Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) is going to declare the Bihar Board 10th Result 2017 (Matric) on June 22nd Thursday. Students those who all appeared in this exam can able to check their results on the BSEB board’s official website biharboard.ac.in. According to the several media reports, it is expecting that the board will announce the result on June 20.
The Bihar Board conducted the 10th examination between the period of March 1 to 8. Around 15 lakh students have appeared for this examinations. The board taking a long duration to announce the result to avoid the news like before. The board faced certain things in this year also, Ganesh Kumar was arrested and his result cancelled after allegations of fraud over his age earlier this month. Like the same, IA topper and three other toppers were arrested after the allegations of fraud.
The Board postponed the Class 10th result as two times after the controversies and frauds surrounding the class 12 results in this year. Finally, the board comes to declare the results of Bihar Class 10th result as soon and it is likely on June 20.
Students can check their results as easily through online and also by using their mobile phones. Check the steps given below and get the result by following the procedure. By using the SMS, students of Bihar 10th Matric can know their results. Check the format here;
- SMS – BIHAR10<space>ROLLCODE + ROLLNO
Send the SMS like the above-given format to 56263. Students will get the result within a minute after the official declaration. Also, there are other alternative websites which all available to access. So, the students can check their BSEB Matric Results 2017 on bihar.indiaresults.com or examresults.net.
Students those who all not cleared in the main Bihar Board Class 10th exam can apply for the Supplementary exams. The official updates will be available on the Bihar Board website.
Last year, the Bihar Board class 10 exams were declared on 20 June, 2016 is notable. According to Examresults, the pass percentage was at 75.15 with almost 25 percent failures