BSEB Bihar Board Inter exam started from Thursday. On the first day, the examination was peaceful in all places except a few districts. 13 lakh four thousand 352 candidates were to appear. Some of them were absent due to arriving late. However, candidates expressed anger over being denied entry at some places. In the first shift, the examination of Biology and Philosophy was held and in the second shift, the examination of Economics (Arts and Commerce). Bihar Board said that 51 students from both the shifts combined were expelled. Maximum 22 candidates were expelled from Nawada, three from Bhojpur, one from Munger, nine from Nalanda, 8 from Saran, three from Arwal, two from Samastipur, one from Madhepura and two from Jehanabad. Eight Munna Bhai’s who appeared for the exam in place of others were also caught. Of these, six have been arrested from Nalanda and one from Bhojpur and Gaya districts respectively.
At the same time, candidates from many centers including Danapur said that they got a lot of benefit from the pattern. The exam became quite easy due to doubling the options of questions.
On the first day, candidates arriving late at many places including Jamui, Nalanda, Khagaria, Jehanabad, Bhagalpur, Sheikhpura were not allowed to enter. Students and parents created ruckus at these centres. Students who came late missed the exam. In Jehanabad, when they were stopped for arriving late, the girl students created a ruckus and blocked NH 110. Even in Patna, dozens of candidates who arrived late at many centers could not take the exam.
Attendance in Patna more than 98
No candidate was expelled on the first day in Patna district. A total of 23,856 candidates appeared in the first shift. A total of 406 candidates remained absent in the district. The attendance in the first shift was 98.33.
Board got glimpse of malpractice free examination
Bihar Board said that the examination was conducted peacefully throughout Bihar. Two percent students were absent. Surveillance was also being done through CCTV and videography. The committee has set up four model centers in each district where girl students are taking the examination. Here all the personnel and officials including the deputed inspector, police force and magistrate are also women. Along with arrangements of flowers, balloons, carpets, help desks have also been made at these examination centres.
Girl students kept crying but were not allowed to enter the center
Those arriving late after 9 o’clock are not allowed to enter the centre. The girls kept crying. When they were not allowed to enter the examination center of Bankipur Girls School, many jumped over the wall and entered inside. But the police present inside stopped them from leaving. Girl students started crying after not getting admission in Government Girls High School, Shastri Nagar. Parents created ruckus. The students said that there was delay due to traffic jam.