West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2021 LATEST Updates: The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) will declare the results of Class 10 or Madhyamik results on Tuesday, 20 July. The scorecards will be available on the official website - wbresults.nic.in - at 10 am.
Since the Madhyamik results will be released on the basis of alternative assessment criteria in the absence of board exams as they were cancelled this year due to the COVIID-19 crisis, the board will not release any merit list.
Kalyanmoy Ganguly, the president of West Bengal Board of Secondary Education, had earlier said in the notification that the marksheets will be released on 20 July.
What time will West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2021 be declared
"There will be no merit list this time. Class 10 (Madhyamik) candidates can download the score sheet by logging on to designated websites from 10 am on Tuesday," Ganguly said in the notification.
Further in the notification, Ganguly added that candidates who are waiting for their results can avail them by logging in to the official website.
The West Bengal Class 10 result will be officially announced at a press conference at 9 am, however, the scorecards will be available for students on the official website from 10 am onward.
Steps to check Class 10 results:
Step 1: Visit official websites - wbbse.wb.gov.in or wbresults.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the result link
Step 3: Enter your login details
Step 4: Hit on 'submit'
Step 5: Download your Madhyamik 2021 result
Students who want to improve their scores obtained through the alternative assessment criteria will be given an opportunity to appear in a written test whenever the government thinks fit to hold them. If they take the exam, marks obtained in it will be final.
Third-party websites to check WB Madhyamik Result 2021:
The board also informed that concerned heads of schools will collect their students' pass certificates, mark sheets and admit cards from camp offices from 10 am Tuesday. Students will not be allowed to visit their schools and collect the documents.
Earlier this year, the state board exams were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns in the country.
As per WBBSE's evaluation scheme, the Class 10 results have been prepared after giving full weightage to Class 9 and Class 10 exams in a 50:50 ratio. The first 50 percent marks have been given from Class 9 annual exam results while, the remaining 50 percent has been provided from Class 10 (internal assessments).
Last year performance:
As many as 10,17,261 students had registered for the board exams last year and of them, 86.34 percent of students had qualified.
In 2020, WB Madhyamik results were released on 15 July. While Medinipur-East district had recorded the highest pass percentage with 96.59 percent, Medinipur-West came second with 92.16 percent.