New Delhi: The results of the Intermediate Examination 2021 of the Bihar School Examination Board are going to be released today at 3 pm by Education Minister Vijay Kumar Chaudhary. Earlier on Thursday, the news of the release of the results had also spread when the link of the results of the intermediate examination started flashing on the board’s website.
However, the board later removed it from the official website. Then, on Friday, the official release of the results was announced. 13.5 lakh candidates who have appeared for the result are waiting. There are 7.03 lakh students and 6.46 lakh students among them.
In the Bihar Board Examination, the candidates should score at least 33 percent marks in each paper. If a candidate fails with some numbers in one or two subjects, the board can pass it by giving him grace marks. Last year, 1,32,486 candidates failed in one or two subjects in the Intermediate, out of which 72,610 were passed. But what if a candidate fails in the compulsory subject? In such a situation, the board will take the additional subject marks of the selected candidate and pass them.
The Intermediate examinations of the Bihar Board ended on 13 February 2021. The date of March 15 was set earlier to complete the evaluation of copies, which was increased to 19 March 2021. Result preparations were started with the end of the examination under the direction of Board President Anand Kishore. The board also verified the first toppers of the result and re-examined their merit. The result of working with planned preparation is that during the period of coronavirus infection, Bihar Board is going to give the 12th result in the country for the first time. Examination boards of most states, including CBSE and ICSE, are yet to take the exam.
Last year, 80.44 percent of the candidates were successful in this board exam. This year, the success rate is expected to increase compared to the previous year. Talking about the toppers, Neha Kumari became the topper with 95.2 percent marks in the Faculty of Science last year. Kausar Fatma and Sudhanshu Narayan Chaudhary were toppers with 95.2 percent marks in Commerce Faculty. Shakti Kumari, who was the topper of the Faculty of Arts, got 94.8 percent marks.