Calcutta University announces results for BA, BSc Part I exam; check wbresults.nic.in to know your score
The Calcutta University have published the results to provide immediate information to the students and should not be considered original Mark Sheets.
The University of Calcutta has released the result for BA/BSc Part-I Examination, 2018
The results are available on the official result portal - wbresults.nic.in
The results for B.Com. Part 1 exam was declared on 11 January for General and Majors courses
The University of Calcutta has released the result for BA/BSc Part-I (Honours/General and Major) Examination, 2018 (under 1+1+1 system) on Monday.
The results are available on the official result portal — wbresults.nic.in.
How to check the result:
- Visit the official website of West Bengal result portal - wbresults.nic.in
- Click on the "BA/BSc Part-I" link available
- Enter your roll number and hit on "submit"
According to NDTV, the results for B.Com. Part 1 exam was declared on 11 January for General and Majors courses.
The results have been published to provide immediate information to the students and should not be considered original Mark Sheets, News18 reported.
As has been observed over the course of the past few weeks, the dates and times of result announcements have been frequently changed around. The information above has not been independently verified. However, we will continue to update our website to reflect official updates as and when they come in.
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