WBBSE 10th Madhyamik Result 2019: 4 alternate ways to check West Bengal Board results online and offline

WBBSE 10th Madhyamik result 2019: Here are the four ways to check results of West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) Madhyamik 2019 or Class 10 board examination. The result will be declared on May 21.
West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) will declare the results for Madhyamik 2019 or Bengal’s Class 10 board examination on May 21.(Ht file)
West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) will declare the results for Madhyamik 2019 or Bengal’s Class 10 board examination on May 21.(Ht file)
Updated on May 19, 2019 12:44 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByNandini

Over 10 Lakh candidates who had appeared for the West Bengal class 10th result 2019 will get their results tomorrow. West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) will declare the results of Madhyamik 2019 or Bengal’s class 10 board exam on May 21 at 9 am.

Candidates will be able to check their results online and offline. Candidates can check their WBBSE Madhyamik 2019 results in four ways.

1. Check WBBSE 10th Result on official websites

Visit the official website of West Bengal Board at wbbse.org or wbresults.nic.in

Find a link on the homepage that reads -WBBSE Madhyamik Result 2019

Click on the link

Key in your registration number, roll number and date of birth (as required on the login page)

Submit the details

Your results will be available on the website

Download and take its print out.

2. Check WBBSE 10th Result on mobile

Candidates who do not have access to computers can check their result on mobile

Open your mobile browser, preferably google chrome

Visit the official website at wbbse.org or wbresults.nic.in

If the website doesn’t open, go to ‘options’ tab in your browser and enable ‘Desktop site’ option

WBBSE website will open

Find a link on the homepage that reads -WBBSE Madhyamik Result 2019

Click on the link

Key in your registration number, roll number and date of birth (as required on the login page)

Submit the details

Your results will be available on the website

3. Get WBBSE 10th Result on SMS

Candidates who want to check their scores offline can get it on SMS

SMS - WB10 ROLL NUMBER - Send it to 56263

As soon as the result is declared, the candidates will get their scores on their message inbox.

4. Check WBBSE 10th Result on third party websites

WBBSE does a partnership with other third party websites on which the results will be available. Candidates who cannot access their result from the official website of the board due to server issues and heavy traffic can check their result from the third party websites. Some of the third party websites include:

examresults.net

indiaresults.nic.in

results.gov.in

jagranjosh.com

This year the results will be declared much ahead of what it was in 2018. Last year, Madhyamik results were announced on June 6. The pass percentage last year was 85.49%.

In 2019, Bengal’s Class 10 board examination started from February 12 and continued till February 22. This year the number of aspirants stood at 10,64,980, a dip by 18,408 than what it was in 2018. Of the total of 10,64,980 aspirants this year, 6,03,311 (56.65%) were girls and 4,61,669 (43.35%) were boys.

Following reports of question paper leaks during the previous years, in 2019, WBBSE took a number of precautionary measures including changing the norms of opening question paper packets.

This year, the invigilators opened sealed packets of question papers in front of students and then distributed the same among them. The decision was taken following the incident in 2018 when the headmaster of Subhasnagar High School in Jalpaiguri district of north Bengal was charged with opening question paper packets 35 minutes before the scheduled time.

Restrictions were also imposed on invigilators carrying mobile phones to the exam halls. They had to deposit their phones to the venue-in-charge (who will be a government officer) at least 30 minutes before the commencement of the exam.

However, despite such precautions several incidences of question papers being leaked were reported from different corners of the state. Criminal Investigation Department (CID), West Bengal also made a number of arrests in this connection.

State education minister, Partha Chatterjee claimed that such incidents were deliberate attempts by a a section to malign the state government’s image. He also sought a report from WBBSE on such incidences of paper leak, following which CID took over the investigation.

(With inputs from Sumanta Ray Chaudhuri)

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