Bihar Board: 9th annual examination will be held from 24 to 28 in two shifts, see full schedule here

Bihar Board: 9th annual examination will be held from 24 to 28 in two shifts, see full schedule here

The annual examination of ninth will be taken in two shifts from 24 to 28 February. For this, the Bihar School Examination Board has prepared a program. The examination will also be under the supervision of the committee. The question paper and OMR sheet will also be sent by the Bihar School Examination Board only.

DEO Keshav Prasad told that about 70 percent students of the state are from rural areas. They do not appear in the level examination before matriculation. Because of this, they are quite nervous before the matriculation examination. With the aim of saving them from this nervousness, a strategy has been made to take level exams in ninth. First 15 minutes in each shift will be given for reading the question paper.

Matriculation examination is the first step in building the future of the students. The result of this examination lays the foundation stone for the future life of any student. From February 24 to 28, there will be a theory exam and a practical exam on March 1. This exam will basically be an exercise for these students.

Different from Centup Exam:

9th class exam will be different from centup exam. Bihar School Examination Board had provided only the question paper for the centup exam. Whereas, along with the question paper for this exam, the board will also provide the OMR sheet. Confidential materials will be made available to all HMs before the examination. However, HM will be solely responsible for not breaching the confidentiality of those materials. So that the exam is conducted in a fair manner. A special strategy has also been decided for checking the copy. Like the result of matriculation, the result of ninth will also be seen. This will be the semi-final of the matriculation examination. Blind or differently-abled children will have to appear for music instead of science, and home science instead of maths. Higher Mathematics, Commerce, Economics, Persian, Sanskrit, Arabic, Maithili, Fine Arts, Esoteric, Dance, Music can be one of the optional subjects. Whereas, in professional subjects, one has to take the exam in any one subject out of Security, Beautician, Tourism, Retail Management, Automobile, Electronics & Hardware, Beauty & Wellness, Telecom, IT.

On which day the exam will be held for which subject:

date first shift second shift

24 February Science Maths

25 February Social Science English

27 February mother tongue second Indian language

28 February Elective Subject Vocational Subject

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