The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has started the distribution of Bihar Board 10th certificates. The BSEB Matric certificate will be available to eligible candidates who have appeared in Class 10 regular and compartment exams. The Bihar Board Class 10th certificates are being sent to district offices. School principals should collect the BSEB Class 10th (Matric) certificates from the offices and distribute the same to students. Schools are also ordered to keep records of the Bihar Board 10th certificates. The Board has released the Bihar Board 10th certificates for the annual Madhyamik examination 2020 and Madhyamik compartment exam 2019. Check the complete details about the BSEB Bihar Board Matric certificate.
The BSEB official statement reads, "Certificates of students who have qualified in the annual Madhyamik examination 2020 and Madhyamik compartment exam 2019 are being sent to the offices of district officers and these will be available for distribution from June 26, 2021."
How To Collect BSEB Matric (Class 10th) Certificates?
- Students have to visit their respective schools on or after June 26 to collect the Bihar Board 10th certificate.
- Students need to follow all the COVID guidelines issued by the Board while collecting the BSEB Matric certificate.
- Candidates can also request the school authority to courier the BSEB Class 10th certificate.
What After Downloading Bihar Board 10th Certificate?
Students are advised to verify all the details mentioned in the BSEB Matric certificate. In case of any discrepancy, students should reach their schools without any delay. One should check the details such as name, father's name, roll number, registration, marks obtained, overall score, percentage, status, category, etc. Students are also advised to verify the Bihar 10th certificate details with a provisional marksheet issued along with the results.
Earlier, BSEB has released the Class 10th result 2021 on April 5. The overall pass percentage of students is 78.17%. A total of 16,54,171 students appeared for class 10 board exams in Feb/Mar 2021. This year, the Board has not conducted the compartment exams scheduled in May due to a surge in the COVID cases. It has given grace marks to students who have failed in one or two subjects.