West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2021, WB WBBSE Board 10th Madhyamik Result 2021 LIVE Updates: The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) will declare the result of the Madhyamik class 10 examination today at 10 am. After the result is asserted, college students will be capable of examine their result by visiting the official web site wbbse.org and wb.allresults.nic.in. The hyperlink to examine the result will probably be accessible on the homepage of the official web site solely.
Candidates may examine their outcomes by means of SMS. Students need to sort WB<area>10 on their cellular, adopted by roll quantity and ship to 54242/56263/58888. The result will probably be obtained on the cellular itself, for which there will probably be no want for web.
This 12 months, the category 10 board exams had been cancelled and college students will probably be evaluated primarily based on an alternate marking scheme. Class 10 college students will probably be evaluated primarily based on efficiency at school 9 and 10 the place 50 per cent weightage will probably be supplied to class 9 marks and 50 share to inside assessments of sophistication 10.
A total of 86.34 per cent had cleared the Madhyamik exam in 2020, recording the best go share ever. A complete of 84 Madhyamik candidates had shared the highest 10 positions. A complete of 10,03,666 college students had appeared within the examination in 2020, out of which, 8,43,305 had been profitable. The go share of male college students stood at 89.87 per cent whereas that of feminine college students stood at 83.48 per cent.
West Bengal WBBSE Madhyamik 10th Result 2021 LIVE Updates: Websites to examine scorecard
Among the districts, East Midnapore had registered the best go share (96.59 per cent) in 2020, adopted by West Midnapore (92.16 per cent), Kolkata (91.07 per cent), South 24 Parganas (90.60 per cent) and North 24 Parganas (90.05 per cent). From July 22 onwards, marksheets and certificates will probably be distributed to varsities from 49 camp places of work.
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