West Bengal Madhyamik (10th) Board Result 2021 has been released today by the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.
Students can check WB 10th board results on the official website (wbbse.org). WBBSE (West Bengal Board of Secondary Education) has announced the madhyamik (10th) board result of West Bengal on 20th July 2021.
The links to download the WB Madhyamik result were activated at 10 am today.
WBBSE is the official authority that is responsible for organizing the West Bengal 10th (Madhyamik) board exams. Likewise, it is also responsible for declaring the results.
The procedure of how to check the West Bengal (10th) Board Result 2021 on the official website as well as get the link here.
This year, 90% of students have successfully passed the exam with first division. And a total of 10,79,749 students was registered for the exam, out of which around 465850 were boys and 613899 were girls.
As per president Kalyanmoy Ganguly, as many as 79 students have obtained 679 marks in the exam.
In the official notification, the official has said that no merit list will be released this year.
Moreover, students can download their score sheets by logging into the website – wbbse.org and submit their roll number and date of birth to check the result.
How to Check West Bengal (10th) Board Result 2021
Students can check below complete steps to download WB 10th board result 2021-
- Visit the official website – wbresults.nic.in or wbbse.wb.gov.in
- Now click on the link provided to check the result.
- Enter your registration number and date of birth.
- Click on the submit button. Now the result will be displayed.
- Students can download the result and print it.
The results have been prepared based on the evaluation criteria which was set by the board keeping in view the COVID-19 pandemic situation in the country.
As per the criteria, the marks are prepared based on the previous year’s exam performance.
Guidelines Issued For the Parents
As per the notification released by the officials, all the schools can now collect the admit cards, mark sheets, and certificates from the respective campuses.
However, keeping in view the COVID-related guidelines. It has also been informed that only parents can collect these documents from the respective schools.
Students who are not satisfied with their results can also re-appear in the exam to improve their marks after the pandemic situation improves.