Bihar Board 12th Exam 2022 Begins Tomorrow, Check Exam Day Guidelines Here
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The Bihar School Examination Board, BSEB is all set to conduct the Bihar Board Class 12th Exam 2022 from tomorrow, 1st February. The candidates who are going to appear for the examination should have kept the hard copy of the admit card safe. The exam for class 12th will be conducted from 1st February to 14th February in offline mode. The students should start the final stage of preparation from today to avoid any last-minute hassle. 

For the successful conduct of examinations, Section 144 has been implemented by the Bihar government within 200 meters of the examination centres. At the same time, instructions have been given to conduct the examinations by following all the safety measures of Covid-19. From the point of view of security, no one will be allowed to enter the examination centre except the students and the duty staff. The entry for the candidates will also be closed 10 minutes before the commencement of the paper. The students will get an additional 15 minutes to go through the exam paper. 

According to the official notification, a total of 13,45,939 candidates are going to appear for the Bihar Board Class 12th Exam 2022. BSEB will begin the first day of the examination with Mathematics and Hindi papers. The admit card for the class 12th exam was released on 16th January. The same can only be downloaded by the school principals. The candidates before attending the examination must take note of some exam day guidelines which are mentioned below. 

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Bihar Board Class 12th Exam 2022 Guidelines

  1. The students must reach the exam hall at least 30 minutes prior to the commencement of the examination. 

  2. The candidates who are going to appear for the examination must carry a hard copy of the admit card along with a valid identity card. 

  3. The candidates must follow the COVID-19 protocols which include wearing masks, using hand sanitisers, maintaining social distancing, etc. 

  4. Read the question paper and the instructions carefully before attempting the questions.

  5. Do not bring any electronic devices or communication tools inside the exam hall. Doing so will result in immediate disqualification and cancellation of candidature.