West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) will declare its class 10th or Madhyamik result 2021 tomorrow, on July 20. The exact time, as well as the list of websites to check results has been announced. Approximately 12 lakh students enrolled for the Madhyamik exams will be able to check their score cards online.
The board has listed two important timings for the result announcements.
At 9 AM tomorrow, the board will announce the result of Madhyamik Pariksha (SE) 2021 for both regular and external students, at the Meeting Hall, Derozio Bhawan, 1st floor, DJ-8, sector-11, Kolkata. After that the links to check result will be available on 12 websites from 10 am.
Websites to check Madhyamik result 2021
WBBSE will declare the result at the following websites.
In order to check their results, students will have to visit the abovementioned websites. Then, they will have to click the appropriate link for the class 10th results. With this, a result login page will open. To access the class 10 result, student’s date of birth and registration number are required. Once entered, students can check their results. In the result, the marks obtained by the candidate, exam name, and student information are mentioned. The result of the West Bengal Madhyamik exams is announced for all the students who have registered.
How to get result by SMS?
Students can even check their results using SMS. To do so, students need to register on exametc.com with registration number and mobile number.
App to check result
Students can check their result via the app named “Madhyamik Result 2021” available on google play store.
The result is prepared on the basis of special evaluation criteria drafted by a committee, after the cancellation of exams. According to the committee, the Madhyamik result this year will be prepared considering class 9th annual exams and class 10th (internals/projects). Both class 9 and 10 will carry equal and 50% weightage in the Madhyamik result 2021. In addition, it has also been decided that in view of the cancellation of exams there will be no merit list this year.
According to the guidelines, the minimum qualifying marks for the Class 10 are 25. All those students scoring higher than the qualifying marks will be declared ‘passed’ and eligible for higher studies. Original marksheet will be obtained from the schools after it is duly approved.
Those students who score less than qualifying marks or those who are not satisfied with their results will be given an opportunity to sit for the special exams which will be held later this year.
Earlier, the class 10th annual exams of West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) were cancelled by the state government due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These exams were supposed to be held between June 1 and 10.