Bihar Board 10th Result 2021: Simultala Aosia Vidyalaya is included in the dream project of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
Bihar Board 10th Results 2021: The wait for Bihar Board Class X results (Bihar Board 10th Results 2021) is about to end in a few hours. The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) will announce the results of Class X or Matriculation Examination (BSEB 10th Results 2021) today i.e. today 5th April. Students can view their BSEB 10th Results 2021 by visiting the official website of Bihar Board at biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in. Candidates can also view their result directly (BSEB Matric Result 2021) by clicking this link https://onlinebseb.in.result-php.co/matric/. Read more – BSEB 10th Result 2021: If you have trouble viewing Bihar Board 10th Result, check out this direct link
Explain that in the Bihar Board X examination, the school Simultala Residential School (Simultala Aosia Vidyalaya), which was at the top for two years in 2020, faced disappointment and missed a hat-trick. There are only 41 students in the top ten list of tenth board exams this year. Of these children, only 3 were from Simultala. On the other hand, Himanshu Raj of Janata High School in Rohtas topped the state with 471 marks and Raj Ranjan of Simultala School was ranked 7th in the merit list with 4747 marks. Read more – Bihar Board BSEB 10th Result 2021: Bihar Board Tenth Result to be released by the Minister of Education today, easily check through this alternative way
In 2020, 80.59% students passed the Class X examination published by the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB). This year, 14,94,0711 candidates took part in the examination, out of which 29,203 were boys and 64 were girls. A total of 12,40,030 people took part in the test, of which 5,90,54 were boys and 1,1,465 were girls. Read more – Bihar Board BSEB 10th Result 2021: BSEB will release matriculation results after 3pm today, check it out via direct link
The Simultala School (Simultala Aosia School) in Jammu, which was included in the dream project of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in 2010, was established in 2010. Meritorious students from all over the state are admitted in this school through the entrance examination from the 6th class. The children of Simultala School started taking part in the Bihar Board Matriculation Examination in 2015 and the merit list children started coming here from the first year. At the same time, the students of this place have topped the state four times in the last five years. But this time in the top ten list, only less than ten percent of the children came from Simultala school.
Simultala school children have been at the top for the last two years
Let us inform you that in 2012, Sawan Raj of a village in Banka district of Bihar was at the top of the class X examination with 476 marks out of 500 marks. According to media reports, Sawan, a member of the farmer’s family, said he wanted to be an IAS officer. Last year, nine of the top ten students, including Sawan, were students of Simultala Ausia School (SAV), a residential school in Jamui. Even the top of 2019 was from SAV. Another interesting thing for this year is whether this school will be able to give a hat trick this year.
In 2018, Perna Raj topped the tenth exam of BSEB class with 457 marks or 91.4 percent. Topper achieved the lowest one in the last three years. In 2019, 1.89 lakh students passed first class. Those who got more than 225 marks are believed to have passed the Bihar Board’s 10th class examination in the first class. In 2013, 3.677 lakh students passed from the second division. The pass rate that year was .88.89 percent. At the same time, in 2019, the pass rate increased to 80.73 percent. The pass percentage was the lowest in 2017 where only 51.37 per cent people passed the exam.
At the same time, in 2017, Prem Kumar was at the top with 465 marks or 93 per cent in the tenth examination of Bihar Board. He was from Govinda Singh High School. But this year too, SAV gave 11 students in the top ten (there was a joint rank holder). This year a total of 21 students were in the top ten and many students got the same number. Out of 8.56 lakh students, only 51.37 percent students have passed the examination.