March 5, 2021 5:51 am

West Bengal WBBSE Madhyamik Pariksha Results 2017 declared, check at wbresults.nic

The board has announced the West Bengal WBBSE Madhyamik Pariksha Results 2017 today at

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West Bengal WBBSE Madhyamik Pariksha Results 2017: The deck for West Bengal WBBSE Madhyamik Pariksha Results 2017 is all set now. The board has announced the West Bengal WBBSE Madhyamik Pariksha Results 2017 today at

Earlier, many reports had suggested that the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) will declare the West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2017 on May 27. Now the board has officially announced the results. A notification in this regard was put on the board website yesterday.

The WBBSE Class 10 Exams were held from February 22 to March 3. According to reports, over 10 lakh students have appeared for the WB Madhyamik Exam 2017. Many reports earlier suggested that results may be declared in the mid of May, however board has said that plans to release the results in the last week of May.

Last year, around 11.4 lakh students had appeared for the WBBSE 10th Madhyamik examinations, out of which 54.59 percent were girls and 79.62% of could clear the exams. 86.34% boys passed the exams. Last year exams was topped by Souvik Barmam of Mathabhanga High School, Cooch Behar who had scored 683 marks out of 700.

The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) is a statutory body that conducts Class 10 examination in the state. All government and private schools in the state come under the purview of the board.

Like other states, in West Bengal, primary education is from Class – I to IV and secondary education is from Class – V to X (Junior High or Upper Primary stage is from class – V to VIII and High School stage is Class – IX and X) and Class-XI and XII constitute the Higher secondary stage.

Also Read: CBSE board results 2017: Here’s how to check CBSE Class 12 results 2017, CBSE Class 10 results 2017

The entire system has a dual control. According to government, the syllabus and curriculum as well as final evaluation are administered by the West Bengal Board of Primary Education, West Bengal Board of Secondary Education, West Bengal Council for Higher Secondary Education & West Bengal Council of Rabindra Open Schooling in their respective areas. The recognition and affiliation parts are also looked after by the autonomous bodies under the overall guidance of the School Education Department.

How to check West Bengal WBBSE Madhyamik Pariksha Results 2017

  • Go to official website –
  • Click on WBBSE Madhyamik Pariksha Examination 2017.
  • Enter your roll number and other details.
  • After submitting the form, the results will be displayed.
  • Get a print copy and save it digitally for future references.

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  1. sir amra khub chintito sir bolun kobe result. sobai bolche 22 tarekha kitu kali to 22 tarikh tahola kono news paper ba tv te dakhche na kano. sir please please please it is my earnest request ajker modhe bolben.

  2. Comment:sir kono media bolche Na 22 tarik a result berobe ki Na amara sobai jani 24 Tarik jodi 22 tarik result hoy tahole jeno seta media channels a tarari dekhano hoy amra sobai khub chintito.please sir

  3. If students fail or become Compart then why they have to wait for whole year and give exam next year, why not authority set up some suitable date after two to three months so that students again can be examined and they can save their precocious year

  4. We all know the result will b declare in the last week of May but it will b very helpful to us if u tell the appropriate date of madhyamik result 2017. So, I’m requesting to u to tell us the exact date, sir.

  5. Hi sir, Ami khub confusion a a6i result er date niye, kew bol6e 24 abr kew bol6e 26 abr kew bol6e 29 but akhn abr sunlam agami kal result out mane 22 tarikhe,
    tahole result sotti debe koto tarike

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