West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2022, WB 10th Result, Get Result Here

West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2022, WB 10th Result, Get Result HereWest Bengal Madhyamik Result 2021 was declared on 20th July 2021. West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) is the official authority to organise the West Bengal Madhyamik & Higher Secondary Examinations. The headquarters of the WB board is located in Nivedita Bhawan, Kolkata. The board has been working since the year 1951 under an Act of the State Legislature. The board regulates and supervises the 10th class examinations annually in all affiliated schools situated in West Bengal. The board is also responsible for the publication of results. Here, candidates can check the complete information about WB 10th Result 2022.

West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2022

WBBSE will declare WB Madhyamik Result 2022 through online mode only. There will be no other mode to check the result. WB 10th Class Result 2022 will be viewed only by entering a roll number or date of birth. So, students should keep their credentials secure till the declaration of the result.- Click here to check your results.

The 10th board examination will be organised in February/March 2022. The students will get their original mark sheet from their respective schools after one month of result declaration.

Last year, WBBSE 10th Result was released on 20th July 2021. So, we can expect that this year also, the result may be released in July 2022.

WB 10th Result Analysis

In the given below table, students can get the data related to the total number of appeared students, the number of students who passed the exam, the overall passing percentage of students and the passing percentage of girls and boys.

Year Appeared Students Overall Passing (%) Passing Girls (%) Passing Boys (%)
2013 10,50,959 75.20 74 74
2014 10,51,859 78.45 77 76
2015 10,35,930 81.80 81 80
2016 11,44,097 84.50 83 83
2017 10,71,717 85.65 86.34 79.62

In 2013, a total of 10,50,959 students were sitting in the examination, out of which 75.20% of students have cleared the exam.

In 2014, a total of 10,51,859 students had appeared in the examination. The numbers of appearing students were increased year by year. The overall pass percentage was also increased with the increment in the girls passing portion.

In the year 2017, a total of 10,71,717 students were sitting in the examination. The passing percentage of this year was 85.65%.

West Bengal Madhyamik Result

How to Check the WB Madhyamik Result 2022

Students need to follow the steps given below to check WB Class 10 Result 2022 through online mode:

  • Navigate the official website link (Link will be provided above).
  • Click on the link.
  • The result page will be opened on the computer screen.
  • Now, fill your “Roll No.” & “Date of Birth” in the given space.
  • Mention the DOB in DD/MM/YY format.
  • After that, click on the ‘submit’ button.
  • The result will be generated on the computer screen.
  • Check the result, download it and keep the printouts for future reference.

Candidates can check the following details in the West Bengal SSC Result 2022:

  • Candidate’s name
  • Father’s name
  • Roll number
  • Enrollment number
  • Total marks
  • Obtained marks
  • Code of school
  • Subjects name
  • Subject code
  • Status of the result
  • Practical and subjects marks
  • Class name
  • School name
  • Registration number

Points to be Remembered

  • Students are advised to keep their roll number secure to check the online West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2022.
  • After downloading the result, do not forget to take a printout of the result for further use.
  • The result is the important document to get admission in the next class and select the stream as per the marks obtained. So, keep it secure.
  • If students will not satisfy with the downloaded result, they can apply for re-checking.
  • Students can apply for revaluation within one month from the declaration of the result.
  • The request for re-correction of exam papers will be accepted only after the payment of re-checking fee.

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