Candidates, who appeared for the Bihar Board Class twelfth examination 2022, can examine their outcome on-line on the official web site – http://www.outcomes.biharboardonline.com/ – by candidate login utilizing Roll Code and Roll No.
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The outcome was launched by the Bihar schooling minister Vijay Kumar Choudhary on Wednesday right here at Auditorium, Education Division, Vikas Bhawan, Patna. The extra chief secretary (schooling) Sanjay Kumar and Board chairman Anand Kishor have been additionally current on this event.
About 13,25,749 college students together with 6,41,829 women and 6,83,920 boys had appeared for the examinations from February 1 to 14 at 1,471 examination centres throughout the state, of which 10,62,557 succeeded. The sensible exams for sophistication XII might be held from January 10 to twenty
Whole 4,52,171 college students make it to first division, 5,10,831 handed with second division and 99,550 with third division whereas whereas 20,190 flunked within the examination. Altogether 464 examinees have been expelled for utilizing unfair means whereas 57 individuals impersonating as candidates have been arrested.
Sangam Raj topped the examination, securing 96.40 per cent. The second spot was bagged by Ankit Kumar Gupta who bought a rating of 94.60%%. Saurav Kuma has secured third rank with 94.40%.
Bihar Board is the primary Board within the nation to declare the outcomes inside 28 days from the day the final paper concluded. That is the fourth consecutive yr the Board has launched the lead to such a brief period of time. Final yr, the outcome was introduced on March 26.
Kishor stated the Bihar board has set a brand new report by declaring the ends in simply 10 days from the date of graduation of analysis of reply copies. “Greater than 70 lakh bar-coded copies have been evaluated by the academics from February 26 to March 8. In a bid to scale back the burden on college students amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the board has additionally enhance the variety of questions, giving extra choices to college students,” he stated.