West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) has declared West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2020 online at wbresults.nic.in and wbbse.org. Nearly 10 lakh students appeared for WB Madhyamik examination 2020. Out of these, 5,76,009 students are female and 4,39,879 male students.
To check WB Madhyamik result, visit the official website at wbresults.nic.in. On the homepage of the website, click on the relevant link of the result. Then, enter the details like roll number and date of birth in the login window. After entering the details, click on the ‘submit’ button. Lastly, download the results and take its printout for future references.
This year, a total of 8.43 lakh students have passed WB Madhyamik examination 2020. The pass percentage for West Bengal Madhyamik examination is 86.34%. As per the Board’s official, this is the highest overall pass percentage of WB Madhyamik examination till date.
This year, boys have outperformed girls with a pass percentage of 89.87% in WB Madhyamik examination. Whereas, the pass percentage for the girls is 83.48%.
East Midnapore district is at the top position with 96.59% in West Bengal Madhyamik examination 2020. The second position is bagged by West Midnapore district with a total pass percentage of 92.16%.
Aritra Pal is the state topper with 99.14%. She scored 694 out of 700 marks. The second position is jointly shared by Sayantan Garai and Avik Das. Both of them have secured 693 marks out of 700. The third position is bagged by 3 students; Soumya Pathak, Debosmita Mahapatra and Aritra Maiti with a total 690 marks out of 700.
The students will get their marksheets from July 22, 2020. It can be collected from 49 camp offices. Students are not allowed to come to collect their mark sheets. Only guardians/parents are allowed to come to get the mark sheets.
Unlike other examinations of the boards, WB Madhyamik examination was conducted in February before the COVID-19 outbreak in the country.
Last year, a total of 10,64,980 students appeared for WB Madhyamik examination. Out of which, 6,03,311 were girls and 4,61,669 were boys. The overall pass percentage of last year was 86.07%. East Midnapore with 96.07% was at the first position. The second position was bagged by Kolkata with 92.13%.