Bihar Board 12th result 2021: 20.20% students passed in Bihar 12th board examination

Bihar Board 12th result 2021: 20.20% students passed in Bihar 12th board examination

PATNA: The girls beat the boys by securing most of the top ranks in the intermediate examinations conducted by the Bihar School Examination Board, the results of which were announced on Friday. Out of the 22 top ranks in all the twelfth grade disciplines – science, commerce and arts, 13 are girls, while only nine are boys.

Sugandha Kumari of SN Sinha College (Aurangabad) and Sonali Kumari of Shrimati Parmeshwari Devi Balika Higher Secondary School (Biharsharif) have emerged as the toppers of the state with 94.2%. Sugandha topped the commerce stream, while Sonali topped the science with 471 out of 500 marks. Madhu Bharti of R Lal College (Khagaria) secured 92.6% (463 out of 500) marks to claim the first rank in Arts stream. He shared the top position in art with Kailash Kumar of Simlatla Awasiya Vidyalaya (Jamui).

State Education Minister Vijay Kumar Chaudhary released the result on the official website of the board-, And, On Friday during an event at the BSEB head office. He was accompanied by Principal Secretary (Education) Sanjay Kumar and Board President Anand Kishore.

The overall pass percentage has been recorded at 78.04 percent, however, the number of students appearing for class XII examination has reduced by 2.4% as compared to last year’s 80.44%. The chairman said that from February 1 to February 13, about 13.4 lakh students had appeared for the exam at 1,473 examination centers across the state, out of which 10,45,950 students were successful.

A total of 3,61,597 students fall in the first division, 5,42,993 passed with the second division and 1,41,352 passed with the third division, while 2,94,317 qualified the examination. A total of 401 results were pending during the examination and 356 were expelled.

Girls again outnumber boys in overall pass percentage, with 80.57% passing Class XII examination as compared to 75.51% boys.

While praising the performance of girls in the Inter result, Minister Chaudhary said that the Board’s result gave a good indication that girls in the state are going to schools and doing better than boys. “The state government has continuously worked to promote the education of girls in Bihar.

Recently, we have launched a special campaign – ‘Praveshotsava’) to bring students back to schools through mass enrollment.

“The students coming for merit are from across the state, not from any particular district. Most of the toppers are from rural areas (villages), which means that education awareness has improved in rural Bihar, ”the minister said, congratulating the meritorious students and encouraging other students to work hard.

He also congratulated the Board President Kishore for conducting a fair and transparent examination. “It is a great achievement for the Bihar board to announce the results in such a short period and ahead of all other state boards and central boards,” Chaudhary said.

Sanjay also praised the girl students and said that while maintaining the sanctity of the exam, the board conducted the exam for the third consecutive year, impartially and impartially and became the first in the country to release board results before other states in the country.

Kishore said that the Bihar board set a new record by declaring the result in only 21 days from the date of commencement of evaluation of answer copies. “More than 71 lakh bar-coded copies were evaluated by teachers since March 5. To reduce the burden on students amid the Kovid-19 epidemic, the board has also increased the number of questions, giving students more There will be options. ” ” They said.


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