According to the notice released, the Bihar board will be conducting the practical exams from November 22, and the thoery exams from November 23 to 27.
The exam will be held in two shifts. The first shift will be conducted from 9:30AM to 12:45PM. The second shift will be held 3PM onwards, and will go on till 5PM.Candidates can check the exam schedule at biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in.
|Dates||Shift 1||Shift 2|
|November 23, 2023||01- Hindi, 102 Bagla, 100 Urdu, 104- Maithili||105- Sanskrit, 106- Hindi, 107 Arabic, 108 Persian, 109-Bhojpuri|
|November 24, 2023||112- Science||125- Music|
|111- Social Science|
|November 25, 2023||110- Mathematics||126- Home Science (Only for visually impaired candidates)|
|113- English (General)|
|November 27, 2023||114- Higher Mathematics, 118 Commerce, 116 Economics, 121-Persian, 122 Sanskrit, 123-Arabic, 124-Maithili||117- Fine Arts, 118 Home Science, 119- Dance, 120- Music, 127- Security, 125- Beautician, 129 – Tourism, 130- Retail Management, 131- Automobile, 132- Electronics & H/W, 133- Beauty and Wellness, 134- Telecom, 135- IT/ITs|
The practical exams will also be held in two sessions by the BSEB. Fine Arts, Home Science, Dance, and Music are among the practical tests during the first session. Beautician, Tourism, Retail Management, Automobile, Electronics and H/W, Beauty Practical Examinations of Beauty and Wellness, Telecom and ITes are among the tests for the second shift.
Additionally, the independent students are also required to take the sent-up tests. Only students with at least 75% attendance will be eligible to take the BSEB 10th sent-up test in 2024.
The Sent Up Exam, also known as the Improvement Exam, is a supplementary examination conducted by the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) for Intermediate (Class 12) students who have failed one or more subjects in their annual board exams. It provides an opportunity for these students to improve their scores and qualify for the next level of education.
If a student fails the BSEB Sent Up Exam, they have the option to reappear for the exam in the following year. The BSEB conducts the Sent Up Exam annually, providing students with multiple opportunities to improve their scores and qualify for the next level of education.