Bihar Sakshamta result 2024 out for teachers of classes 9 to 12, here’s the direct link to check – Times of India


BSEB Sakshamta result: The Bihar School Education Board (BSEB) has declared the results for the Bihar Sakshamta (Teacher Competency Test) 2024, for teachers of classes 9, 10 and 11, 12.
Candidates who had appeared for the exams that had taken place between February 26 and March 6, 2024 can check their results by logging into the BSEB Sakshamta Exam Portal on its official website at
Here’s a step by step guide to download BSEB Sakshamta result:
Step 1: Go to the official website of BSEB Sakshamta at
Step 2: On the page, click on the ‘Result’ button. You will be redirected to a new page.
Step 3: On the newly opened page, enter your login credentials like the application number, date of birth in (DD-MM-YYYY) format and click on ‘Login’.
Step 4: Your result will be displayed on screen.
Step 5: Candidates can take a screenshot, or save it as a PDF for future reference.
Direct link: Candidates can alternately use this DIRECT LINK to check.
The Board the declaration of the results on its official handle on the social media platform X. The Board’s notice read, “Teachers of class 11-12 who are taking this exam can check their results by going to and clicking on the result button after 12:00 midnight on 02.04.2024.” The Board made a similar announcement for the declaration of classes 9-10 level teachers’ results.

Further the Board has shared that for classes 11-12, the passing percentage has been 97.18 with 5313 teachers passing out of 5467.
Similarly for classes 9 to 10, a total of 20,842 candidates had appeared, of which 20,354 candidates cleared the exam – marking the pass percentage at 98.

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