West Bengal Uchha Madhyamik 2021 result declared, 97% of candidates pass


For the first time in history, a girl from Murshidabad district won the 12 class council exams organized by WBCHSE, while over 97% of the 8.19 lakh applicants passed the exams.

Examinations did not take place this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and grades were awarded based on a student’s previous academic performance.

However, as the exams could not be organized, no merit list was declared this year.

Where to check scores

The 2021 West Bengal Class 12 result has been published on the official websites wbresults.nic.in, wbschse.nic.in. Students in class 12 can pick up their WBBSE HS 2021 score sheets at their schools from July 23.

Students can also get their WBBSE HS 2021 result via SMS. Type “registration number WB12” and send the SMS to 56070, 5676750 or 56263

WBCHSE President Mohua Das thanked CM Mamata Banerjee and other stakeholders for their support throughout the board review process.

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Eighty-six candidates were in the top 10, and the list was dominated by a girl from the minority community who hails from Murshidabad district and scored 499 out of 500 points, council chairman Das said in an interview with journalists.

Of the 8,19,202 candidates who were due to sit for this year’s Class 12 Council exams, 97.69 percent passed, Das said, adding that the pass percentage was 97.70 each for both boys and girls. .

“A total of 3,19,327 candidates achieved Premier League scores or more than 60 percent. This is a little less than last year,” she said.

Das said 9,013 candidates received an O grade (90 to 100 percent of marks) compared to 30,220 last year. Similarly, 49,370 students obtained an A plus grade (80 to 90 percent of the grades) compared to 84,746 last year.

“Although the number of students obtaining O and A plus grades is considerably lower than last year, the number of B plus recipients (60-69%) has dropped from 1,10,265 to 1,65. 186 last year. ” she said.

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The number of students achieving an A grade (70-79 percent) fell slightly to 95,758 from 96,825 last year, Das said.

In total, 99.28 percent of science students passed the exams, while the pass rate was 99.08 percent for business applicants and 97.39 percent for arts applicants.

Candidates can access their results by entering their registration numbers on the nine designated websites, she said, adding that scoring sheets will be distributed to schools by the 52 council camp offices starting on the 23rd. July.

Das said some schools sent in last year’s Class 11 results a year later in June 2021 and there were many inconsistencies, while the grades given by some institutions were unusually high.

“We could have retained these results but considering the future of the students, our experts evaluated the answer sheets of the final exams of class 11 and assigned the marks,” she said.

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If a school or candidate is not satisfied with the result, the head of the school should contact the local council office.

As the Class 12 Council exams did not take place this year due to the pandemic, an assessment method was developed in which the highest marks obtained by a candidate in four of the seven subjects of the class exams 10 of 2019 were weighted with his grades in the annual Class 11 test.

The total scores obtained by a candidate in class 12 projects and practical work have also been added to the weighting.

With contributions from the agency

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