The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) has released the much-awaited Class 10 exam results 2017 for both regular and external students, today on May 27, 2017. The result was announced by the Board Chairman at a press conference at 10 a.m. Along with the result, the WBBSE also released the toppers’ list and the merit list, officially. This year, overall pass percentage stood at 85.65%, while Anwesa Payne of Vivekanand Shikshayatan School, Bankura, has topped by scoring 490 marks out of 500. Opposite to the national-wide trend, the boys have fared better than the girls, once again in the WBBSE 10th Result 2017. The pass percentages of boys and girls are 86.34% and 79.62%, respectively.
The West Bengal Board successfully conducted the Madhyamik exams from February 22 to March 03, 2017. The 10-day exam started with the First language comprising Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Nepali, Oriya, Gurumukhi, Telugu, Tamil, and Urdu. Around 10,72,000 students appeared for the exam. Last year, the WBBSE Madhyamik Result was announced on May 09, 2016, in which 11,44,097 students appeared, out of which 84.50% passed.
Click on the direct link that has been hosted below.
Find the link ‘WB Board Results 2017’ and click on it.
Enter the details such as Roll Number and other credentials required.
Hit the ‘Submit’ button and the West Bengal 10th Result 2017 will be displayed.
Download the result and save or take a printout of the same for future use.
Checking the Result via SMS
In order to get the WBBSE Class 10 Result 2017, what all the candidates need to do is to type WB10<Space>Roll Number and text the same to 54242, 5676750, 58888 or 56263.Within a few seconds, they will receive their result cum scorecard on their mobiles.
About the West Bengal Board
Constituted in 1951 under a State Legislature entitled the West Bengal Secondary Education Act 1950, the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education aims to regulate, control and develop secondary education in the state. The WBBSE also conducts the secondary examination in all the public and private schools affiliated to it.