Nandani from BD College, Patna, has topped the Bihar intermediate commerce (I Com) examination, the results for which were declared by the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) on Tuesday.
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Nandani scored 415 marks to top the examination. Priya Kumari from Buxar district and Shikha Kumari from Patna stood on the second and third place in the exam.
The pass percentage of girls (85.19%) is higher than that of boys (79.05%) this year.
There are fourteen girls in the 17 students who are in the top-10 provisional rank list released by BSEB. Altogether, 7,523 (36.56%) girls secured first division this year, against 9,002 (18.4%) boys.
The overall pass percentage of students registered a decline by 9% this year, owing to the strict measures adopted by BSEB during the exam. BSEB Chairman Lalkeshwar Prasad Singh expressed happiness that the decline was not very steep.
“This year, the overall pass percentage was 80.87%, against last year’s pass percentage of 90.55%. The decline is not very steep and we are satisfied with the results,” said Singh.
The total number of students appearing in the examination also saw a decline compared to last year. Altogether, 69,486 students, including 48,912 boys and 20,574 girls, appeared in I Com examination this year, as compared to 83,066 students last year.
The number of students scoring first division was also lesser this year at 23.78% against last year’s 31.79%. BSEB secretary Harihar Nath Jha said the presence of 13 girls among 17 students in the top-10 list was encouraging.
Singh said the results of intermediate arts and vocational would be declared by May 21.
“We are trying to ensure that there are minimum pending results in arts and vocational. We will try to declare it by May 21. The matriculation results is likely to be declared by May 25,” he said.
Division and district wise results
Tirhut, Gaya and Bhagalpur divisions performed better among nine divisions of Bihar. Students from Tirhut division secured the best overall pass percentage of 85.65%, while those from Gaya division were second with pass percentage of 83.21%. Bhagalpur division was third with overall pass percentage of 82.84%.
The Tirhut, Gaya and Bhagalpur divisions also secured the first, second and third positions, respectively, in terms of pass percentage of boys and girls. The pass percentage of boys and girls from Tirhut division was 84.84% and 87.91%, respectively, that of boys and girls from Gaya division was 80.74% and 87.02%, respectively, while the pass percentage of boys and girls from Bhagalpur division was 80.49% and 86.64%, respectively.
Among districts, students from Nalanda district secured best overall pass percentage of 92.05%, followed by Patna at 91.93%, West Champaran at 89.9%, Kishanganj at 88.96% and Muzaffarpur at 86.70%.
Scurtiny for Icom
BSEB officials said the application process to apply for scrutiny of answer sheets were likely to begin from May 18 and would continue for a week.
Of the 69,486 students who appeared in the examination this year, 12,585 students were declared unsuccessful by the board.
A total of 1,501 students were marked ‘absent’ in the I Com examination. Around 109 students were expelled.
Results of 524 students were marked ‘pending’ by the board. Saying that pending results of I Com would be declared within a week, Jha said students need not visit the intermediate council office or the BSEB office for the same.