New Delhi | Jagran Education Desk: The Bihar Board has declared the results of the BSEB Class 12th Commerce stream on the official website of the Bihar The overall pass percentage for the Bihar board intermediate examination is 78.04%. In the commerce stream, Sunanda Kumari has topped with 471 marks (94.2 per cent). Last year the overall pass percentage for the Class 12 exam was 80.44%. The results of all streams, i.e, Arts, Science and Commerce are being announced by Bihar Board Chairman Anand Kishor and Additional Chief Secretary Sanjay Kumar. Here is the step-wise guide to check your scorecard and also you can download the results by following the below steps. 

Here's how to check BSEB Class 12 Commerce Stream Results 2021

Step 1: Login to the official website of BSEB-

Step 2: Click on the link 'Results' flashing on your screen

Step 3: Then click on 'BSEB Class 12 Result'

Step 4: Now, select your stream 'Commerce Result'

Step 5: Enter your credentials, that is, your roll number, centre number and other significant details mentioned on your admit card.

Step 6: Now click on 'Submit'

Step 7: The result will appear on your screen, save and download or take out a print out for future reference.

BSEB Class 12th Result 2021 Timing

As per the circular released by the Bihar board, the result will be declared on the official website at 3 pm. In the past, the Bihar board result of class 12th was released on March 24 in the evening. This year too, the results are expected to be announced around the same time. So, students are advised to keep a close eye on the official website of the Bihar board as the result can be announced anytime now.

Importance of Class 12th Result

Just like the class 10th result, the class 12th result is also a very important document. As on the basis of this, we get admission to colleges, such as the University of Delhi, among others. Also, don't forget to collect your mark sheet from your schools as it is also the most important document.

Minimum marks to pass class 12th

To pass the exam, students need to secure a minimum of 33 per cent marks. Not just this, students are also required to score minimum passing marks in the individual subjects. Students, who will not be able to secure the minimum passing marks in one or two subjects will have to appear for a compartmental exam.

This year, reportedly, a total of 13.5 lakh students registered for the exam. Out of which, 6.46 lakh are girls, and 7.03 lakh are boys.

Posted By: Niharika Sanjeeiv