WBCHSE announced class 12th exam results today and students can check their scores online from the official websites; wbresults.nic.in, webbse.org. This year in West Bengal's Uchcha Madhyamik exams, Granthan Sengupta from Arts stream becomes the topper with a score of 99.2 percent marks. 

The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) announced class 12th exam results at a press conference today. Students will now be able to check from the official websites wbresults.nic.in, webbse.org as the HS scores are available now. 

 

 

In 2018, around 8.09 lakh students appeared in the exam out of which 6,63,516 students successfully cleared the exam. The pass percentage this year stood at 83.75 percent. Granthan Sengupta becomes topper in Arts stream scoring 99.2 percent and in Science stream, Ritvik Kumar Sahu topped the HS exam securing 98.6 percent. Check the entire topper list here

 

The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) announced class 12th exam results today on the official websites; wbresults.nic.in, webbse.org. 83.75 percent students of class 12th successfully qualified for higher studies. 

The West Bengal Board exam results for class 12th have been released today, 10:30 am earlier than the scheduled time. Students will be able to check their scores in a while now from the official websites of WBCHSE; wbresults.nic.in, webbse.org. 

Last year in West Bengal, the state board HS exam results were declared in May. The pass percentage in 2017 for 12th exams stood at 81.22% in which girls outperformed with maximum number of percentile over boys. 

West Bengal Uchcha Madhyamik HS exam results will be announce today at 10:30 am on the official websites of WBCHSE; wbresults.nic.in, webbse.org. This year around 8.26 lakh students appeared for the HS exams which were at many centres across the state. 

The students must be ready with their admit card as the HS scores will go live in an hour now. Enter the roll number mentioned on the hall ticket to access the WBCHSE HS results online at wbresults.nic.in, webbse.org. 

The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) will declare its class 12th board exam results today at 10:30 am. All the candidates can check their Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) scores on the official websites of the board; wbresults.nic.in, webbse.org. This is the first time that the West Bengal board took such long time to announce its results than usual. Last year too, the WBCHSE class 12th results were declared in the month of May. The results will be announced for all private and regular courses of WBCHSE HSC 2018.

In 2018, WBCHSE conducted its examination from March 27 which continued till April 11 at various exam centres in the state. Apart from the official website of Maharashtra Board, students this time will also be able to check their WBCHSE results on other third-party web portals such as examresults.net, indiaresults.com using their roll numbers. This year it is estimated that over 8 lakh students appeared for WBCHSE HSC class 12th exams at various centres in the state.

Steps to check WBCHSE class 12 board exam results 2018:

1. Visit the official websites of West Bengal Board; wbresults.nic.in, webbse.org.

2. Soon after the official announcement, the results link for class 12 will be activated on the homepage. Click the link.

3. It will guide you to another page. Enter your roll number and other required details as mentioned in your admit card.

4. Once you submit the details, your WBCHSE class 12 scores will be displayed on the computer screen.

5. Download and take a print out of the same for future references.

The students will get their original marksheet of HSC at their respective schools. Reportedly, last year in December, the West Bengal Board listed five commandments for the class 12th examination. If any of those were violated, candidates will not be allowed to sit for the exams. Quoting the board’s notification, the list includes carrying a mobile to the exam venue, misbehaving with examiners, ramping inside the exam halls, cheating and carrying an answer sheet outside the examination hall.