BSEB Class 10 Dummy Admit Card Released, How to Download
The dummy admit card for the Class 10 Bihar Board examinations in 2024 has been released by the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB). Candidates who have registered for examinations may download their dummy admit card from the official website, secondary.biharboardonline.com. According to the board’s website, the Bihar School Examination Board issued dummy admit cards for the students taking the Matriculation Annual Examination 2024 based on the online forms filled out by them.
The dummy admit card will be accessible on the website for corrections until November 14. School heads will make corrections to any misspelt names, names of the candidate’s parents, category, gender, subject, date of birth, photo, or signature on the dummy admit card.
If a mistake has been found in the dummy admit card, the student must correct it and send a copy of it, signed by them, to the head of the school for rectification. Based on this, the head of the school will make online modifications to the student’s above information, the board continued.
BSEB Class 10 dummy admit card 2023: How to download
Step 1: Navigate to secondary.biharboardonline.com, the BSEB official website.
Step 2: Select the Class 10 dummy admit card 2024 link.
Step 3: Log on with your BSEB Class 10 credentials.
Step 4: A dummy admit card for BSEB Class 10 will be shown displayed on the screen.
Step 5: Download and print a copy of the Class 10 Dummy Admit Card 2024 to keep on file.
The board further stated that every student enrolled for the matric annual board exam would receive an email or message regarding a dummy hall ticket and error rectification from the committee on their registered mobile numbers. In case applicants have any difficulties downloading the mock admission card or editing it, they may get in touch with the board at 0612-2232704, the helpline number.
October 28 marked the end of the registration period for the BSEB Class 10 board exams. The Class 10 examination form was split into two divisions, A and B, each of which catered to a distinct student demographic. Based on their registration, students were expected to accurately complete entries 1 through 15 in Section A. It was highly advised that students verify the accuracy of these particulars. Students were asked to provide further information in Section B, which included entries from 16 to 35, using the information on their registration card.