Patna: Girls topped the intermediate examination conducted by the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) in all the three streams including Science, Commerce and Arts, the results of which were announced by state Education Minister Chandrashekhar on Tuesday.
A total of 30 students including 21 girls have made it to the list of top six rank holders.
Mohaddesa of Higher Secondary School, Purnia was the topper in Arts stream by scoring 95% while Ayushi Nandan of R Lal College, Khagaria was the topper in Science stream by scoring 94.8%. S in commerce stream. Saumya Sharma and Rajneesh Kumar Pathak of Sinha College, Aurangabad jointly bagged the first rank by securing 95% each.
The overall pass percentage this year is 83.70% which is 3.55% more than last year’s pass percentage.
Speaking on the occasion, Chandrasekhar said, “The students have performed well in the board exams. Glad to see that girls are leading in the topper list. The overall pass percentage has increased as compared to last year which is a positive sign. I appreciate the hard work of BSEB and all the teachers involved in the examination and evaluation process for declaring the result within 39 days.
A total of 13,04,586 lakh students appeared for the intermediate examination held from February 1 to February 11 across the state at 1,464 examination centres.
The overall pass percentage of girl students is 85.50%, followed by 82.01% of boys.
Commerce stream students performed the best as 93.95% students passed the exam, followed by Science stream at 83.93% while Arts stream saw 82.74% students pass the exam.
Out of the total candidates, 5.13 lakh students secured first division, 4.87 lakh students secured second division, while 91,503 students secured third division.
Deepak Kumar Singh, Additional Chief Secretary, Education Department, said, “All girl students eligible for scholarship under the Kanya Utthan Yojana can apply through an online portal from April 3. We are also considering to get the bank details of the girl students.” Have been.” Time the process of filling the exam form so that they don’t have to fill separate form after result. This will make the process hassle-free and time-saving.”
Bihar government gives Rs 25000 as scholarship to unmarried girl students on passing intermediate examination under Mukhyamantri Kanya Utthan Yojana.
BSEB Chairman Anand Kishor said, “The board has published the board results for the fifth time in a row before any other education board in the country. The board has adopted advanced technology to strengthen the examination system. The board has given each student a Also allotted unique ID in the form of Unique Identification Number. We have developed customized format and software for faster processing of results.”
BSEB is likely to declare the class 10 result by the end of March.