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Jamshedpur, May 23: The Jharkhand Board has recently announced the results of the Intermediate Science examination. Several colleges have garnered attention as their students secured top positions in the state. This year, a remarkable 81.45 percent of students have successfully passed the Inter Science examination.
Ursuline Inter College Ranchi Dominates Top 10: The prestigious Ursuline Inter College Ranchi has emerged as a leading institution with seven of its students securing positions in the top 10 ranks. The college has demonstrated its commitment to academic excellence and has made a significant contribution to the educational landscape. Additionally, two toppers hail from St. Xavier’s College in Ranchi, further adding to the institutions’ achievements. Moreover, Inter Science College Hazaribagh has produced five top-performing students.
Noteworthy Statistics from the Examination: Kolhan Division: A total of 6865 students from the Kolhan division appeared for the examination. Out of these, 3255 students passed in the first division, while 651 students secured the second division. Thus, a total of 4897 candidates have successfully cleared the Inter Science examination in the Kolhan division.
East Singhbhum District: The Inter Science examination witnessed the participation of 3808 candidates from East Singhbhum district. Among them, 2534 students, including 1520 boys and 1014 girls, passed with first-class honors. Additionally, 419 candidates, including 281 boys and 138 girls, secured the second division. Overall, 2953 students, comprising 1801 boys and 1152 girls, achieved success, while 801 candidates fell short of the passing criteria.
A small number of students, 28 boys and 23 girls, were absent during the examination.
West Singhbhum District: A total of 1416 candidates, consisting of 773 boys and 643 girls, appeared for the examination in West Singhbhum district. Among them, 840 students, including 412 boys and 428 girls, passed with flying colors in the first division. Furthermore, 144 candidates, comprising 92 boys and 52 girls, secured the second division. Consequently, the district witnessed a total of 984 successful candidates. Notably, 408 candidates, including 255 boys and 153 girls, were absent during the examination.