Bihar :Disturbances In 12th test result, students are turbule

Students of the Bihar Vidyalaya Examination Committee (BSEB) 12th (Intermediate) Examination Results are continuing the ruckus due to alleged disturbances.

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Bihar :Disturbances In 12th test result, students are turbule

Patna: Students are continuing the ruckus about the alleged disturbances in 12th (Intermediate) examination results of the Bihar School Examination Committee (BSEB). In Patna district, in many districts of the state, on Saturday students and students organized ransom and blocked roads and blocked roads in many places. Candidates are demanding immediate improvement in exam results and score letters. Hundreds of students cheated on Saturday outside the BSE Office and the Inter-Council Office in Patna. These students also have the support of student organization of the Jan Right party. Students have alleged that those who have succeeded in examining the examinations of NEE and Polytechnic have also failed in the 12th standard. Many students have got five points in mathematics. The protesters raised slogans against the Education Minister and the Board President and burnt the effigy of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.

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Even here, students of Vaishali district of Bhagwanpur and Mahua ransacked and performed Hajipur-Muzaffarpur road. Students gathered at a number of students at Chandni Mod and Devesarai Chowk in Harnaut of Nalanda and blocked the road due to the poor examination results of Inter. During this time the students also damaged many vehicles. In Chhapra, students cheated the examination result. Angry students were blaming the error in the copy-examination. Students are demanding a re-evaluation of answer papers. The Board has asked the students to apply for the examination results by June 10 to 16. The Board says that the students who have a problem in the issue sheet can file their complaint on the Board’s website till June 16. Students who are complaining of low marks, students from 9 June to 16 June can apply for scrutiny.

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