- World Environment Day Celebrated at Patna with action
- IITians guide future IITians from the state
- Girls outperform boys in intermediate exams
Posted: 06 Jun 2011 06:18 PM PDT
PATNA: With an aim to protect the environment which is getting inhospitable day by day, various activities were organized in the city to mark World Environment Day on Sunday.
The Patna circle of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) planted 15 saplings, including some medicinal ones, at the archaeological site in Kumhrar. ASI superintending archaeologist Sanjay K Manjul, other archaeologists and experts on environmental issues expressed their concern over the rising pollution of environment.
Bihar State Pollution Control Board also organized a function to boost awareness about the utility of healthy environment for human beings at the Rabindra Bhawan here. The programme, themed on “Forests: Nature at your service”, was inaugurated by CM Nitish Kumar.
Posted: 06 Jun 2011 01:17 PM PDT
PATNA: Hundreds of engineering aspirants from Bihar and Jharkhand received free expert counselling from IIT-Kharagpur students here on Sunday.
A group of 24 IITians, working under the aegis of IITians for Youth (IFY), organized a daylong counselling workshop, CONSEJERIA- 2011, at the S K Science centre here.
About 200 engineering aspirants who have either scored good ranking, or expect good ranking, in IIT, AIEEE and other engineering examinations attended the workshop to take expert advice. The workshop started at 10.30am and continued till evening.
Posted: 06 Jun 2011 01:11 PM PDT
PATNA: Girl students maintained their track record of registering spectacular performance even this year. They, however, stole the thunder from boys both in the Intermediate science and commerce faculties, 2011, the results of which human resource development (HRD) minister P K Shahi formally announced on Sunday on the premises of the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) that conducted the examinations.
For the sake of record, Shambhavi from S N N R College, Chamtha (Begusarai), with 431 against 500 marks topped the list of first 10 ranked students in Intermediate Science. Not only that. Girl students also secured the next four ranks in the merit list of first 10 rank holders, the rest were boys. Two boys shared the sixth rank. Overall, 11 students figured in the first 10 merit list.
In the Intermediate Commerce faculty, Shashi Krishna Kumar from N D J College, Andharathari (Madhubani), with 417 against 500 marks topped the merit list of first 10 ranks. Overall, 18 students figured in the first 10 merit list. As many as 10 girls figured among them. However, the race for the rank was tough in the commerce faculty, as three students shared the sixth rank, two seventh, three ninth, and four others eighth rank.
While over 2.67 lakh students took the Intermediate Science examinations, 37.30 percent of them numbering 99,994 secured first division marks, followed by 51.84 per cent (or over 1.38 lakh) second division, and 1.61 percent (4,306) third division. Over 2.43 lakh students — or 90.81 percent — passed the science examinations. The percentage performance of girl students at 91.61 was better than that of boys, whose overall successful performance trailed behind them at 90.05 percentage mark. The percentage of unsuccessful science students was 7.98.
Similarly, 65,619 students, inclusive of 82.03 percent of boys and 17.97 percent of girl students, took the Intermediate Commerce examinations. Overall, 34.19 percent (22,433) of students passed the examinations securing first division, followed by 36,208 (55.18 percent) students in second division, and 3,264 or 4.97 percent of them in third division.
The overall success rate of students in the Intermediate Commerce faculty was 94.47 percent, including 95.53 percent for girl students and 94.24 percent for boys. The percentage of unsuccessful students in the commerce faculty was 4.82 percent.
Shahi said that the government has been trying its best to provide improved academic atmosphere in the state, and has also introduced quite a few schemes to ensure that the interest of students in the pursuit of education remained sustained and the dropout cases did not occur.
“Those who have not been successful could rededicate themselves to improve their performance at the next examination,” he said. BSEB chairman Rajmani Prasad Singh and its secretary, Anup Kumar Sinha, were also present on the occasion.
Merit list of ISc. students
1.Shambhavi, S N N R College, Chamtha, Begusarai, Marks-431, Rank-1
2.Shubham Shandilya, M R J I College, Bisnupur, Begusarai, M-424, R-2
3.Anamika Kumari, S N N R College, Chamtha, Begusarai, M-423, R-3
4.Priti Pooja, V R College, Kiratpur, Bhagwanpur, Vaishali, M-420, R-4
5.Mamta Rai, V R College, Kiratpur, Vaishali, M-418, R-5
6.Ankur Kumar Pandey, Lok Mahavidyalaya, Hafizpur, Saran, M-416, R-6
7.Prabhakar Kumar, M R J D I College, Bisnupur, Begusarai, M-416, R-6
8.Vikash Kumar Bihari, S N V Inter College, Baniganj, Araria, M-413, R-7
9.Saurabh Kumar, G D College, Begusarai, M-412, R-8
10.Amit Kumar Gupta, Dr R B Roy College, Hajipur, Vaishali, M-411, R-9
11.Surya Prakash, M C College, Chausa, Buxar, M-410, R-10
Merit list of ICom students
1.Shashi Krishna Kumar, N D J College, Andharathari, Madhubani, M-417, R-1
2.Aman Hussain, G M College, Bettiah, West Champaran, M-414, R-2
3.Uday Kumar, Gaya College, Gaya, M-413, R-3
4.Juhi Tulsyan, Koshi College, Khagaria, M-412, R-4
5.Sanjay Kumar Jha, K S R I College, Sarairanjan, Samastipur, M-408, R-5
6.Ashish Jaiswal, M R R G College, Bettiah, West Champaran, M-406, R-6
7.Manish Kumar Mishra, D S College, Katihar, M-406, R-6
8.Timsy Jain, S M College, Bhagalpur, M-406 R-6
9.Andalib, Govt. Women`s College, Gulzarbagh, Patna, M-404, R-7
10.Nisha Jha, M L S College, Sarisopahi, Madhubani, M-404, R-7
11.Komal Gupta, S D B M Women`s College, East Champaran, M-403, R-8
12.Deepshikha, G S College, Maharajganj, Siwan, M-403, R-8
13.Rupesh Kumar, K S College, Birpur, Supaul, M-403, R-8
14.Rahul Mittal, G D College, Begusarai, M-403, R-8
15.Bhagya Rupa, S S College, Sasaram, Rohtas, M-402, R-9
16.Sonu Kumari, Gaya College, Gaya, M-402, R-9
17.Rukhsar, R D S College, Muzaffarpur, M-402, R-9
18.Madhu Poddar, M D D M College, Muzaffarpur, M-401, R-10
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