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Live: Bihar BSEB intermediate 2017 to be declared today at 11 am on bihar.indiaresults.com

The Bihar School Examination Board is likely to declare BSEB intermediate results 2017 on May 30 at bihar.indiaresults.com, reported some local newspaper

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The Bihar School Examination Board will declare BSEB intermediate 2017 today at 11 am. BSEB intermediate examinations were conducted from March 1 to March 8, 2017 across different centres in Bihar. Once announced, the results will be available at bihar.indiaresults.com.

Last year, for arts, commerce and science were announced on different dates – Science on May 5, Commerce on May 16 and Arts on May 28. BSEB Class 10 matric results 2017 were declared on May 29, 2016. According to reports, unlike past year, when results for different streams were announced on different dates, this year, the board will announce BSEB intermediate results 2017 for all three streams together. Once the results are announced, the admission process for undergraduate programmes will begin in Bihar university and colleges.

Earlier multiple reports had suggested that board may announce BSEB intermediate results 2017 on May 24 and BSEB matric results 2017 results in the last week of May. However, quoting a BSEB official NDTV reported that “the result for intermediate will be declared anytime between May 27 and May 29 and the result for matriculation will be released by June 15.”

Bihar School Examination Board

The Bihar School Examination Board conduct annual Secondary School Examination in the month of February/March and Supplementary School Examination in the month of August/September. It is the nodal agency for conducting exams and prescribing syllabus and recognising schools in Bihar.

In recent past the board has been in the news for all wrong reasons. Last year, a mega scam broke out leading to arrest of many senior officials including its chairman.

BSEB topper scam 2016

The scam popularly known as Bihar toppers scam came into limelight on 31 May 2016 when the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) Arts and Humanities topper Ruby Rai, Science topper Saurabh Shrestha and third topper in Science stream Rahul Kumar were interviewed by television channels and they were unable to answer basic questions.

Ruby Rai, student of Vishun Roy College, Kiratpur Raja Ram village in Vaishali district pronounced Political Science as ‘Prodigal Science’ and described it as a subject related to cooking. Science topper Saurabh Shrestha was unaware of electron and proton and wrongly said that aluminium is the most reactive element.

In order to ensure that no negative reporting happens, in February 2017, Secretary of the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB), Anup Kumar Sinha had directed all the district magistrates and superintendent of police to keep the media out of the examination centers.

According to reports, board is currently preparing the topper list and it does not want to repeat anything like last year.

Apart from the Secondary School Examination, the Board also conducts departmental examinations such as Diploma in Physical Education, Certificate in Physical Education and Teachers Training Examination.

Also Read: Delhi University Admission 2017: Step by step guide for online registration, DU admission 2017

How to check BSEB intermediate results 2017

Once announced, students can follow the below instructions to download score card or marksheet.

  • Go to official website of Bihar School Examination Board – www.biharboard.ac.in.
  • Take cursor to Results option in menu bar.
  • Click on X & XII Results 2017. It will take you to bihar.indiaresults.com
  • Enter your roll number and other required details.
  • After submitting the form, results will be displayed on the screen.
  • Get a print copy and save it digitally for easy reference.

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