West Bengal Board 10th Result 2021 Declared: 10th Result Released- Check From This Direct Link: West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) has released the 10th result. Announcing the WB Board Class 10 results, Board Secretary Kalyanmoy Ganguly said that the students would need their registration number and date of birth to view the results on the official websites. The board has recorded 100% pass percentage this year. A total of 10,79,749 students had registered for the exam, of which 46,5850 are boys and the rest are girls. This year 100% students have passed. Last year the pass percentage was 86.34 per cent.
Students can check their results by visiting the official websites wbresults.nic.in and wbbse.wb.gov.in from 10 am. Apart from this, they can also check their result on private websites indiaresult.com and exametc.com. The result of class 10 secondary has been prepared keeping in mind your 50% marks from class 9 annual examination and 50% from the internal marks of 10th.
Check West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2021 with these steps
- Students first go to the official website wbresults.nic.in.
- Click on the result link given on the website.
- Now submit the requested information like roll number or other.
- Your result will appear on the screen.
- Now check it.
- Take a print out of it for future reference.
Check results on these websites
Students can check their results by visiting the websites given below.
- wb.gov.in – Official
- nic.in – Official
- com – Private
- com – Private
Check result through SMS like this
Students can also check their result through an SMS. To check WBBSE Class 10 Result 2021, students need to type WB10 on their mobile along with their roll number and send the message to 54242/56263/58888.
Dissatisfied students can give exam
Unsatisfied students will be given a chance to appear in the examination. West Bengal Board President, Kalyanmoy Ganguly said, “Students who are dissatisfied with their results will have the option to take the physical examination after the COVID situation is over.”