West Bengal WBBSE Madhyamik 10th Result 2021 LIVE Updates: Result declared for more than 10 lakh students, check direct link here
West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2021, WB WBBSE Board 10th Madhyamik Result 2021 LIVE Updates: The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) declared the result of the Madhyamik class 10 examination today. Students will be able to check their result by visiting the official websites wbbse.org and wb.allresults.nic.in. The link to check the result will be available on the homepage of the official website only.
During the press conference held today, Kalyanmoy Ganguly, WBBSE President, said that 79 candidates have scored of 697 marks, and as many as 90 per cent of the candidates have passed in the first division.
Candidates can also check their results through SMS. Students have to type WB<space>10 on their mobile, followed by roll number and send to 54242/56263/58888. The result will be received on the mobile itself, for which there will be no need for internet.
This year, the class 10 board exams were cancelled and students will be evaluated based on an alternate marking scheme. Class 10 students will be evaluated based on performance in class 9 and 10 where 50 per cent weightage will be provided to class 9 marks and 50 percentage to internal assessments of class 10.
A total of 86.34 per cent had cleared the Madhyamik exam in 2020, recording the highest pass percentage ever. A total of 84 Madhyamik candidates had shared the top 10 positions. A total of 10,03,666 students had appeared in the examination in 2020, out of which, 8,43,305 were successful.
West Bengal WBBSE Madhyamik 10th Result 2021 LIVE Updates: Websites to check scorecard
Among the districts, East Midnapore had registered the highest pass percentage (96.59 per cent) in 2020, followed by West Midnapore (92.16 per cent), Kolkata (91.07 per cent), South 24 Parganas (90.60 per cent) and North 24 Parganas (90.05 per cent). From July 22 onwards, marksheets and certificates will be distributed to schools from 49 camp offices.
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