The board of directors submitted to the education department the proposal to pass the students who are eligible for departmental exams and who did not pass in a maximum of two subjects in classes X and XII due to the pandemic situation. The department accepted the proposal.
The minister published the list of candidates awarded with mercy marks on Thursday. “The percentage of exams passed was 54.81%. A total of 72,610 students passed the XII exams after receiving the recognition marks. While the percentage of enrollments passed was 68.07%, 1.41,677 students received the marks of recognition, ”said Verma.
A total of 2,08,147 class X candidates failed in one or two subjects, including 1,08,459 in one subject and 99,688 in two subjects, while 1.32,486 in class XII including 46,005 in one subject and 86,481 in two subjects. Students can review their results
Verma said the board was unable to conduct the department review for the next few months due to the pandemic situation. “Even if the exams are taken after two to three months, the results are expected to be published in November or December. By then, it will be too late for children to be admitted to colleges or secondary schools, ”he said.
He added: “The award of mercy signs to students who have failed in a maximum of two jobs is an exception to Covid-19 for the future of the children. However, the departmental exams are not held. ”
Additional Secretary General (Education) RK Mahajan and BSEB Chair Anand Kishor were present when the Minister published the results of Class X and XII.
In the meantime, the Bihar Board had announced the results of Class XII of all streams (science, commerce and art) in a record time on March 24th. The percentage of passed exams was 80.44% in Class XII, while 12.04,030 (80.59%) students passed the Board exams in Class X. The class result was announced on May 26th.