Bihar Board Class 10 Exam 2021: BSEB Warns to Schools yet to Deposit Matriculation Registration and Exam Form Fee

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The Bihar School Examination Board has issued a warning against schools yet to deposit for the matriculation registration and examination form fee for the Class 10 students. The Board has directed such schools to collect the requisite fees for the purposes by 15th November 2020. Earlier the BSEB had extended the last date for submission of matriculation registration and examination form fee for the students and levied late fee upon students missing the deadline accordingly.  If a particular student's fee is not deposited until the last date mentioned, then the school administration will be fully accountable.

Application Fee

Regular students of Bihar Board were required to submit a late fee of Rs. 320/- while the private students were required to submit a late fee of Rs. 420/-. Students from the General Category are required to submit a registration fee of Rs. 855/- while students from the reserved category are required to submit an application fee of Rs. 755/-. The BSEB had also released a notification stating that schools charging more than the listed amount will face strict actions as the District Magistrate had instructed the District Education Officer to take necessary action against such schools. Additionally, regular as well as private students are required to submit an examination fee of Rs. 1220/-. The requisite fee for the advanced and qualifying candidates is Rs. 1520 per student. Students from the SC/ST category and other Backward classes, however, have not been charged with any exam fee. 

BSEB Class 10 dummy Admit Card

BSEB had also issued a Bihar Board Class 10 dummy admit card 2021 for the students even without adequate deposition of fees. The dummy admit card of Bihar Board Class 10th allows students to screen through the details provided and check for any errors. In case there are any rectifications/corrections to be included as per the BSEB Class 10 dummy admit card, students can report the same to the Board via respective schools

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