Bihar School Examination Board

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Bihar School Examination Board
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Abbreviation BSEB, Patna
Formation Year - 1952
Founded at Patna
Type Autonomous body under State Education Department
Legal status Active
Headquarters Patna, India
Location
  • Sinha Library Road, Patna - 800017, Bihar
Region
North India
Official language
Hindi and English
Owner Government of Bihar
Chairman
Anand Kishor, IAS
Secretary
Anup Kumar Sinha[1]
Staff
700
Website biharboard.ac.in

The Bihar School Examination Board (abbreviated BSEB) is a statutory body under section 3 of Bihar School Examination Board Act - 1952 which is functioning under Government of Bihar devised to conduct examinations at secondary and senior secondary standard in both government and private schools belonging to state of Bihar on the basis of syllabus as prescribed by the Government of Bihar.[2] It is headquartered at the capital of the state, Patna. Along with school examinations, it also conducts departmental examinations such as Diploma in Physical Education, Certificate in Physical Education and Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) for bihar state, Simultaltala Residential Entrance Examinations,Examination for Diploma in Elementary Education etc.

The board conducts secondary and senior secondary school examinations twice a year. One is the annual board examinations in February–March and the other is a supplementary examination held in August–September of every year.

History[edit]

1952 es ablished

Berhani inter school

List of Intermediate Schools/Colleges[edit]

Langat Singh College, Muzaffarpur; R.D.S. College, Muzaffarpur; Samastipur College, Samastipur; Gopeshwar college, Hathua; +2 Ram Julum high school,Keoti

Examination[edit]

10th and 12th examination 2018 scheduled on Feb 2018.

Scam[edit]

In a grim reminder of 2016 Bihar school examination scandal, Ganesh Kumar, who topped the Bihar School Examination Board's Intermediate Arts 2017 exam, seems to have a very vague idea about music, in which he scored 65/70 in practicals. He surfaced three days after the results were declared on June 2; apparently, he had left the state for the last rites of his uncle.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Govt cracks whip, 22 BSEB staff suspended". The Times of India. 15 June 2016. Retrieved 16 September 2016. 
  2. ^ "Bihar Board Matric Result".