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Home / Education / WBCHSE 12th result 2018 declared Live: 83.75% pass, here’s direct link to check

WBCHSE 12th result 2018 declared Live: 83.75% pass, here’s direct link to check

West Bengal Class 12 result: WBCHSE HS result was announced on Friday.

education Updated: Jun 08, 2018 12:19 IST
HT correspondent
HT correspondent
Hindustan Times, Kolkata
West Bengal Class 12 result: This year, the Uccha Madhyamik results were slightly delayed compared last year, when the results were declared in the last week of May, 2017.
West Bengal Class 12 result: This year, the Uccha Madhyamik results were slightly delayed compared last year, when the results were declared in the last week of May, 2017.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)

The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) announced the results for Uccha Madhyamik (West Bengal Council Higher Secondary or Class 12) examination on Friday.

WBCHSE 12th result 2018: Here is the direct link to check

West Bengal Class 12 result: Live updates

10.34am: This year the West Bengal Board Class 12 result was declared within 58 days from the date of the last exam.

10.32am: In 18 districts of West Bengal, the pass percentage of girls is higher than that of boys.

10.30am: Granthan Sengupta of Jalpaiguri District School, Arts stream, tops with 99.2%.

10.26am: WB Class 12 result 2018 declared. This year, 83.75% students passed.

10.20am: The press conference for result declaration at Rabindra Milan Manch has begun.

10.00am: Around 8.26 lakh students appeared for the Uccha Madhyamik this year. The exams started from March 27 and concluded on April 11.

9.45am: This year, the Uccha Madhyamik results were slightly delayed compared to last year, when the results were declared in the last week of May, 2017.

9.15am: The pass percentage last year was 81.22% and the number of female examinees surpassed the number of male examinees.

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