Students can check the results on the board’s official website wbbse.org or www.abpeducation.com
The West Bengal Madhyamik 2020 results have been announced, and the pass percentage stands at 86.34. The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) has also declared the result on its official website wbbse.org with the help of registration number and roll number. More so, students can check their results on www.abpeducation.com.
This year’s pass percentage (86.34) is an improvement from last year’s 86.07 percent.
Keeping in view the gender-wise percentage segregation, 89.87% males and 83.48% females have been successful. Scoring 694 out of 700, and percentage of 99.14, Arithra Pal from North Bardhaman has topped the Madhyamik results 2020.
The district-wise pass percentages are:
East Midnapore- 96.59%
West Midnapore- 92.16%
The results were announced in a virtual press conference today by WBBSE President Kalyanmoy Ganguly.
Madhyamik exams were held from February 18 to February 27, and the second phase ended on March 13.
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