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West Bengal board Class 10 results at a glance

The West Bengal Board Of Secondary Education (WBBSE) on Tuesday declared the results of Class 10 or Madhyamik examination. Students can view their result online through various websites.

Board exams 2016 Updated: May 10, 2016 21:37 IST
HT Correspondent
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Students in Bankura celebrate after the results to West Bengal Board of Secondary Education's Class 10 examination were declared.(PTI)

The West Bengal Board Of Secondary Education (WBBSE) on Tuesday declared the results of Class 10 or Madhyamik examination. Students can view their result online through various websites.

In order to view results online, students can log on to any of the following websites - www.wbbse.org, http://wbresults.nic.in, www.exametc.com, www.examresults.net

or

Click here to go directly to the login page.

Fill in the required details, like roll number and date of birth, and click on the submit button and the result will be displayed on the screen.

To know your result through SMS, you can type WB10, give space and write their 10-digit roll number and send it to any of the following numbers: 58888711, 52070, 54242, 56263, 5676750 and 56263.

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The state government had taken special measures to ensure a glitch-free exam, which was taken by a record 11,53,432 students, in a year when West Bengal also conducted the assembly elections.

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West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2016

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Total No of candidates enrolled: 11,54,399
  • Total No. of candidates increased from last year: 1,17,651
  • Male : Female, Gender Ratio: 1000:1151
  • Total No. of candidates appeared: 11,43,372
  • Successful candidates: 9,27,453
  • Pass percentage: 82.74%
  • Pass percentage increased by: 0.08%
  • Pass percentage of girls: 79.62%
  • Pass percentage of boys: 86.34%
  • Pass percentage of East Midnapore is highest – 93.10% followed by Kolkata – 90.62%
  • Girl students outnumber boys – 104,519 more girls took the exam compared to boys
  • No of exam centers and venues: 2753
  • No of examiners: 53178
  • No. of head examiners:1080
  • No. of scrutinizers: 4890
  • Compared to 2015 this year 38,736 more students have passed the exam
  • Admission in class XI will not be a problem because the hike in pass percentage is negligible.
  • This is the fourth year Madhyamik exam is being conducted only on class X syllabus.
  • Merit list of top 10 rank holders consisting of 56 students published by the board.
  • Result published in 89 days.
  • Pass percentage of physically challenged students: 95.56%
  • 30 candidates took the exam from 3 correctional homes. 29 passed
  • 62,572 more Muslim girl students took the exam this year compared to boys from the community
  • Madhyamik exam 2016 begins on February 22, 2015 and concludes on March 3, 2015.

TOPPERS 2016

  • Rank 1, Marks 683: Souvik Barman, Mathabhanga High School, Coochbehar
  • Rank 2; Marks 682: Titas Dubey, Simlapal Mangalmoyee Vidyamandir, Bankura
  • Rank 2; Marks 682: Debdatta Pal, Ghutibazar Binodini Girls High School, Hooghly
  • Rank 2; Marks 682: Ramik Dutta, Durgapur Sri Sri Sarada Vidyaptih, Burdwan
  • Rank 3; Marks 681: Subhrajit Mandal, Chakdah Ramlal Academy, Nadia
  • Rank 3; Marks 681: Anik Ghosh, Rampurhat Jitendralal Vidyabhaban, Birbhum

DISTRICT WISE PASS PERCENTAGE:

  • East Midnapore: 93.10%
  • Kolkata: 90.62%
  • South 24 Parganas: 89.46%
  • North 24 Parganas: 88.35%
  • West Midnapore: 85.81%
  • Hooghly: 85.17%
  • Howrah: 84.51%
  • Malda: 82.76%
  • Nadia: 79.22%
  • Murshidabad: 77.78%
  • Darjeeling: 77.68%
  • Burdwan: 76.93%
  • Purulia: 76.78%
  • South Dinajpur: 74.86 %
  • Bankura: 74.68%
  • Cooch Behar: 73.98%
  • Birbhum: 72.42%
  • Alipurduar: 71.06%
  • North Dinajpur: 69.41%
  • Jalpaiguri: 67.80%

Subject wise total number of candidates securing ‘AA’ grade or between 90 and 100 marks:

  • First Language: 10,718
  • Second Language: 6,134
  • Mathematics: 27,348
  • Physical Science: 31,989
  • Life Science: 54,584
  • History: 5,910
  • Geography: 12,803

HOW THE JAILBIRDS PERFORMED:

  • 29 passed, out of 30 candidates took the exam from 3 correctional homes
  • Alipore Central Jail: 3 Appeared and Passed
  • Alipore Women’s Central Correctional Home: 1 Appeared and Passed
  • Jalpaiguri Central Correctional Home: 26 Appeared and 25 Passed