Bihar Board Class 12th Result 2021 Scrutiny Application Begins: Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) will commence the registration procedure for the scrutiny of class 12th Results from today onwards. Students can apply for BSEB Inter Result 2021 scrutiny of answer sheets from today, 1st April. Only those students who are not satisfied with their Bihar BSEB 12th results can submit their scrutiny applications at biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in. Along with that, they will also have to pay a fee of Rs.70 per subject along with the application form. After the re-evaluation of the answer sheets, the final result will be announced. However, the authorities have not released the dates for the same.
The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) will release the application for rechecking of answer sheets on 1st April. The application for scrutiny will be available on the official website - biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in. To apply for scrutiny, students can follow these steps -
Students who wish to get a photocopy of their evaluated answer sheets after the scrutiny can apply for it in online mode. They will have to apply within three months after the declaration of the Bihar board class 12th result 2021. They will have to follow these steps to obtain the evaluated answer sheet -
The evaluation-cum-verification centre will send the photocopy of the evaluated answer sheet to the address of the student within 30 days, after getting the application.
After the re-evaluation of inter results, if any student could not secure the minimum marks then they will have to appear for a compartmental exam. The application form for compartment exams will be available from 5th to 10th April 2021. The other information about the Bihar Board class 12th compartment exam will be available on the official website.
The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) declared the Bihar board result of class 12th for Arts, Commerce and Science streams on March 26, 2021. This year, the pass percentage for Science, Arts and Commerce streams taken together stood at 78.04 percent. Out of the 13.4 lakh students, 2,94,317 have failed.REGISTER FOR RESULTS UPDATES