Bihar STET 2019 result for Science, Sanskrit and Urdu announced


NEW DELHI: Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) on Monday released the Secondary Teacher Eligibility Test (STET) Paper I result for Sanskrit, Urdu and Science subjects on its official website.

Candidates, who have appeared for the Bihar STET Sanskrit, Urdu and Science Paper I examination, can check their result online on the official website –


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Earlier, principal secretary of education department Sanjay Kumar had announced that the pending results of three subjects of the state teachers’ eligibility test (STET 2019) would be announced by June 22. The same has been released today, a day prior to the announced date.
STET 2019 was held for 15 subjects of which the results of 12 subjects were declared in March after long wait. However, the results of three subjects — Urdu, Sanskrit and Science — were pending due to reports of alleged paper leak from one exam centre in Gaya district in January 2020.

How to check BSEB STET result 2019?

1) Visit the official website-

2) On the homepage, click on the result link

3) Enter your date of birth and application number

4) Your result will appear on the screen, download it and take a print out for further reference.

BSEB Bihar STET 2019 exam was held in January last year, 106 teacher aspirants were expelled at Gaya centre for creating ruckus during the exam.

“Following which the exams were cancelled and re-examination was conducted in September. However, the expelled candidates moved the high court which directed the Board to conduct the re-exam of these aspirants as well. These candidates have appeared for STET in Urdu, Sanskrit and Science. That’s why the board withheld these results, so that to include the expelled candidates in the merit list,” he said.

A total of 15.8% candidates have passed the exam. Altogether 24,599 candidates out of 1.5 lakh who appeared for 12 subjects have qualified the examination. The total number of students appeared in the exam for 15 subjects was around 1.78 lakh.

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