The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has announced the revised dates for the 2020 D.El.Ed (special) exams. The BSEB will conduct the Diploma in Elementary Education Exam (D.El.Ed) from April 6-10, 2021. the exam was supposed to take place from March 17-21, 2021, but had to be postponed for inevitable reasons. A precise schedule for the exam will be published in due course.
BSEB chairman Anand Kishor said in a press release on Friday that the dummy admission card for the Bihar DElEd exam will be uploaded on Monday, February 8th. Candidates who have signed up for the exam can download their admission from the official secondary.biharboardonline.com website. The last date to download the 2020 BSEB DElEd dummy card is February 18th.
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How to download the BSEB DElEd dummy admission card
School principals need to log in with their ID and password to download the Bihar Board DElEd dummy admission card for their students. Any mistake / mistake in the dummy admission card must be corrected by the students. Before the deadline expires, the client will correct the information entered in the form online. School principals can also complete the registration fee payment before February 18 if they have not already done so.
The BSEB conducts the special exam for candidates from the affiliated private universities of Bihar for the 2017-19 training session who could not appear for the exam or who did not pass the exam carried out in 2019.
Earlier on Wednesday, BSEB announced the results of the D.El.Ed (face-to-face) first and second year exams 2020 from December 2nd to 9th, 2020. BSEB D.El.Ed second year examination for the 2018 session -20 took place from December 10th to 14th, 2020.
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