BIHAR SANSKRIT BOARD Origin and Development

The history of the Bihar Sanskrit Board (BSSB) It is an excellent panorama of the progressive future vision for the creation of a complex structure of multiple exam sub-systems and the academic excellence of the past four decades. The BSER has taken quick measures to encourage and improve high school education in Bihar, covering 3,42,239 square metres. Kilometers. and in the 32 districts with more than 6,000 schools with 8.5 lakhs of secondary and senior secondary school students in 2000 At the end of the secondary school level, the BIHAR SANSKRIT BOARD shall be designed to perform the examination and administer the studies for this examination and to carry out other objects and responsibilities which may be deemed appropriate for the end of this process in the Constitution, the Regulations and the Rules of Procedure of the Council.In the month of February / March, and additional school exams, BIHAR SANSKRIT BOARD usually conducts every year a year, in conjunction with its course / syllases as prescribed by the State Government, during the month of August / September.In addition to the aforeseen high school test, the Board also carries out departmental assessments on terms and conditions as set by the State government (not on an annual basis), such as a Diplomain Physical Education, Certificate in Physical Education, and teacher training examination. BIHAR SANSKRIT BOARD PATNA Recruitment date has been announced ahead and bought available on the official site of the Board i.e. bssbpat.com. Students have to log into the official website and follow the instructions mentioned below to review the Bihar Board Madhyama Result 2019 quickly, without facing any technological troubles. The Board of Directors of BSSB Madhyama Outcome 2019 also told Dr. Bhartí Mehta of the need to convey a written submission for a student's errors, mistakes or mistakes in mark sheets or the 2019 Bihar Sanskrit Shiksha Board Result. The Panel will review its application and change the outcome accordingly. BSSB official statistics show a total of 21,620 candidates for the 2019 Bihar Madhyama Exam. A total of 20,000 students participated. The test in 1st, 2nd and 3rd categories was cleared by 17.232 of the total amount. The cumulative passage percentage for 2019 is 93.55% for Bihar Madhyama Result. For 2019, the outcome of BSSB Madhyama is that boys are excluded from the Sanskrit exam by achieving a high pass score. Compared to the performance of girls 93.07%, the average passage rate of boys was 94.10%.

BIHAR SANSKRIT BOARD PATNA

With the promulgation of the Bihar Sanskrit Education Act in 1957, this Board was set up in Patna on 4th Dec, 1987. In the year 1973 it began functioning in its present multi-storeyed building with an enchanting dignity of its own with all amenities. Chairman’s Message : In order to promote high school & high school education in India, BIHAR SANSKRIT SHIKSHA BOARD was established. BIHAR SANSKRIT SHIKSHA BOARD partners and encourages other like-minded organisations and artefacts in the achievement of Objectives of SPN UP BSECRIT SANSKRIT, giving the student the right to choose the subject. EDUCATION FOR ALL is a simple goal of BIHar SANSKRIT SHIKSHA BOARD.

ORGANISATION SETUP BIHAR SANSKRIT BOARD

The Bihar Sanskrit Shiksha Board has been constituted under the Bihar Sanskrit Education Act 1957. The set up is as follows :

Chairman

1

Ex-Officio Members, Including Vice Chairman 7
Elected Members  7
Nominated members by the state government  17 
Nominated members by the speaker legislative assembly 2
Co-opted members 


Highlights

  • The Chairman is nominated by the State Government.
  • Director, Secondary Education is Vice- Chairman and Ex-officio member of the Board.
  • Tenure of the Board is three years.
  • Secretary of the Board is appointed by the State Government.
  • The work of the Board is transacted by employees and officers as per rules prescribed by the Board.
  • To connect the learners with socio-cultural and economic ethos of the country.
  • Developing a positive view of life.
  • The leading technical Institute is renowned for its high quality education and human values.
  • Developing a positive view of life.
  • Emerging technology education and research in a multi - cultural setting. Focus on the social change technology.
  • Developing a positive view of life.
  • The member of both the Bihar Sanskrit Board, who is now in the class 10th whose test will take place in 2021, is informed that the BSEB has agreed to take theirs sent-up exam. Bihar Sanskrit Board BSEB stated that the 10th Participant Sent-up Exam would take place in December 2020. All students who are currently studying in the 10th year must be present in this Sent-up Test. Unless candidates may not participate in the sent-up test, a Admit Card for Matric (10th Board Exam 2021 would not be given, which implies that they might participate throughout the final exam of Bihar sanskrit board.