Toppers List Bihar Board Class 12 Result 2021: Check complete list of stream-wise toppers here
Patna | Jagran Education Desk: Bihar Board has released the results of BSEB class 12th board exams today. Four students of the Arts, Science and Commerce stream have topped the Bihar boards. The results are declared on the official website-- biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in, biharboardonline.com, onlinebseb.in. The results are being announced by Chairman Anand Kishor and Additional Chief Secretary Sanjay Kumar.
This year, a total of 13.5 lakh students registered for the exam, out of which 10.4 lakh students cleared the exams. This year, once again girls outshine boys by securing top positions in the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB). Sunanda Kumari emerged as a commerce topper with 471 marks while Madhu Bharti and Kailash Kumar stood joint toppers in the Art stream by scoring 463 marks out of 500. Sonali Kumari scored emerged as a Science topper with 471 marks out of 500.
Here's the stream-wise list of 2020 topper:
Arts Stream 2021 Toppers List:
|Rank||Student name||Total marks|
Science Stream 2021 Toppers List
Sonali Kumari (94.2 per cent)
Aman Raj and Naveen Kumar (94 per cent)
MD Shakib (93.8 per cent)
Kalpana Kumari (93.6 per cent)
Piyanshu Raj (93.2 per cent)
Commerce Stream 2021 Toppers List
Sunanda Kumari (94.2 per cent)
MD Chand ( 94 per cent)
Priti Singh & MD Ehtsham (93.6 per cent)
Shahima Ban (93.4 per cent)
How to check and download BSEB class 12th merit list 2021?
Step 1: Visit the official website of the Bihar board
Step 2: Search 'Intermediate topper list'
Step 3: Click on the PDF link flashing on your screen
Step 4: Now, download the PDF and check the topper list
Minimum passing marks to clear class 12th
Students need a minimum of 33 per cent marks to clear the class 12th exams. Also, they are required to score minimum passing marks in the respective subjects. However, if a student is unable to obtain passing marks in one or two subjects, then he/she will have to appear for a compartmental exam which is likely to be held in the last week of May.
Posted By: Niharika Sanjeeiv