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West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2021: WBBSE Class 10th Result Declared, Know How Marks are Calculated

WBBSE WB Madhyamik Result 2021 at indiaresults.com, wbresults.nic.in (Representative image)

WBBSE WB Madhyamik Result 2021 at indiaresults.com, wbresults.nic.in (Representative image)

WBBSE to declare class 10 Madhyamik result today via a media briefing result to be out at wbbse.org. From evaluation criteria to where to check, know all details here.

The West Bengal Board Of Secondary Education (WBBSE) has declared the class 10 Madhyamik results today, July 20. The result has been announced via a press conference, however, a link to check results will not be available before 10 am at news18.com, wbbse.org, wbresults.nic.in, and indiaresult.com.

WBBSE WB 10th Madhyamik Result 2021 LIVE updates

Registered candidates can also get their results via the news18.com website by filling the below form using their name, mobile number, and email id. Further, select the class 10 result under the class section to get your results.

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The exams were cancelled earlier due to the pandemic situation following a decision by a six-member expert panel that was set up by the state government. More than 10 lakh had registered for the exams this year. To check the results, students will need to login to the WBBSE portal - wbbse.org using their roll number provided on the admit card.

The schools affiliated with the West Bengal board were asked to upload marks on the online portal of the board by June 24. To prepare the results, the government devised special criteria comprising of class 9 final marks and class 10 internals. While 50 per cent weightage will be given to the class 9 marks, the remaining 50 per cent will be allocated to the class 10 internals. No merit list will be released this year meaning no toppers will be announced.

WBBSE WB 10th Madhyamik Result 2021 LIVE updates

Students not happy with the results can apply for a written exam as and when the pandemic situation normalises and the board announces the dates.

The evaluation criteria were finalised after taking suggestions from parents, teachers, students, and the public in general. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had also sought suggestions from the public on whether to hold the exams or not. As many as 34,000 people had said not to hold the board exams this year.

Last year too 10.03 lakh students had registered for the exam of which 8.43 lakh had passed. The pass percentage in 2020 was 86.34 per cent while in 2019 it was 86.07 per cent.

The WB Board will also release the class 12 scores this week on July 22 that has been prepared through a different evaluation scheme as well. The Supreme Court had earlier asked all state boards to release the board results for class 12 by July 31 so that there is no delay in college admissions.

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first published:July 20, 2021, 06:30 IST