Bihar Board Class 10th Result 2017 Matric Results. Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) 10th Result Secondary Result 2017 www.biharboard.net Class 10th Results 2017 Bihar Board Matric Result 2017 Official Website.
The Bihar Board Class 10 Examination 2017 results would be declared June 2017, between 1 & 2 pm. The Bihar School Examination Board had conducted the 10th class examination on March 2017. The Bihar Board 10th class examination was completed by end of March.
Bihar Board Class 10th Result 2017
www.biharonline.gov.in, www.biharboardresults.net and biharboard.bih.nic.in
Students can also access their Bihar Board Class 10th result through SMS-
Secondary School Examination Result 2017 Annual
To get Result through SMS just type BB < Space > < Roll Code >
< Space > < Roll No > and send it to ***** (Only BSNL Subscriber)
To view the Bihar Board Result 2017, candidates can send SMS
As per the reports, Bihar Board is recognized as the largest examining body in the World and around 3 million students appear for the examination every year.
Bihar Board Matric Results Result 2017
- Todays Bihar Board class 10th results 2017 were available over the official website and students were also offered a facility to get their results via SMS.
- Important updates for BSEB Class 10th Examination results 2017 includes: In a conversation with authorities in has been disclosed that the Bihar Board Class 10th Results would declared on June, 2017 (Not yet confirmed).
Along with this the official website reveals that the Class 10th (Class X) Board Examination 2017 Results is likely to be announced on June 2017.
- Bihar School Examination Board conducts Secondary School Examination twice every year i.e. Annual/Supplementary examinations. The Annual examination is normally conducted in the month of February/March. For the Secondary School Examination 2005 approximately 5,48,000 candidates have appeared at the examination.
- Supplementary Examination is generally conducted in the month of July/August. Two categories of students appear at the Supplementary examination i.e. ‘A’ & ‘C’. ‘A’ means all subjects. ‘C’ means compartmental i.e. students who want to clear their subjects in which they failed at the annual examination, appear as compartmental examiners.