BSEB To Release Intermediate Exam Results Soon; Important Details Revealed

The intermediate final examination was conducted from February 1 to February 12, 2024.

BSEB is expected to hold a press conference to announce the names of inter-exam toppers, passing percentages, and other key details of the class 12 exam.

The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) is gearing up to release the results of the Intermediate or Class 12 final exams in the coming days. The deadline for submitting objections to the provisional answer key closed on March 5 at 5 p.m. Following this, the board will review the feedback received on objective-type questions and, if necessary, make amendments to the answer key before announcing the results. BSEB is expected to conduct a press conference to unveil the names of the top scorers, passing percentages and other essential details regarding the class 12 exams. Once the press conference concludes, the Bihar Board Inter Result 2024 link will be activated on the official website. The intermediate final exams were conducted from February 1 to February 12, 2024, at various examination centres across the state. Students can access their results through the official website, www.biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in.

BSEB Inter Result 2024: How to Check

Students can follow these steps to check their results:

Visit the official website of BSEB at biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in.

Select the Intermediate or Class 12 final examination result link.

Enter the required login credentials.

Log in and view the results.

In addition to the official website, students can also check their results on other platforms such as www.results.biharboardonline.com and www.interbseb.com.

Recently, the Bihar Board issued a notice cautioning students and parents about false claims related to matriculation and intermediate results. BSEB highlighted that certain anti-social elements are impersonating board representatives and soliciting money under the pretext of securing higher marks in the examinations. In response, the Bihar Board urged the public to report such incidents by filing FIRs at local police stations or directly contacting the cyber crime cell. Additionally, the board emphasised that the examinations are conducted using barcoded response papers to maintain their confidentiality, thereby eliminating any possibility of tampering with the answer papers. The Bihar Board advised the public to remain vigilant and not fall prey to such fraudulent offers.


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