Patna | Jagran Education Desk: Ending the wait for lakhs of candidates across the state, the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) on Monday. This year, the Bihar Board has recorded a pss percentage of 78.17 per cent. The results were supposed to be declared at 3.30 pm but were released after 4 pm by state education minister Vijay Kumar Choudhary in a virtual press conference. Bihar Education Department Additional Chief Secretary Sanjay Kumar was also present at the conference. Like last year, the candidates can their BSEB class 10th results at the official website of Bihar Board at The candidates can also check their result at and

This year, more than 16.8 lakh candidates -- 8.46 lakh boys and 8.37 lakh girls -- had appeared for the BSEB class 10th board exams that were conducted amid fears of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Last year, the class 10th board exams were declared on May 27.

Here's how the candidates can check their Bihar Board class 10th board exam results 2021 online:

Step 1) Visit the official website of the Bihar Board at or

Step 2) Now the candidates would need to click on the link that reads "Class 10 Result" on the homepage

Step 3) After this, the candidates would need to enter their credentials -- enrollment number and other details asked on the website

Step 4) Your Bihar Board class 10th result 2021 will be displayed on the screen

Step 5) The candidates are now required to download their results and save a printout for future reference

BSEB Class 10 Result 2021 toppers' list and passing percentage

This year, the board has recorded a passing percentage of 78.17 per cent. This year, Pooja Kumari, Shubhdarshni and Sandeep Kumar have topped the BSEB class 10th exam. All three have scored 484 marks out of 500. Meanwhile, Dipali Alok, Amisha Kumari, Tannu Shree, Pawan Kumar, Utkarsh Narayan Bharti, Priyanka Kumari and Tanu Kumar have scored 483 marks out of 500 while Avnish Kumar has scored 482 marks.

BSEB Class 10 Result 2020 toppers' list and passing percentage

Last year, nearly 12.04 lakh candidates out of 15.29 lakh were able to clear the exams, taking the overall passing percentage to 80.59 per cent. Nearly 4.03 lakh candidates -- 2.38 lakh boys and 1.65 lakh girls -- achieved 1st division while 1.17 lakh students passed with third division. On the other hand, 5.24 lakh candidates secured the second division. As per the official Bihar board data, more than 2.89 lakh candidates were not able to pass the exams.

Posted By: Aalok Sensharma