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Many times Bihar Board also passes students with certain marks by giving them grace marks. If a student fails by 8 marks in any one subject then he is passed by giving 8 marks as grace marks. Whereas if a student fails in two subjects by 4-4 marks, then he is declared pass by giving 4-4 ​​marks as grace marks. Three years ago, with the help of Grace Marks, 97,474 more students passed Intermediate. Of these, 53,939 students passed in Arts, 1,814 in Commerce, 41,691 in Science and 30 in Vocational. However, this year Bihar Board has not confirmed whether it will pass the students by giving grace marks or not.

BSEB 12th Result 2024 Live: Bihar Board 12th result will be released today

Bihar Board 12th toppers get bumper prizes
Bihar Board gives prizes to class 12 toppers on Dr. Rajendra Prasad’s birth anniversary. Top 5 students of every intermediate stream get a prize. The topper of each stream gets Rs 1 lakh each. The student securing second position is given Rs 75-75 thousand and the student securing third position is given Rs 50-50 thousand. Besides, all the students included in the merit list will be given a laptop, Kindle and e-book reader, medal and citation.

This year around 13.18 lakh students had appeared for the intermediate examination. Students will be able to check their result with the help of their roll code and roll number by visiting the official website of Bihar Board. Information about roll number and roll code will be given in the admit card of the examination.

What is the rule of passing marks?
To pass the Bihar Board Intermediate examination, students will have to score 33 percent marks in each subject. Whereas to be successful in language subjects, it is mandatory to score 30 percent marks. Anyone who does not score such minimum marks in any subject will be declared failed in that subject. If he is unable to obtain passing marks in more than two subjects, he will be declared failed in the examination. If someone is unable to obtain passing marks in one or two subjects then he will have to appear for compartment examination.