The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) is set to declare results for intermediate class 12 commerce stream board exams 2015, today, May 26 at 3:30 p.m as updated on the official websites of BSEB; biharboard.ac.in. Students can check results on either of the three official websites of BSEB; biharboard.bih.nic.in,www.biharboardresults.net and biharboard.ac.in. Also Read - UPSC Recruitment 2021: Applications Invited for Various Posts, Here's How You Can Apply

In order to check results, students will have to enter their roll numbers or names and submit it online on any of the official websites of BSEB. Students are suggested to download and keep their results safe for future references. Students can also check results through SMS.  Students will have to send a SMS “BIH12 Roll code + Roll no- to be sent at 56263.” For example, if your Roll Code is 11002 and Roll Number is 10101, SMS-BIH12 1100210101-Send it to 56263. Also Read - Beyond The Call Of Duty: Police Station in Aurangabad Holds English Classes For Slum Children

The Bihar School Examination Board is established for holding and conducting an examination at the end of the Secondary School stage, for prescribing course of studies for such examination and for carrying out such other objects and duties as may be considered necessary for the purpose as stated in the Act, Rules and Regulations of the Board. Also Read - Operation Smile: Indore Cop Turns Teacher For Slum Children Who Couldn't Attend Online Classes Due to Pandemic

Normally every year the Bihar School Examination Board conducts Annual Secondary School Examination in the month of February/March and Supplementary School Examination in the month of August/September on the basis of course/syllabus as prescribed by the state Government.

Apart from the aforesaid Secondary School Examination, the Board also conducts departmental examinations (not on yearly basis) such as Diploma in Physical Education, Certificate in Physical Education and Teachers Training Examination on such terms and condition as laid down by the State Government.

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