Bihar Board class 10th Result 2021 DECLARED: Take a look at this year's toppers' list
New Delhi | Jagran Education Desk: BSEB Bihar Board result for class 10th has been declared on April 5, Monday. You can check your percentage on the official website of BSEB, biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in. Although the result was supposed to be announced in March but due to the ongoing global pandemic of COVID-19, it got delayed. Take a look at the details of how to check the result and last year's stats.
Passing percentage in 2021
The pass percentage has dropped from 80.59 per cent in 2020 to 78.17 per cent in 2021.
Alternate process of checking the result
Since the traffic on the official website can be too high. You can check your Bihar Board class 10th result through an alternative process. Through SMS type-- BSEB10-space-ROLL NUMBER — send it to '56263'.
Bihar Board class 10th toppers 2021
This year the students who topped Bihar Board class 10th are Subhdarshni, Pooja Kumar and Sandeep Kumar. All three have scored 484 marks out of 500. While, the students who scored 483 on 500 are: Amisha Kumari, Pawan Kumar, Dipali Alok, Utkarsh Narayan Bharti, Priyanka Kumari, Tannu Shree and Tanu Kumar.
Statistics of Bihar Board class 10th students 2020
- More than 14.94 lakh students had appeared in Class 10 exams held in February 2020.
- A total of 12.04 lakh students passed the exam which took the overall pass percentage at 80.59%.
- 2,89,692 failed to clear the examination and appeared for supplementary exams.
- A total number of students passed with first division: 4,03,392
- A total number of students passed with second division: 2,57,807
- A total number of students passed with third division: 1,17,116
The minimum percentage needed to pass the exams is 33%. However, if a student fails to score the required marks or if he or she is not satisfied with their percentage then they can apply for rechecking or re-evaluation of their papers online. All one needs to do is fill up a form and pay a nominal fee of Rs 70 per exam paper.
Posted By: Sanyukta Baijal