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Bihar Board Class 10 Results Declared: Overall Pass Percentage Reaches 82.91%

The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has officially announced the results for the class 10 examinations, revealing an overall pass percentage of 82.91%. Breaking down the results, boys achieved a pass percentage of 84.45%, while girls achieved a slightly lower pass percentage of 81.4%.

According to BSEB chairman Anand Kishore, a total of 16,64,252 candidates appeared for the examination, comprising 8,58,785 girls and 8,05,467 boys. Impressively, 13,79,842 candidates successfully passed the examination, with 6,99,549 girls and 6,80,293 boys making the cut. Last year, the overall pass percentage stood at 81.04%.

Among the successful candidates, 4,52,302 students secured first division, while 5,24,965 students achieved second division, and 3,80,732 students received third division.

Shivankar Kumar from Zilla School in Purnea district emerged as the topper of the class 10 examinations with an outstanding score of 97.80%. Following closely behind, Adarsh Kumar of Samastipur secured the second position in the state with 488 marks.

Additionally, four candidates share the third position, namely Aditya Kumar, Suman Kumar Purve, Palak Kumari, and Sajiya Perween, each scoring 486 marks.

The class 10 examinations conducted by the BSEB took place from February 15 to February 23 across various centers in the state. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar congratulated all successful students, expressing his best wishes for their future endeavors. He commended the BSEB officials for promptly releasing the results and praised the exceptional performance of girl students, emphasizing its positive impact on boosting their self-confidence.

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