Bihar Board Result 2019: BSEB 12th Result Announced


PATNA: Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) which generally hit the headlines for dubious reasons, has declared the Bihar intermediate result 2019 today i.e., Saturday, March 30, 2019. 10,19795 students have passed the Bihar board class 12 examination and 79.76 is the overall pass percentage. The pass percentage for Arts, Commerce, and Science streams are 76.53, 93.02, and 81.20 respectively.

Pass per cent has increased by 26.81% than last year. Candidates can check the results on Board’s official website The students should check the result from the official website only by entering their roll number. Meanwhile, the portals which host Bihar Board results are not responding now. Candidates are advised to keep patience and try after some time to get the results.

For Science stream, Rohini Prakash (94.6%), Pawan KR (94.6%), Satyajit Suman (94.3%), and MD Ahmed (94.2%) have topped in the exam. Satyam KR (94.4%), Sonu KR (94% and Shreya Kri (93.8%) have topped in Commerce stream. For Arts, Rohini Kri (92.6%), Manish KR (92.6%), Vikas Kumar (92.4%), Majboor Jehan (92.4%), Harshita Kri (92%), and Nishikant KR Jha (92%) have got the highest scores.

Here is the direct link to Commerce Merit List

Here is the direct link to Science Merit List

It is the first time that the Board has announced the Bihar Board 12th result 2019 almost two months ahead than previous years.

The BSEB intermediate result was announced by State education department additional chief secretary RK Mahajan and Bihar board chairman Anand Kishor jointly.

Where to check the BSEB intermediate result 2019?

Students can also check their intermediate results from the following websites.


Students need to visit one of the websites which are provided above. Candidates need to enter their registration number to obtain the results.

Board has released the results for Science, Commerce, Arts stream. Separate links are provided to check each stream’s result.

Click here to get the statistics for annual Intermediate Exam 2019

The evaluation of answer copies of Class XII was started from March 2, 2019, at 136 evaluation centres in Bihar and it was concluded on March 20, 2019. The exam was conducted from February 6 to 16, 2019.

This time, the Board deputed the computer operators at evaluation centres for tabulation work. All the computers are attached to the BSEB headquarters in Patna which automatically receives all information, including marks, related to a student.

The Bihar class 12 result has been announced after the board made sure that there will be no face loss after the declaration of results. The toppers of each stream (science, commerce and arts) were called at the BSEB office for physical verification, IQ test and their hand-writing were matched with their respective answer-copies by the experts before finalising the topper’s list.

The early declaration of Class XII results will help the aspiring candidates to get admission in institutions of national repute including Delhi and other states, the favourite for Bihari students.

According to sources at BSEB, thousands of students miss chance for admissions due to delay in publication of Class XII results but this time they will be ready with the results when the admission session will begin in premier institutes.

The parents of the candidates who were apprehensive that the results will get delayed due to Lok Sabha elections, now heaving a sigh of relief with the announcement of dates of Class XII results.

The top five rank holders of each stream would get the scholarship under Desh Ratan Dr Rajendra Prasad Medha Chakravarti and would also get the cash prize and other incentives.

Around 13, 15,371 students had written their examination at 1339 centres across the state. In state capital alone 71,313 students of all the streams wrote exams at 82 different examination centres. Around 573 examination centres had been allotted only for female examinees across the state. Practical examinations were held in January.

The Intermediate exams for Bihar Secondary Examination Board (BSEB) were conducted from February 6 to 16, 2019 for all Arts, Commerce, Science and vocational streams. The exams were conducted in two different shifts morning as well as afternoon.

This year the students, who appeared for the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB), did not require to write their names, roll number, registration number, year of examination and subject code on the answer-sheets as this information were already there in their answer-sheets.

The Bihar Board Intermediate Result 2019 would be released on March 30, 2019, on the official websites – and

Last year, the NEET topper Kalpana Kumari topped Bihar Class 12 Science stream exam. She scored 434 marks in Bihar 12th Science examination.

Nidhi Sinha from RDS College Muzaffarpur was the Commerce stream topper with 434 marks, while Kusum Kumari from Simultala Awasiya Vidyalaya, Jamui, stood as Arts stream topper with 424 marks.

One Class XII topper each from science, commerce and arts streams were given a cash prize of Rs 1 lakh along with a laptop and a Kindle e-reader. A cash prize of Rs 75,000 each was given to the Class XII’s second topper of every stream and third best from each stream got Rs 50,000 each. While the fourth and fifth rank holders of each stream of Class XII received Rs 15,000 and a laptop each.

2018 Bihar Board Class 12 Result At a Glance

In 2018, 6.31 lakh students had passed the BSE class 12 examination and 52.95 was the overall pass percentage. The pass percentage for Arts, Commerce, and Science streams were 61.32, 91.3, and 44.70 respectively. 12.07 lakh students were registered for the examination in which 11.90 lakh students appeared.

S. No. Stream Pass percentage
1 Arts 61.32%
2 Commerce 91.32%
3 Science 44.70%
4 Result Declared June 6, 2018
5 Total Registered Students 12.07 lakh
6 Total Appeared Students 11.90 lakh
7 Total Number of Passed Students 6.31 lakh
8 Overall pass percentage 52.95%


Stream Topper Marks
Science Kalpana Kumari 434
Commerce Nidhi Sinha 434
Arts Kusum Kumari 424
(This story originally appeared on Times of India)

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