The WB Madhyamik Result 2021 is scheduled to be announced by the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education on July 20, 2021. As per the presser by the WBBSE for the result for the class 10th exam is at 9 am, and links to check results can be accessed from 10 am.
The result announcement is first at the Meeting Hall, Derozoi Bhawan, 1st floor, DJ-8 Sector-II, Kolkata. in a press conference. Post the press conference, the link is activated for checking the result online at wbresults.nic.in. Since the board examinations were cancelled this year, a new evaluation criteria based on 50:50 formula was used to compile the result.
Most students rush to wbresults.nic.in at the time of result announcement. This may cause the website to crash. In such an eventuality, students can access links at any of the other 11 websites officially listed by WBBSE, or check the results via SMS or through app.
The board has provided the names of a total of total 12 websites that can be used to check out the class 10th results. The websites for checking the results are wbbse.wb.gov.in, wbresults.nic.in, exametc.com, anandabazar.com, telegraphindia.com, Abpeducation.com, indiaresults.com, jagranjosh.com, Results.shiksha, news18bangla.com, 24ghanta.com and wb10.abplive.com.
Students can also pre-register themselves on the exametc.com with their registration number and mobile number to get results via SMS once they are announced.
In addition to this, the candidates can also download the Madhyamik Result mobile app from the play store to evade the heavy rush and traffic on the official website. Or the candidates can also keep a tab on the website i.e. Results.shiksha for checking the result free of cost.
The West Bengal Madhyamik exam has been scheduled from June 1 to June 10 2021. However, amid the surge in the covid cases the exams have to be postponed. As per the latest evaluation criteria, 50% of the total weightage is been allotted to the marks scored by the candidates in class 9 final exam. While the remaining 50% weightage is been allotted to the marks obtained by the candidates in the Class 10th Internal Exams and Projects.
The minimum passing marks for the candidates in the Class 10th exam is fixed at 25 marks. The candidates who score marks less than this will not be considered to have passed the examination.
Schools need to collect the certificates from the camps set up by WBBSE. Guardians of the students in turn can collect the documents from the schools.
Last year, 10,03,666 students appeared for the WB Madhyamik examination. Out of this, 86.34 % of candidates were successful in passing the examination. While the percentage of the candidate who topped the examination was 99.14 for the year 2020.