Bihar Sanskrit Board Madhyama Result 2021 :- Bihar Sanskrit Shiksha Board will declare the Madhyama Exam (Matric) result online on the official website of board – www.bssbpat.com. This year students of Madhyama Exam 2020 and 2021 both appeared. All the Bihar Sanskrit Board Madhyama Exam (Matric) students can check their result using Roll Code and Roll Number on the official website.

The examination controller & Chairperson of Bihar BSSB will declare Madhyama (Matric) result 2020 & 2021 in April 2021 on the website. Board official will upload the Madhyama (class 10th equivalent) exam result 2020 & 2021 subject wise marks details online. Here in the below paragraphs, we have described Bihar Sanskrit Board Madhyama Result 2021 in details.

Latest Update : The examination controller of Bihar Sanskrit Board has conducted the Madhyama Exam (Matric) 2021 from 3rd March to 6th March 2021 on the exam centres.

Bihar Sanskrit Board Madhyama Result 2021

Bihar Sanskrit Education Board (BSSB) will declare the Madhyama Examination (Matric) 2020 & 2021 result online on the official website – www.bssbpat.com. This year examination board has conducted the Madhyama exam 2020 & 2021 from 3rd March to 6th March 2021 on the exam centres in two sittings.

There are about 31 Thousand 500 students appeared in the examination on 98 exam centres.

Students have appeared in theory and practical examination ans now waiting for results to be declared online. Students appeared in Seven compulsory subjects.

To download the online Madhyama result students have to use Centre Code and Roll Number on the website.

Important Details of Bihar Madhyama Exam 2021

Name of BoardBihar Sanskrit Shiksha Board
Start of Madhyama Examination 20213rd March to 6th March 2021
Total students appeared in exam31 Thousand 500 Hundred
Declaration of Madhyama Result 2021April 2021
Total Exam Centres98 Centres
Official websitewww.bssbpat.com

Bihar Madhyama (Matric) Exam Result 2021

In the month of April 2021 BSSB will declare the Madhyama Exam (Matric) result online. About 31 Thousand 500 students appeared and waiting for results to be declared online.

In 2020 Madhyama exam postponed and students of Madhyama Exam 2021 and 2020 both appeared in exam from 3rd March to 6th March 2021 on the exam centres.

The examination controller of BSSB will declare the Bihar Sanskrit Madhyama Result 2021 & 2020 online in April-May on the website – www.bssbpat.com.

Important Dates of Bihar BSSB Madhyama Exam 2021

Start of Madhyama Exam 20213rd March 2021
Last date of Madhyama Exam 20216th March 2021
Declaration of Bihar Madhyama Result 2021April-May 2021

Also Read : Bihar Madhyama Exam 2021 Schedule & details.

How to Check Bihar Sanskrit Board Madhyama Exam (Matric) Result 2021 Online?

  • Visit the official website of Bihar Sanskrit Shiksha Board – http://bssbpat.com/.
  • On the Homepage of the website click on the link “Madhyama 2020 & 2021 Results” [Link Activated Soon].
  • A new page will open (http://result.bssbpat.com/).
  • Students have to click on the link Results 2021 & 2020.
  • A page with Personal Mark Sheet & Combined Marks Details will open.
  • Click on the the Personal Marks Sheet 2021.
  • Now students have to enter their Centre Code and Roll Number and click on the button Go.
  • Students result will be displayed online download the mark sheet for future reference.

Bihar Madhyama Exam Result 2019 Details

The examination controller of Bihar Sanskrit Shiksha Board has declared the Madhyama Exam (Matric) 2019 results online in October 2019. The total pass percentage was 93.55% of total students 21620.

Here is the direct link to check the Bihar Sanskrit Madhyama (Matric) Result 2019.

All the best for Bihar Sanskrit Board Madhyama Result 2021…!!

Sanjeev Kumar
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