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Bihar Board 10th Result 2020: 80.59% students successful, Himanshu Raj Topper. Board said the best so far, know why.

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The wait is finally over. The Bihar school examination board (BSEB) declared the Bihar Board class 10th result on the 26th of May 2020 at
12:30 pm on its official websites.

The result was announced by the education minister of Bihar, Krishna Nandan Prasad Verma in the presence of the additional chief secretary of the education department of Bihar, RK Mahajan.

The Bihar school examination board had successfully conducted the class 10th exam for the students in the state of Bihar. The matric exam was conducted from the 17th of February to the 24th of February 2020. The students could check their results online at sites given below :

The students had to wait for a long time for the result as it was delayed due to the imposition of lockdown.

Himanshu Raj of Janta High School Tenyaj, Rohtas has topped the Bihar school examination board (BSEB) class 10th examination 2020. He has a score of 481 marks out of 500 which is 96.20%. He is the son of a vegetable vendor and wants to become a software engineer.

Durgesh Kumar, a student of SK high school, Jitwarpur, Samastipur has secured the second rank by scoring 96%. Born in a farmer’s family, Durgesh wants to prepare for the IIT entrance exam and become an engineer.

“Bihar board became the first board to declare the results of class X and XII in the country as most of the boards have either not completed the examination or could not complete the evaluation of answer sheets because of the lockdown enforced in the country to contain the spread of Coronavirus infection”, said Anand Kishore, the chairman of BSEB.

As per the statement released by the Bihar Board, 2,89,692 students failed the examination. However, 12,04,030 students passed the examination, out of which 4,03,392 students stood in the first division.5,24,217 students stood
in the second division, while 2,75,402 students secured the third division.