Once the Madhyamik results are announced, students can check it on wbresults.nic.in and www.abpeducation.com as well.
The West Bengal Madhyamik 2020 results have been finally announced. The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) has also released a merit list along with the results, unlike CBSE, ICSE and ISC . The Madhyamik results can be checked on the official website of WBBSE - wbresults.nic.in. Candidates will also be able to check their detailed Madhyamik Result on www.abpeducation.com.
We bring to you every information of what’s happening when it comes to the Madhyamik Results 2020:
10.43 AM: The board has not declared the next year's examination date due to the coronavirus crisis.
10.42 AM: No students from Kolkata have ranked in top 10.
10.41 AM: Total 84 students have secured ranks in top 10 position.
10.40 AM: Sampriti Roy, Debanjan Dey, Rupsha Saha, Ankan Patra, Prabhas Dutta, Debayut Ghosh, Annesha Bhattacharjee, Adaitya Pande, Trisha Sarkar, Sayan Biswas, Chayanika Murmu, Megha Mondal have secured a joint tenth position with 683 marks.
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10.34 AM: Ujjyashi Mandal, Subhodip Banerjee, Subhodip Baidya, Sayak Banik, have secured nineth position with 684 marks.
10.32 AM: Ankita Ghosh, Suvankar Maity, Soumaprovo Dey, Mohajon Debnath, Manjhu Haldar, Ayan Ghosh are among the names that have secured eighth position.
10.29 AM: 11 students have secured a joint eighth position with 685 marks.
10.28 AM: Aritra Majhi, Sagnik Mitra, Souvik Sarkar, Sampriti Kundu are among the names that have have secured seventh position.
10.26 AM: 17 students have managed to secure a joint seventh position with 686 marks.
10.25 AM: 12 students secured a joint sixth position with 687 marks.
10.24 AM: Swastik Sarkar, Rashmita Sinha Mahapatra, along with two others have secured fifth position.
10.23 AM: Agniva Saha secured fourth position with 689 marks.
10.22 AM: Souma Pathak, Deboshmita Mahapatra, Aritra Maity have secured third position with 690 marks.
10.21 AM: Sayantan Gorai, Avik Das have secured the second position jointly with 693 marks.
10.20 AM: Aritra Paul has secured top position with 694 marks and his passing percentage is 99.14 percent.
10.19 AM: The pass percentage of boys is 89. 87. The pass percentage of girls is 83.48
10.17 AM: This year, the pass percentage in WBBSE Madhyamik exam stands at 86.34 percent.
10.16 AM: 8,43,305 students have cleared the Madhyamik examination.
10.15 AM: The marksheets will be delivered to the schools on July 22.
10.11 AM: Kolkata stands at the 3rd position when it comes to the overall passing percentage with 91.07 %.
10.08 AM: This year, the East Medinipur district gets the highest success rate with 96:59%.
10.06 AM: WBBSE has declared Madhyamik 2020 results after 139 days of the first phase of examination.
10.05 AM: The virtual press conference of WBBSE has already started.
Prof. Dr. Kalyanmoy Ganguly, WBBSE president, has started declaring the WBBSE Madhyamik 2020 results.
9.50 AM: The WBBSE Class 10 or Madhyamik 2020 results will be announced soon. Candidates can check their results online from 10:30 am. Students can check it on the official website of WBBSE - wbresults.nic.in. Candidates will also be able to check their detailed Madhyamik Result on www.abpeducation.com as well.
This year, the WBBSE Madhyamik examination was held between February 18 to 27 in 2,839 centers across the state. A total of 10,15,888 candidates appeared for the class 10 examinations this year. The paper assessment procedure has been delayed due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Last year, the West Bengal Madhyamik Results were declared on May 21, 2019. A total of 10,50,397 students had appeared for the examination. The overall Pass Percentage was 86.07 percent. The pass percentage of male candidates was 89.97 percent, while for female candidates it stood at 82.87.
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