West Bengal HS Result 2019 Declared | The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) declared the HS 2019 or Class 12 results today (Monday, 27 May). Students cleared the exam with an overall pass percentage of 86.29 percent.
Of the 7, 90,000 students who registered for the West Bengal Class 12 exams, 7,77,000 students appeared for the exams. As many as 137 students made it to the top 10 in the HS exams this year.
Students can check their scores on the WBCHSE official websites wbchse.nic.in or wbresults.nic.in. They can also visit alternative websites such as examresults.net or indiaresults.com in case the official websites are slow.
The West Bengal HS exams were conducted from 26 February to 13 March. Every year, more than 7 lakh students appear for the WBCSHE Board exams.
Class 12 students of the science stream who are planning to appear for engineering and medical entrance examinations can now start preparing for papers such as JEE (Main and Advanced) and NEET.
Steps to check West Bengal HS Result 2019 on the official websites:
Step 2: In the home page, click on the link saying “West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education”
Step 3: Enter your roll number, registration number and other required details in the respective fields
Step 4: Click on the “Submit” button
Step 5: The West Bengal HS Result will be displayed on the screen
Step 6: Download and take a printout of the same for future reference
The overall pass percentage last year was 83.75 per cent.
The West Bengal government had established the WBCHSE in the year 1975. The head office of WBCHSE is located in Vidyasagar Bhavan, Salt Lake, Kolkata. It has four regional offices across West Bengal.
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Updated Date: May 27, 2019 14:22:30 IST