West Bengal HS Result 2019 Declared: WBCHSE announces Class 12 results today on wbchse.nic.in, wbresults.nic.in
West Bengal HS Result 2019 Declared | The West Bengal board (WBCHSE) announced the Class 12 results today on wbchse.nic.in or wbresults.nic.in.
The West Bengal HS exams were conducted from 26 February to 13 March
More than 8 lakh students had appeared for the Class 12 exams this year
In 2018, the Board had declared the results on 8 June
West Bengal HS Result 2019 Declared | The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) announced the West Bengal HS Results 2019 or Class 12 results today (27 May) at 10 am. Students can check their scores on the official websites wbchse.nic.in or wbresults.nic.in.
The West Bengal HS exams were conducted from 26 February to 13 March. More than 8 lakh students had appeared for the exams this year.
Those who could not qualify can also appear for the compartmental/supplementary exams. The supplementary examinations are likely to be scheduled in the month of June.
In 2018, the Board had declared the results on 8 June.
Steps to check West Bengal HS Result 2019:
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
Students can also check their results here on Firstpost by entering their details below:
In 2018, the overall pass percentage of students who appeared in the West Bengal HS exam was 82.43 percent.
Class 12 students of the Science stream who are planning to appear for engineering and medical entrance examinations can also start preparing for exams such as JEE (Main and Advanced) and NEET once the results are out.
They are advised to take the free engineering mock tests and medical mock tests available on various platforms.
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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