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July 28, 2021

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West Bengal HS outcome 2021: WBCHSE class 12 outcomes declared, test scorecard at wbresults.nic.in | Information

New Delhi: The West Bengal Council of Increased Secondary Schooling (WBCHSE) on Thursday (July 22) introduced the West Bengal Uccha Madhyamik class 12 outcomes. The WBCHSE class 12 HS outcomes had been introduced throughout a press convention on the Rabindra Milan Mancha, Vidyasagar Bhawan of the Council. The general cross share for this yr is 97.69 per cent.
College students awaiting their board outcomes can test their scores by visiting the official web sites – wbresults.nic.in and wbchse.nic.in, at 4 pm.  
As per the report, over 10 lakh college students registered for the WBCHSE class 12 examinations and are eagerly ready for the outcomes. 
Earlier, the West Bengal HS Class 12 exams had been cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The marks will probably be calculated for Class 12 outcomes by means of another analysis methodology.
 
WBCHSE class 12 outcome declared: get outcomes by way of SMS
 
College students may also get their outcomes by way of SMS. To get WB outcomes on a cell phone, sort WB12 <area> registration quantity and ship the SMS to 56070, 5676750, or 56263.
The West Bengal authorities had earlier cancelled each Madhyamik (Class 10) and Uchchatar Madhyamik (Class 12) exams in view of COVID-19. Later, the 2 boards introduced various evaluation standards for his or her college students.
WBCHSE stated for evaluating Class 12 college students, the board will use a 40:60 components the place 40 per cent weightage will probably be given to the perfect of 4 topics in Madhyamik examination held in 2019 and 60 per cent weightage to the annual Class 11 principle examination held in 2020 plus Class 12 practicals or initiatives, for Science and Arts.
The West Bengal Board of Secondary Schooling (WBBSE) has already introduced Class 10 outcomes.
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