"West Bengal Board of Secondary Education officials published the Madhyamik results today, 20 July 2021. Get the direct link here."
West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) officials have published the Madhyamik results today, 20 July, at 9 AM. Earlier in the morning, a press conference took place detailing the release of the marks. The link to the results became available at 10 AM on the board’s official website.
More than 10 lakh Madhyamik students can avail their results this year. Hence, candidates can check the results by logging in to the portal with their roll number and date of birth. The results will contain the candidate’s name, roll number, marks by subject, aggregate marks, score division, and qualifying status.
In 2021, the WBBSE cancelled their class 10 board examinations due to COVID-19 concerns. Therefore, the results will feature the student’s class 9 assessment performance and internal assessment scores in place of exams. The two segments of the aggregate score will receive 50-50 weightage. Students unsatisfied with the alternate evaluation framework can apply for re-evaluation on the official website. Additionally, students who do not qualify for re-evaluation can still apply for the compartment examination later in the year.
Steps to Check West Bengal Madhyamik Results
WBBSE published the West Bengal class 10 results this morning. Thus, students can follow the given instructions to view their marks.
- Visit the official website – wbresults.nic.in
- Click on the Madhyamik Pariksha result 2021 link on the home page.
- The website will then open on to the WB Madhyamik results login page.
- Enter the roll number and date of birth to the login. Additionally, candidates must enter their date of birth in dd/mm/yyyy formatting.
- The screen will then display the West Bengal Madhyamik results.
- Finally, go through the scorecard and save the results for future reference.
Alternate Methods to Check WB Results
The WBBSE’s official website stands a chance of crashing due to heavy traffic. Therefore, students can use the following third-party websites to view their marks from 10 AM on 20 July.
The results are also available via SMS on their previously registered mobile number. Moreover, candidates can check their scores through the Google Play “Madhyamik result 2021” mobile app.