was announced on March 29, the examinations of which were conducted in February. The students who are not satisfied with their board exam results can apply for scrutiny through the BSEB web portals-- bsebssresult.com, biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in, biharboard.ac.in, bsebinteredu.in. Those who will apply for the same will have to submit a fee of Rs. 120 to complete the procedure. Telangana Board TSBIE to Announce Inter 1st Year, 2nd Year Scores Soon.
How to Apply for BSEB Intermediate Scrutiny Process?
1. Visit the official websites of the Bihar Board-- bsebssresult.com, biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in, biharboard.ac.in, bsebinteredu.in.
2. Enter your roll code, roll number and mobile number and submit the details online.
3. Sign in to the website.
4. Enter your required details in the fields provided.
5. Upload the necessary documents and pay the fee to apply for BSEB scrutiny.
6. Keep a copy of your scrutiny application for future reference.
According to the official release, 79.76 per cent class 12 students have been declared successful this year. Again, the pass percentage for BSEB intermediate Arts is 76.53 per cent, 93.02 per cent in commerce and 81.20 per cent in science.