West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee has announced that West Bengal Madhyamik result 2020 will be out on July 15, 2020, whereas, WBCHSE class 12th result 2020 date on July 17. Once released, students can check their WBBSE result 2020 online for class 10th and 12th at wbresults.nic.in and wbbse.org.
On July 14, the board released the login to check the Madhyamik result 2020 at wbresults.nic.in. However, a few hours later, the board removed the link for checking the class 10th result from the official website.
The state chief minister, offered her best wishes to students of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education’s Class 10 or Madhyamik examination for which the results will be declared tomorrow. The chief minister said that, “I congratulate those whose results will be announced tomorrow. Some students may not do well but I want to tell them in advance there is no reason to lose hope. They should prepare themselves and appear for the examination again“.
This year, around 10 lakh students appeared for the West Bengal board exams 2020. The WBBSE class 10th exams were held from February 18 to 27 while the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) conducted the class 12th exam from February 12 to 27. However, the results have been delayed because of the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown.
To check West Bengal result 2020, firstly, visit the official website and then, click on the relevant link of the result. Next, enter the roll number and date of birth. After entering the details, click on the ‘submit’ button to view the results. Lastly, download the result and take a printout of it.
After the result is declared, the students have to get their respective mark sheets from their schools. Generally, the mark sheets are handed over to the students as soon as results are declared but this year it shall be made online as the schools are shut due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Last year, a total of 10,64,980 students appeared for the West Bengal Madhyamik examination. Out of which, 6,03,311 were girls and 4,61,669 were boys. The overall pass percentage was 86.07%. East Midnapore district was at the top position with 96.10% which was followed by Kolkata. The pass percentage of Kolkata was 92.13%.