The Bihar board may soon end the wait for matriculation result 2021. In a statement, the board chairperson on the Bihar board 10th result said that the matriculation result can be released in the first week of April. It is believed that the Bihar board can make an official announcement on the 10th result today i.e. The board can provide result related information on its official social media account or official website. The load has increased due to 10th result on the official website of Bihar board. That is why the students are facing difficulties in opening the Bihar board website from tomorrow.
Where will Bihar Board 10th Result 2021 continue-
Here first you can see the Matric Result- Bihar Board 10th Result 2021
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Bihar Board, which has been releasing the first result for the last 3 years
The Bihar board has been releasing the results of board examinations for the first time for the last 3 years. The result of the 12th this year was also first released. 17 lakh candidates have joined the Bihar board’s matriculation examination this year.
Students get a chance of compartment exam-
After the results are released, if a student fails in one or two subjects, he gets a chance to give the compartment examination. This year, the compartment examination on behalf of the Bihar board can be conducted in May or June. In addition, students who are not satisfied with their number can also join the compartment examination and bring a good score.
Previous Year Matric Result-
Last year, the Bihar board 10th result was announced on 26th May. The announcement was delayed due to corona virus infection. Last year (2020), a total of 80.59 per cent students passed the Bihar Board Matric Exam. Out of these, 4, 03392 students were in first class, 524217 second division and 2, 75402 from third division. Himanshu Raj topped the exam with 96.20 per cent marks. The result of 2020 was marginally lower than that of 2019. In 2019, 80.73 per cent students passed out.