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Education Minister Vijay Chaudhary and BSEB Chairman Anand Kishore releasing the intermediate results.
Bihar School Examination Committee released the results of Intermediate Examination at 3:23 pm on Friday. This time a total of 10,45950 candidates have been successful. The success percentage has been 78.04. 77.97 in Arts, 91.48 in Commerce and 76.28% in Science have been successful. Bihar Board is the first board in the country, which is giving the first results in the country for the last 3 years. Arts, commerce and science have outperformed girls in all the three faculties. Madhu Bharti in Arts, Sugandha Kumari in Commerce and Sonali Kumari in Science have been toppers.
Madhu Bharti has also got 463, Sugandha Kumari 471 and Sonali Kumari 471. Kailash Kumar of Simultala Residential School is jointly topped with Madhu Bharti in Orts. The top 5 in the orts include Kailash Kumar, Nandini Bharti, Abhishek Kumar, Shweta Rani, Shalvi Kumari and Priya Kumari along with Madhu Bharti. The top 5 in commerce are Mohammad Chand, Priti Singh, Mohammad Ehtesham, Shahima Bano, Maitrika Verma, Raksha Raj, Sivani Kumari and Piyush Saha along with Sugandha Kumari. Those who made it to the top 5 in science include Sonali Kumari, Aman Raj, Naveen Kumar, Mohammed Shakid, Kalpana Kumari and Priyanshu Raj.
Highest topper from Tirhut division
Bihar Board has declared 5-5 candidates who have the highest number in all three subjects as toppers. It had 5 toppers from West Champaran in Tirhut division, while 2 from East Champaran. After this, 4 candidates of the Chief Minister’s home district Nalanda were in the list of toppers. 3 toppers from remote Kishanganj district in Bihar adjoining West Bengal and Bangladesh. 2 candidates from Aurangabad were in the topper list. Samastipur, the district of education minister who issued the result, did not get a single topper, while the state headquarters Patna had a single topper. Khagaria gave a state topper in arts. Kailash, the only student of Jamalai’s Simlutla Residential School, also brought the number 463 on par with the Arts State Topper. Bhagalpur, Gopalganj and Buxar also got one topper each. No topper came out of 27 districts out of 38.
471 highest in science-commerce, 463 in arts
The maximum number of Science and Commerce candidates was 471 in the examination of 500 marks. Topper went to number 463 in Arts. Number 463 was awarded to Madhu Bharti of R Lal College Khagaria and Kailash Kumar of Simultala Residential School Jamui in Arts. Sunderha Kumari of SN Sinha College Aurangabad in Commerce and Sonali Kumari of Mrs. Parmeshwari Devi Girls Higher Secondary School Biharsharif in Science were ranked 471-471.
The effect of Tirhut shown in the inter results, was also said by Bhaskar earlier.
The effect of Tirhut has also been seen in the results of the three streams of Inter. Bhaskar gave this information in his news only on Wednesday. A total of seven students from East and West Champaran districts of Tirhut division have made it to the list of toppers. There are two girls from West Champaran district in the top-5 list of Arts Stream. Similarly, in the list of top-5 of the commerce stream, there are three girls from Bettiah in West Champaran district. The Top-5 list of Science Stream includes two students from East Champaran district.
77.97 percent success in orts
This time, 44,7404 girls took the exam in Orts, out of which 35,7481 girls got success. His success percentage was 79.90. At the same time, 20,9169 passed out of 27,9312 boys. His success percentage was 74.89. Overall success in the orts was 77.97. Out of 25,460 girls in commerce, 24,059 succeeded. His success percentage was 94.50 percent. Whereas 43,547 out of 48,441 boys passed in this faculty and their success percentage was 89.90.
Result released within 42 days
A total of 13,40267 candidates appeared in the examination. This time the result of the examination has been released within 42 days. Education Minister Vijay Kumar Chaudhary released the results from the Bihar Board office. 13.50 lakh students had registered for the Intermediate Examination 2021 and under the influence of Corona, the examination was taken at 1473 centers in the state. The BSEB website is not opening yet. Before the result is released biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in The website’s server went down. Examiners had a lot of trouble with this. They keep clicking on the website again and again to know their result. But he felt disappointed. Last year, Inter’s results came 39 days later. This time the result is coming in 42 days.
Girls topper in all three streams, Bhaskar had already said
Girls have won in all three streams of inter results. Sonali Kumari in science, Sugandha Kumari in commerce and Madhu Bharti in arts have topped. With this result, the news of Bhaskar has also been stamped, in which we said that this time the boys have only hope from science. Girls have won in arts and commerce. After seeing the review process of high scorers by the Bihar board, Bhaskar Gave this information in his news only on wednesday. During the release of the results, Education Minister Vijay Chaudhary said that the Bihar Board is the first board in the country which has been giving the first results in the country for the last 3 years. For this, congratulate the Chairman of the Board, Anand Kishore.
672 candidates were expelled this year.
In the examination which lasted from 1 to 13 February, 672 candidates were expelled, while 75 other Munna brothers who appeared for the exam were also caught. Among the Munna brothers, Bhagalpur topped the list from where a total of 33 people were arrested. In the case of expelled candidates, Jamui was number one, where 107 candidates were caught cheating or copying material during the examination. About 300 candidates, who scored the highest marks in the inter examination, were reviewed on Wednesday in the Bihar Board so that Toppers to be announced.