WB 10th Result 2021 declared, now available on wbresults.nic.in- direct link here

West Bengal, WB 10th Result 2021 has been announced in a press conference. 100 per cent students have qualified the examination. 79 students have secured the first position. The result has been released on the official website of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education at 10 am. Students who registered for the examination can check 10th Result at the board website on wbresults.nic.in.

This year, a total of 10,79,749 lakh students registered for the WB Class 10th Examination. Students will need their login credentials to download their results. The direct link to check results will also be provided below. Students can follow the simple steps to check their results without any difficulty.

WB 10th Result 2021: How to Check

  • Check the official website of the board, wbresults.nic.in
  • The link will redirect to a new page. Enter your roll number and date of birth.
  • Click on the submit button to proceed. WBBSE 10th Result 2021 will display on the screen
  • Download and print it for further reference

Students must preserve a copy of the result for use in future. WBBSE Madhyamik Class 10th Examination was cancelled this year in view of the second wave of COVID 19. The state board decided to assess Class 10th students on the basis of internal assessment policy. Students have been evaluated on the basis of the marks obtained in Classes 9th and internal assessment of Class 10th.

Also Read: WB Result 2021 Date, Time announced, 10th on July 20 & 12th on July 22

The board has followed a 50:50 ratio for the calculation of result according to the evaluation criteria. 50 per cent of the result is based on marks obtained in Class 9th and the remaining is assessed on the performance in internal exams of Class 10th. Students who are not satisfied with their result can appear for the special exam which will be conducted by the board when the situation is conducive. For regular updates, students must keep a regular check on the official website of the board.

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