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Who are the toppers of Bihar Board 2019 Intermediate Exam?

Pawan said that he had faith in getting a better place, but it is a feeling of pride in achieving the top position in the state.



Bihar Board Result 2019

Bihar Board Toppers List: There is a will, there is a way. It is Difficult to find hard work, which can be found even after “Hard practice and more efforts“. Something like this has been shown by Keshav Kumar, son of Jayakrishna Prasad, a resident of Kanohali market of Sonbarsa block in Sitamarhi district. He was the student of Kanholei Bhansar Ramgoolam High School. In the science stream, Keshav got 470 marks and secured the fourth place in the Bihar. Keshav’s father Jayakrishna Prasad told that Keshav made his identity in the district by bringing 87.2 percent marks in the matriculation examination 2019.

Keshav said that in my success, with the guidance of the teachers of the school, his three sisters (Neha, Soni, and Kanchan) also deserve to get this credit. The blessings of the parents are contributing. he further said that the sisters helped him to concentrate and focus on more study. Now Keshav wants to study further engineering.

Bihar Board Topper 2019: Pawan Kumar

Pawan Kumar; Son of Sunil Kumar Singh Diwakar and Anganwadi Sevika Madhvi Sinha of Kijar village in Arwal district have secured first place in the state in the examination of Intermediate. The student of Kingar InterSchool got 473 marks. In the matriculation examination of 2017, he also had 87.5 percent marks. He stayed in Jehanabad and prepared for the exam. Except for Engineering or Medical science, he is ready to go to the army and for this, he is preparing for NDA.

Pawan said that he had faith in getting a better place, but it is a feeling of pride in achieving the top position in the state. Pawan’s father is a driver in the Jharkhand police and mother is employed in the village as an Anganwadi worker.

Bihar Board 2019 Commerce Stream Topper

The farmer’s son Satyam Kumar is the State Topper in Inter-Commerce by securing 472 marks. Satyam, a student of SKR College of Barbigha, is basically from Gonavana village of Harnaut in Nalanda district. Satyam Barabigha’s Maure (the native village of the first Chief Minister Shrikrishna Singh) lived in Nanihal and studied. Satyam, the eldest among the three brothers, wants to be a chartered accountant. In the matriculation, he got 9.6 CGPA. Satyam says that he is preparing for the examination by staying in Patna. Credit for success is to his family and teacher Sanjeev Kumar. Due to weakness in science, he has chosen the commerce stream.

Bihar Board 2019 Arts Stream Topper

The top-ranked Rohini Rani in Inter-Arts wants to be a literalist. The student of Betiya’s Saint Teresa Girls School got 463 marks in five hundred. Rohini’s father Pradip Kumar Singh is an agent in the LIC, originally from Douliya resident of Sanuria Panchayat of Majolaia block. Mother Saroj Devi is also Anganwadi worker.

She is most impressed by them. She wants to do further studies in the college of Patna. To earn for living, she wants to be first, become a teacher so that she could fix the financial condition of her family.

Bihar Board 2019 Science Stream Topper

With 473 points (94.6%), Rohini Prakash, who became a State Topper in Inter-Science stream, wants to become the engineer. Passed Matriculation by bringing 86 percent marks from Simultala Aawasiya School. Rajiv Ranjan, Principal of Simultala, told that Rohini had no objection to being a topper in the matriculation board. After this, the examination of Intermediate examination with Sarhabadi High School of Nalanda district passed.

Rohini said that Bijender Prasad, a Sirhadi high school teacher, helped a lot in resolving her science bogs. Her father Mahesh Prasad is an engineer at PWD in Motihari. Mother Pragati Kumari is a housewife. Rohini said that the PT of IIT has passed by her with 99.9 percent marks.

Bihar Board Result 2019:

The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) declared the results of intermediate or Class 12 board examinations on Saturday after 3 pm. The examination was held between February 6 and 16 and practical exams were conducted between January 15 and January 25.

This year more than13 lakh students appeared for the intermediate written exams held across 1339 centres in 38 districts. The results are being declared much earlier thanprevious yearsto allow students to apply for admission to colleges in universities for further studies.

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