Friday, 23 June 2017

Bihar School Examination Board Releases Result of Class 10

Bihar Board BSEB Class 10 Matric Result 2017: The wait of students of Bihar Board Matriculation is over. Bihar School Examinations Board (BSEB) released the results of Class 10 on Thursday. Despite this Grace Marks, 50.32 percent of studios have passed. That means half of the students (49 percent) have failed. In the 10th, 51.37 per cent students and about 40 per cent of girls went through. Last year's result was worse than that. Only 44.66 percent of students had passed in 2016.


Prem Kumar, student of Govind High School of Lakhisarai, has been topper this time. Sidhtala's predecessor Kumari has found second place. Sinnaltala's Harshita has achieved third place.

Investigation done by experts for toppers
Like last year, the board would not be a minority and the results were released without any manipulation and complete transparency. Several steps were taken for this. Last year, after the topper scam was surfaced, there was fierce argument. There were arrests of many big officers. Not only this, in the 12th result released recently on May 30, questions have been raised over the capabilities of tops. In this way, the board has stepped down and stepped up this time. This time only the physical verification was done before the results of the 10th toppers were issued. Because of this, there was a delay in releasing the result. Examination of answer sheets of toppers was conducted by experts. Experts teams also ask questions from Topper students.


12th result bad too

Results of 12th class in Bihar this year have been disappointing. This year only 35% of the total 12,40,168 students who attended the Science, Arts and Commerce stream passed, i.e. 4,37,115 students passed and the rest failed ... only 8.34 percent out of 4,37,115 i.e., 1,03,460 students passed first division, whereas 2,93,260 ie 23.65 percent students secs second, while 40,395 students passed third division.

In the science faculty this year,  where only 30 percent of the test takers could be successful, whereas last year 66 percent students passed. Only 37 percent of the students in the arts faculty could get success, compared to 57 percent of the students in the previous year. However, 73.76 percent examinees were successful in the Commerce faculty. 80% of the students passed the previous year


Of the 6,46,231 students in the Science stream, 57,706 i.e., 8.93 percent of the students have passed the First Division and 20 percent of the records, that is, 1,30,800 students pass from the Second Division, while 4,49,280 students, about 70 percent of students failed to pass.
                                                                          ---Sonal
                                             

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