WBBSE Result, West Bengal Madhyamik, WB 10th Result 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: All 10.79 lakh students who had registered for class 10 board exams in the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) are pass. In a first-ever, the WB Board has obtained a 100% pass percentage in Madhyamik result. The results were announced in a press conference by President Kalyanmoy Ganguly will shortly announce the results.
The West Bengal result is the best ever in the current decade. Not only have all the students been promoted with the highest ever pass percentage of 100% but also there is an increase in the number of toppers. A total of 79 students have jointly held the top rank with 697 marks. Further, 42,855 students got marks above 90%. About 1.60 lakh students got 80% to 63% marks or first division. More than 6 lakh students got marks above 80 percent.
Notably, This is also the first-ever result without exams for West Bengal Board. Even though last year’s exams were too marred by COVID-19 pandemic but by the time lockdown hit, several exams were already held. To evaluate students the board has adopted a 50:50 approach giving class 9 finals and class 10 internals equal weightage to calculate marks.
WBBSE Result, West Bengal Madhyamik, WB 10th Result 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: Usually, students get their results by filling in their roll numbers, since the admit cards were not released. Now students can get their admit cards as well as mark sheets from their respective school’s “Camp Office”. Students need to be accompanied by parents or guardians. Only after the sign of the guardian will the certificates be issued. Parents/guardians will have to follow the COVID-19, students attendance is not mandatory. After collecting the marksheet, students can download mark sheets from wbbse.org, wbresults.nic.in, and indiaresult.com.
The print-out of online results will act as a provisional marksheets. students need to ensure there is no error in the same. This year, no toppers will be announced and the merit list will not be released since exams were cancelled.
This year, the exams were cancelled and the result is being declared based on special criteria. Students will be assessed based on their past performance and year-long performance. For class 10, marks obtained in class 9 and internal marks for class 10 will be calculated. Due to absence of exams. No merit list will be declared and hence no toppers will be announced.