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Manipur Introduces Grading System for Class 10 Board Exams, Bihar Board Class 12 Results Expected Soon

The Manipur government has announced the implementation of a grading system for the class 10 board examination starting from this year. According to Joint Secretary Elangbam Sonia of the Education Department, students will now be evaluated based on a grading system for the high school leaving certificate examination (class 10). The new system aims to reduce stress among students by eliminating divisions or ranks, with only pass/fail status indicated on the documents.

Under the new grading system, students will receive grades such as A1 for scores ranging from 91 to 100, A2 for scores between 81 to 90, and E1 for marks from 21 to 30, denoted as fail along with E2. The government emphasized the importance of reducing competition-related stress among students while promoting a conducive learning environment.

Approximately 37,715 students, including 18,628 female students, are expected to appear for the matriculation examination, scheduled from March 15 to April 8 across 154 examination centers.

BSEB Likely to Release Bihar Board Class 12 Results in March

Meanwhile, the Bihar School Examinations Board (BSEB) is anticipated to unveil the results of the Bihar Board Class 12 Exams 2024 soon. While an official announcement is pending, historical trends suggest that the results are typically released within 50 days of the exams. Therefore, students can expect the results to be announced sometime in the second or third week of March 2024.

Students eagerly awaiting their Bihar Intermediate Results 2024 can access them online via the official BSEB website at once they are published.

With these developments, both Manipur and Bihar are taking steps to streamline their examination systems and provide students with fair and transparent evaluation methods.


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