WBBSE announced its Class X results. Students can view the results at wbresults.nic.in and wbbse.wb.gov.in. This year, 100% of the students passed the exam. Students can collect their grade sheets from school.
The West Bengal Secondary Education Council or Council for Secondary Education, WBBSE today announced the interim results for 2021. The 10th result of WBBSE 2021 was announced at an official press conference at 9 a.m. board of directors office. Following this announcement, the schools will report the results to the students. Students can go to their respective schools to collect the grade sheets. The results will also be available at 10 a.m. on wbresults.nic.in, wbbse.wb.gov.in. This year, 100% of the students passed the exam. Check Out WB Madhyamik Result 2021 Updates Live Updates Here,
WBBSE President Kalanmoy Ganguly mentioned that students who are not satisfied with the exam number will be allowed to take the physical exam which will be conducted by the board. The success rate this year is 100% higher than last year, when it was 486.34%. The President of the WBBSE noted that the assessment format prescribed by the jury showed that everyone had passed the exam. Check the results on the links provided here.
WBBSE Madhyamik: Check Result here
WB Madhyamik Result 2021 Updates ,This year 10, for 9, 949 students took part in the exam. The students were all successful. This year, 9 students scored a high 79 out of // 00. However, it was mentioned that in the absence of a test, the names of the bleeders will not be released.
The WBBSE secondary exam was canceled this year due to the outbreak. Previously, results would be announced based on internal evaluation criteria shared by the board. All students should be promoted. Announced today at 9 a.m.
In 2020, the average results for tenth graders were announced on July 15. A total of 10.42 lakh students took the exam, of which 86.34% passed. East Midnapore district recorded the best result with 9.5.59% and Kolkata with 91.16%.
In the lead, Aritra Pal topped the WBBSE 2022 secondary result with 99.16%, followed by Santanian Gorai and Avik Das. This year, however, no merit list will be announced.