Bihar Board 10th Result 2020 declared: BSEB Class 10 exam results announced today; steps to check results on alternative websites, via SMS
Bihar Board Result 2020 | The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) announced the results of Class 10 (matric) exams on Tuesday (26 May). Due to the number of students, a heavy load is expected on the official website.
Bihar Board Result 2020 | The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) announced the results of Class 10 (matric) exams on Tuesday (26 May). Due to the number of students, a heavy load is expected on the official website. All official websites -- at the alternative addresses – onlinebseb.in, bsebresult.online, bsebonline.org, and biharboard.online -- were down as of 1.15 pm.
However, candidates can still check their result using one of the alternative ways. Students may enter their details in our widget given below and obtain live results.
Alternatively, if the official website is slow or not responsive, students can get their result on their mobile phone via SMS too.
How to check result via SMS
Students can also send an SMS in the format — BSEB<space>ROLLNUMBER — to 56263 to get their result on their phones.
Students can also check their result directly by clicking here or by visiting biharboard.online.
Official website: Follow the process below to check your score on the official website
Step 1: Visit the official website of Bihar Board at biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in
Step 2: Click on the 'Results' tab available on the home page
Step 3: Select Class X Matriculation results
Step 4: Select your stream and click on 'Result'
Step 5: On the new page, log-in using your credentials
Step 6: Fill out the captcha text
Step 7: Your BSEB Class 10 Result 2020 will appear online
Step 8: Download the results and take print out for future references
The Class 10 Board examination for matric students were held between 17 February, 2020, and 24 February, 2020. But the result was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Earlier, several media reports had said the results would be declared on 29 March.
The result that will be declared today will be based on internal assessment and practical exam marks of the students
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