Bihar school examination board has declared the Bihar Board 10th result 2020 at 12:30 pm on Tuesday. The result was declared on the official websites of BSEB at biharboard.ac.in, biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in and biharboard.online.
This year, 14,94,071 students appeared for the exam, which included 7,29,213 boys and 7,64,858 girls. 12,04,030 students passed the exam, out of which 4,03,392 students stood in the first division.
Himanshu Raj has topped the exam with 96. 20% followed by Durgesh Kumar. The third rank holder is also a boy named Shubham Kumar. Most of the toppers belong to the poverty-stricken family.
The state topper, a resident of Natwar Kala Village, Rohtas district, is a son of a vegetable seller, Subhash Singh. His mother, Manju Devi is a homemaker. Himanshu also has an elder sister. The topper dreams to be a software engineer.
The second topper, Durgesh Kumar, student of Srikrishna High School in Samastipur, hails from Bidulia village. Durgesh is a son of a farmer, Jaykishore Singh. Inspired by his parent’s hard work, Durgesh aims to be an IITian. He is the youngest among four siblings.
With 478 points, Julie Kumari, a resident of Arwal district bagged the third position in the Bihar board 10th exam. Julie who hails from Arwal district is a student of Balika High School.
Munna Kumar, a son of a construction worker obtained the fourth place in the exams with 477 marks. He is the resident of Daudnagar Patwa Toli. The fourth topper is the youngest among his four siblings and aspires to be an IAS officer in the future. Hi siblings are daily wage workers that run the household.
Obtaining 475 marks in the Bihar Board 10th examination, Ankit Kumar became the sixth topper of the exam. Giving credit to his father, Ashok Mishra who is a teacher, he aspires to be a successful engineer. Ankit was home-tuitioned for 7 hours by his father during the exams.
Hemant, a resident of Surajpur village, becomes ninth topper in the state exams as he scored 472 marks. Hemant’s father is a teacher and helped him to prepare for the exam. Being a student of Hulasganj High School, Hemant was hopeful to obtain 95 percent. This promising student is keen to enter the Medical Institue.
A resident of Bhawanipur panchayat, Shubham Kumar bagged the ninth position by scoring 472 marks in the examination. While Shubham’s mother, Sobha Devi works in Anganwadi, his father is a farmer. Though his family has a financial crunch, Subham’s father has always encouraged him to study and work hard. Shubham aspires to be an IAS officer in the future.
Toppers of the Bihar board 10th exam result can get various prizes and scholarships like previous years. In the year 2019 the first rank holder had got a scholarship of rupees 1 lakh, a laptop, and a Kindle device. The second rank holder had got a scholarship of rupees 75000 along with a laptop and a Kindle device. Candidates who were between rank 4 and 10 had also got a scholarship of rupees 1200 per month for 2 years after getting enrolled in an intermediate school or college.
The toppers were interviewed through video conferencing this year by a panel of subject experts constituted by the board.