Puja Kumari and Shubhdrashini of Simulatala Awasiya Vidyalaya Jamui and Sandeep Kumar of Baldeo High School (Rohtas) collectively emerged as toppers in the matric exam performed by the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB), outcomes of which have been declared by the state training minister Vijay Kumar Choudhary on Monday.
All three college students secured the primary rank by acquiring 96.80%. A complete of 101 college students together with 36 women figured in the top-10 record.
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Choudhary appreciated the wholesome competitions amongst college students to fetch excessive ranks. “The top-10 list shows the meritorious performance of girls students. The board has transformed its working bringing transparency and free conduct of exam. The exam cycle which was known for its delay has not only improved but has become the first education board to conduct and declare results in the country”, he stated.
The overall pass proportion this year is 78.17%, which is 2.42 % lower than the earlier year’s pass. The board stated that 3.60 lakh college students will take compartmental exam to qualify the matric exam.
Altogether 16.54 lakh college students together with 8.29 lakh boys and eight.24 lakh women appeared in the matric exam at 1,525 examination centres held from February 17 to 24 throughout the state.
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Of the overall examinees, 4.13 lakh college students secured first division, 5 lakh college students second division, whereas 3.78 lakh college students third division.
BSEB’s chairman Anand Kishor stated, “We evaluated more than one crore copies and OMR sheets within 25 days which helped us setting new record of speedy result announcement. In recent years, the board has introduced digital technology which has eliminated human interference making the result process quick and fair.”
“Considering Covid-19 crisis, we introduced 100% alternative questions which helped students to opt questions as per their suitability”, added Kishor.
Total college students appeared: 16,54,171
Total handed: 12,93,054
Total women appeared: 8,24,893
Girls handed: 6,16,536
Total Boys appeared: 8,29,278
Boys handed: 6,76,518
Overall pass: 78.17%
Pass proportion in 2020: 80.59%
Students secured 1st division: 4,13,087
Students secured 2nd division: 5,00,615
Students secured third division: 3,78,980