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West Bengal Higher Secondary Result 2020

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  • Higher Secondary 2020 result declared, pass percentage 90.13%
    Boys pass percentage at 90.44%, girls pass percentage over 90%
    Kolkata, East & West Midnapore, North & South 24 Parganas best preforming districts
  • Higher Secondary 2020 result declared, pass percentage 90.13%
  • Boys pass percentage at 90.44%, girls pass percentage over 90%
  • Kolkata, East & West Midnapore, North & South 24 Parganas best preforming districts
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West Bengal Higher Secondary Result 2020:

The West Bengal Higher Secondary 2020 result has been declared. The pass percentage this year is 90.13 percent. This is way higher than the pass percentage recorded last year which was at 86.29 percent. The pass percentage among boys this year is 90.44 percent while the pass percentage among girls is over 90 percent.

The best performing districts this year include Kolkata, East and West Mindapore, North and South 24 Parganas, Howrah, Hooghly, Jhargram, Kalimpong and Murshidabad. All these districts recorded an over 90 percent pass percentage among students.

Students can check the result on the official website - wbresults.nic.in. Students can also get their detailed Higher Secondary Result on this page when it is released by the Board.

The Higher Secondary marksheet will be available by July 31, the WBCHSE has said. Students who want to a review of their answer scripts can do so by August 31.

The results of the Higher Secondary exams are being released following an assessment scheme as announced by the board after some pending exams had to be canceled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

 

West Bengal Higher Secondary Exams 2020: 

The West Bengal Higher Secondary examinations began on March 12 this year, but due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, the rest of the examinations had to be postponed by the West Bengal government. The pending Higher Secondary exams were re-scheduled for July 2, 6, and 8, but the West Bengal government cancelled them on June 26. An assessment scheme for the students who were scheduled to take these pending examinations has been worked out and the results are being declared on the basis of that. 

West Bengal Higher Secondary Result 2019:

The West Bengal Higher Secondary Result 2019 was announced on May 27, 2019. The HS board examination 2019 was conducted by WBCHSE from February 26 to March 13. For the 2019 year, a total of 8,16,243 candidates appeared in the HS Board Examination. The overall Pass Percentage was recorded at 86.92 percent. Boys outperformed girls with 87.44% and 85.30% pass percentages, respectively.

Shovan Mandal and Rajarshi Barman were declared joint toppers for Higher Secondary Exams 2019. Both the state toppers obtained 498 out of 500 marks i.e. 99.6% marks.

In the Arts stream, Granthan Sengupta secured highest passing marks with 99.2%, while Ritvik Kumar Sahu was declared Science stream topper with 98.6% marks. Rakesh Dey bagged overall fourth position in the results by securing 98.4% marks.

Arkadipta Ghosh ranked fifth overall in the HS 2019 merit list and scored highest marks among girls with 97.2%. Srijita Ghosh topped the state capital Kolkata by securing 97.6% marks, securing the eight position in the state. In a first, a total of 137 students made it to the West Bengal Top Ten Merit List 2019.

District-wise, East Midnapore registered the highest pass percentage. Kolkata recorded the second highest pass percentage, followed by Kalimpong and West Midnapore at the third and fourth spots, respectively.

 

Arkadipta Ghosh ranked fifth overall in the HS 2019 merit list and scored highest marks among girls with 97.2%. Srijita Ghosh topped the state capital Kolkata by securing 97.6% marks, securing the eight position in the state. In a first, a total of 137 students made it to the West Bengal Top Ten Merit List 2019.

District-wise, East Midnapore registered the highest pass percentage. Kolkata recorded the second highest pass percentage, followed by Kalimpong and West Midnapore at the third and fourth spots, respectively.