inter22.biharboardonline.com Admit Card 2022 Out, Know How To Download Bihar Board 12th Admit Cards

Bihar board will hold Inter 2022 Exams (theory) in pen-and-paper at selected schools across the state. The examinations will take place in first two weeks of February 2022 starting on February 01.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Jan 17, 2022 07:17 IST
inter22.biharboardonline.com Admit Card 2022 Out, Know How To Download Bihar Board 12th Admit Cards
Bihar Inter Admit Card 2022 Released

Bihar Secondary Education Board (BSEB) has released the Inter Class 12 or Intermediate Exams 2021-22 Admit Card. Although admit cards have been uploaded online, they can only be accessed by school or colleges. Class 12 students will have to contact and visit the school to get their admit cards. The exam is all set i be conducted in the first two weeks of February 2022. To attend the Inter Class 12 Board Exams 2021-22, it is a must for all students to carry their admit cards to the exam centre.

In order to download the BSEB Class 12 Board Exam 2022 admit card, all colleges and schools need to login at inter22.biharboardonline.com. Then enter login credentials such as User Name and Password answer to security question. Then, click on the ‘Login’ option to submit these login credentials. Download the admit card for each registered student currently studying in Class 12. It is also better to print a copy of the admit card for each candidate.

As per the BSEB Inter Class 12 2021-22 official notice, admit cards will only be available for download from January 16 to 31, 2022. Beyond this, a school or college will not able to access the admit cards on the official portal.

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It should be noted that No student can directly access his or her exam hall ticket through the online mode. Schools will have to intimate their students to collect hard copies of their admit cards.

BSEB Inter Class 12 Exams 2022 will take place from February 01 to 14, 2022. Exams will be held in pen-and-paper mode at selected schools across the state.