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West Bengal Higher Secondary Result 2021

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WB Higher Secondary (Class 12) Results 2021

The marking formula for the West Bengal Higher Secondary board exams has been announced last month. The Higher Secondary (HS) results will be based on the students’ Madhyamik marks, Class XI annual theory marks, and Class XII project work and/or practicals. If any student is unhappy with the HS assessment, he/she would be given a chance to appear for a written exam whenever the COVID-19 situation in the state improves. In such a case, the marks scored in the exam will be final.

Marking formula for HS 2021:

  • 40% weightage to highest marks obtained in 4 subjects (100 marks each) in Madhyamik
  • 60% weightage to Class XI annual exam theory marks (70 marks for science subjects and 80 marks for non-practical) and Class XII project (20 marks) and/or practicals (30 marks)

West Bengal Higher Secondary Result 2020:

On July 17, 2020, the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education declared the class 12 board examination results. A total of 7.61 lakh appeared in the exam, out of which 90.13% passed.

More than 90% of the candidates who took the class 12 board examinations in West Bengal passed the Higher Secondary examination this year, the results of which were declared on Friday. This is the highest ever pass percent recorded in the class 12 board exams in the state.

The top three districts which recorded the maximum pass percent were Kolkata, East Midnapore, and West Midnapore.

The total number of students clearing the exams is 6,80,057. The overall pass percentage 90.13% which is the highest ever. 90.44% boys and over 90% girls clear the exam. Kolkata, East Medinipur, West Medinipur, and Kalimpong are the top 4 districts. The minority pass percentage is over 85%. There is a 4 percent increase in pass percentage this year from 2019. Subject-wise, there is a 98% pass percentage in Science stream, 92% in commerce and 88.74% in Arts and Humanities. For the first time ever, almost 30,000 students have got over 90% marks and over 80,000 have got between 80%-90%. 

Shovan Mandal and Rajarshi Barman have been declared joint toppers for West Bengal Class 12th Exams 2020. Both the state toppers have obtained 498/500 i.e. 99.6% marks. In the Arts stream, Granthan Sengupta secured the 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 declared today by securing 98.4% marks.

Arkadipta Ghosh ranked fifth overall in the WB Class 12th merit list and has scored the highest marks in the girl's category with 97.2%.

Srijita Ghosh has topped the state capital Kolkata by securing 97.6% marks, standing at eighth position in the state.

 

About West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE)

The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSEE) was established through the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education, Act 1975. It has been entrusted with the task of regulating the school education system at the 10+2 level. At present, the WBCHSE organizes the Class 12th Board Examination in the state for the evaluation of students at the Higher Secondary level.

Shovan Mandal and Rajarshi Barman have been declared joint toppers for West Bengal Class 12th Exams 2020. Both the state toppers have obtained 498/500 i.e. 99.6% marks. In the Arts stream, Granthan Sengupta secured the 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 declared today by securing 98.4% marks.

Arkadipta Ghosh ranked fifth overall in the WB Class 12th merit list and has scored the highest marks in the girl's category with 97.2%.

Srijita Ghosh has topped the state capital Kolkata by securing 97.6% marks, standing at eighth position in the state.

 

About West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE)

The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSEE) was established through the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education, Act 1975. It has been entrusted with the task of regulating the school education system at the 10+2 level. At present, the WBCHSE organizes the Class 12th Board Examination in the state for the evaluation of students at the Higher Secondary level.