West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) recently concluded the HS Class 12 board exam 2022. All papers were held through the pen-and-paper mode, at affiliated schools across the state. Since then, students are waiting for the board to announce the result date. However, the state education board is yet to provide any clarity on the same. While waiting for the official announcement, students can take a look at the past-year trends to predict the result date.
The West Bengal HS 2022 board exams were conducted across the state, from April 02 to 27, 2022. After 2 years of disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, board exams were finally held, in the conventional manner.
West Bengal HS Result 2022 past-year result dates
On the basis of past-5 year events, the West Bengal HS result 2022 is likely to come out between May 27 and June 08, 2022 i.e., 30-40 days post exam conduction. Looking at previous-year trends (2019, 2018, 2017), it is evident that results are announced during the May-June period.
Following is a table summarising the past-5 year trends pertaining to West Bengal HS Result –
|Year of Exam||Exam Date||Result Date||Difference Between Dates|
|2022||April 02 to 27, 2022||May 27 to June 08, 2022||30-40 days|
|2021||No exam conducted||July 22, 2021||–|
|2020||March 12, 2022 (Some papers were cancelled)||July 17, 2020||127 days|
|2019||February 26 to March 13, 2019||May 27, 2019||78 days|
|2018||March 27 to April 11, 2018||June 08, 2018||33 days|
|2017||March 15 to 29, 2017||May 30, 2022||61 days|
In 2021, the state education board decided on cancelling Class 12 board exams owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of full-fledged written exams, students were evaluated on the basis of alternate criteria.
West Bengal HS Result 2022 past-year pass percentages
The West Bengal HS 2022 pass percentage will be announced around the same time as results. Based on the upward trend showcased in the last 5 years, the pass percentage for 2022 will most likely range between 85-90%.
In 2021 and 2020, the passing percentages were unusually high owing to alternate assessment criteria. However, in 2019, 2018 and 2017, figures were in the range of 80-86%. Considering this upward trend, the pass percentage may not exceed the 90-figure this year.