Madhyamik result 2019: WBBSE or West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) has declared the Madhyamik result today. The West Bengal Madhyamik result or Class 10 results were declared first in a press conference and the results have been now released online on the official websites of the West Bengal Madhyamik Board. The Madhyamik result was announced by board President Dr. Kalyanmoy Ganguly more than 10 lakh students. West Bengal Class 10 results are announced on wbbse.org and wbresults.nic.in.
he overall pass percentage is 86.07 per cent. Among the districts, East Medinipur is at the top with 96.10 per cent pass percentage and Kolkata is at second spot with 92.13 per cent pass percentage.
West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2019: Direct link
West Bengal Madhyamik result 2019 is available on this direct link:
West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2019: How to check
Madhyamik result 2019: WBBSE results released on wbresults.nic.in
Follow the steps given here to download your WB Madhyamik results 2019:
Step 1: Click on the West Bengal Madhyamik result direct link
Step 2: On next page, click on the results link
Step 3: On next page open, enter your exam details
Step 4: Submit the details
Step 5: Check your results from next page
The candidates may take printout of the WB Madhyamik result. For official use, get your Madhyamik certificate from the concerned authority.
According WBBSE officials, the percentage of girl students in this year's examination was 56.65 while that of boys was 43.35 per cent and total of 10,66,000 students had registered in the examination out of which 10,64,980 were regular students.
Students who pass in Madhyamik exam, which is equivalent to class 10, will be eligible for admission to 10+2.
Apart from websites, the Madhyamik result 2019 will be available on multiple platforms, i.e. on mobile app and through SMS.
Students can download the result app, 'Madhyamik Results 2019', from Google Playstore and check their result using their examination roll number.
In 2018, WBBSE Madhyamik examination was released in June. The overall pass percentage in 2018 was 85.49 per cent.
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