Bihar Board 10th Compartment Result 2019 Declared, 73.67% Pass, Check Result on biharboard.online
Krishnanand Verma, Minister of Education, Bihar has declared the compartment result at a Press Conference held today, in which he declared 73.67% students pass. BSEB had organized compartmental exams for class 10th students from 14th to 17th May 2019, earlier this month.
Only 757 students managed to secure first division in Secondary Compartmental-cum-Special Examination 2019.
BSEB had declared the Bihar Board Class 10th Annual Board Exams Result 2019 in the first week of April 2019, this year. The overall pass percentage was registered at 80.73%, with as 13,20,036 students passing their exams out of total 16,35,070 who had appeared for the same.
Students awaiting their result can follow the steps below to download their scores now:
How to check BSEB 10th Compartment Result 2019?
Step 1 – Visit the official website – https://biharboard.online/
Step 2 – Click on the notification that reads,
‘Click here to view/print result of Secondary Compartmental-cum-Special Exam 2019’
Step 3 – Enter your Roll Code and Roll Number and search
Step 4 – Download your marks and take a printout for further reference
Direct link to download BSEB 10th Compartment Result 2019
Earlier this week, BSEB had announced Class 12th Compartment Result 2019. A total of 72,686 Class 12th students passed their compartmental exams, out of nearly 90,000 students who took the Intermediate Special cum Compartment Exams 2019. The overall pass percentage was recorded at 82.42%.
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