Announced WBCHSE Class 12 results declared, here’s direct link to check
West Bengal HS result 2018: The results for Uccha Madhyamik (West Bengal Council Higher Secondary or Class 12) examination were declared by the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) on Friday.Updated: Jun 08, 2018 12:06 IST
The results for Uccha Madhyamik (West Bengal Council Higher Secondary or Class 12) examination were declared by the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) on Friday.
This year, 83.75% students passed. Granthan Sengupta of Jalpaiguri District School, from the arts stream, topped with 99.2%. In 18 districts of West Bengal, the pass percentage of girls is higher than that of boys. This year the West Bengal Board Class 12 result was declared within 58 days from the date of the last exam.
West Bengal board HS result 2018: Here’s direct link to check
The results will be available at the official website of WBCHSE, wbresults.nic.in, according to WBCHSE president, Mauha Das.
WBBSE Class 12 results 2018: Here’s how to check once the result is uploaded online
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This year, the Uccha Madhyamik results were slightly delayed compared last year, when the results were declared in the last week of May, 2017.
Around 8.26 lakh students appeared for the Uccha Madhyamik this year. The exams started from March 27 and concluded on April 11. Last year, slightly more than 7.44 lakh students took the exam.
The pass percentage last year was 81.22% and the number of female examinees surpassed the number of male examinees. Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee credited her dream “Kanyashree” scheme for encouraging more girls students to stop dropping out of school and go for higher education.
The result of the Madhyamik (Secondary or Class 10) examination was announced by the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) on June 6. This year, the pass percentage went down to 85.49% from 85.75% last year.
Sanjivani Debnath of Suniti Academy in the north Bengal district of Cooch Behar stood first scoring 689 out of 700 (or 98.4%). Out of the 23 districts, students of East Midnapore recorded the maximum pass percentage with 96.13% followed by West Midnapore at 91.75% and Kolkata at 91.11%. Among the differently abled candidates, the pass percentage stood at 88.82%.