BSEB 12th Results 2018: The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has announced the BSEB 12th Science, Commerce and Arts Result 2018 today on the official website of the board i.e. biharboard.ac.in. The candidates who have appeared for the examination can check their result now on the board’s website. The declaration of the Bihar Board 12th Result 2018 has sealed the fate of more than 12 lakh students. This year, the board conducted the class 12 examination from 6 February to 16 February. The candidates who have appeared for the Bihar Board Class 12 Examination must note that all the detailed information about BSEB 12th Result 2018 will be available on India’s number educational website Jagran Josh (bihar12.jagranjosh.com) as well.
This year, the Bihar Board conducted the BSEB Inter Examination 2018 from February 14 to February 25, 2018. The results were earlier supposed to be out on 7 June but have been preponed keeping in mind the Delhi University (DU) admission schedule. In 2017, the Bihar Board 12th Result 2018 was announced on May 30. The performance of the BSEB Inter students last year was very poor with only 30.11 pass percent in Science stream and 37 pass percent in Arts stream. The scenario was a little better for Commerce stream in which 73.76 per cent students passed. Although, the Bihar Board officials are quite sure that this year the performance of the students will improve. This year, the Bihar Board Class 12 examinations commenced from February 14 and concluded on February 25.
Tomorrow, the declaration of Bihar Board Inter Result 2018 will seal the fate of more than 12 lakh students. The Board of Secondary Education of Bihar (BSEB) is considered as one of the biggest boards in India with lakhs of students enrolling every year. It is often seen that the official website of the board faces some technical glitches during result hours due to heavy traffic on the server. If such situation arises this year, we request the candidates not to panic and wait for the official website to resume.
This year, the board had introduced a slew of steps to minimise cheating and other malpractices. Before the commencement of the examinations, the board has issued a notification where it had stated that no student will be allowed to enter the examination hall with show and socks. In its circular, the BSEB has asked students to wear slippers to appear in the exams. This year the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) had introduced 50% objective questions in the Class 12th question paper. To attempt objective questions, each answer sheet had an OMR sheet attached in the front. The OMR sheet had three parts out of which students were required to fill only the first and the third part.