West Bengal WBCHSE HS Result 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: The West Bengal Board declared the class 12 or Uchha Madhyamik, also known as Higher Secondary (HS) results today. The results were be announced by the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) chief who informed that of the 8.19 lakh students, as many as 97.89% students have cleared the exam. This is the highest pass percentage ever observed by the WB Board.
None of the students got a full 100% score. The highest marks scored this year are 499 out of 500. This too has been obtained by a girl from Murshidabad. This year, however, the merit list or topper lists will not be released. District-wise, in every district the pass percentage was 90% or above.
Stream-wise, commerce has surpassed science. This year, the highest pass percentage has been observed by commerce at 99.8% followed closely by science at 99.28%. Arts continues to remain the low scorer at 97.39%. Detailed marksheets available at news18.com, wbbse.nic.in, wbresults.nic.in.
West Bengal HS Result 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: The result is declared on special criteria as this year, exams could not be held due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The criteria for science, commerce, and arts stream is different based on subjects, but the key objective is to assess past three-year performance including class 10, 11 marks as well as class 12 year-long performance.
To check results usually, a roll number is required, this year the admit cards or roll numbers were not issued, hence students can go to schools and collect the same. Principals or heads of institutes will collect the mark sheets from the respective distribution camps. The facility is open today. There are a total of 52 distribution centres and four regional offices appointed for the same. Students and parents can collect mark sheets from the schools on July 23. Along with mark sheets, transfer certificates, character certificates, school leaving certificates among others will also be available.
To clear the exams a student has to secure a minimum of 30 per cent in all compulsory subjects. The mark division has been at 90 points each for the subjects since 2011. There are also 10 points awarded for internal evaluation. A total of 30,220 students have got O grade (90 to 100 marks), while 84,746 students have got an A-plus grade (80 to 89 marks). More than 50 per cent of students (3,22,056) have scored 60 per cent or more marks (first division)