(Sandhya Jha, Intern Journalist): Patna: Bihar board matriculation result was released on Tuesday afternoon. 80.59 percent of students have passed the examination. Himanshu Raj has become Bihar topper by scoring 481 points (96.20%).
The examination was announced by Education Minister Krishna Nandan Prasad Verma. The result was released on the board’s website http://onlinebseb.in and http://biharboardonline.com. In fact, the press conference was not held to announce the result of the lockdown due to the Corona epidemic.
403392 students passed from the first division, 524217 students from the second division, and 275402 students from the third division. A total of 1204030 students passed the examination, out of which 613485 are students and 590545 are students. 8059 percent of the students passed the examination. Only four students have pending results.
The examination was conducted between 17 and 24 February in 38 districts of the state. A total of 1,368 examination centers were set up for the examination. In this, 15 lakh 29 thousand 393 students attended, out of which 7 lakh 83 thousand 34 students and 7 lakh 46 thousand 359 students. The evaluation of the copies began on May 6 and lasted until May 14. After this, the resulting process was going on.