West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2018: The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education has declared the WBBSE Result 2018/West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2018/West Bengal 10th Result 2018 on the official websites wbbse.org and wbresults.nic.in. The overall pass percentage is 85.49.

Students will get their marksheets later in the day.

The board had earlier announced that the results would be declared on or before June 2.

According to information, as many as 10,84,187 candidates had appeared in the West Bengal Madhyamik exams. East Midnapore district emerged the overall topper with 96.13%, while Kolkata recorded an overall pass percentage of 91.11%.

Boys have scored better than girls.

Sanjeevani Debnath from Uttarbanga has topped with 689 marks, while Shirshendu Saha (Bardhaman) with 688 marks has finished second. Nilabaja Das (Bardhaman), who has scored 687, shares the third rank with two more candidates.

The board announced that the West Bengal Madhyamik exam 2019 will be conducted from 12 February 2019 to 22 February 2019.

Once the WB Madhyamik Results 2018 link has been activated, candidates can visit the official websites and enter the information sought — including roll number, registration number, date of birth and other details — to check their marks online.

Due to a huge number of visitors, the official results website may get slowed down or crash. In such an event, candidates are advised to try and refresh the webpage after a while or check other result websites such at examresults.net and indiaresults.com.

Steps to check West Bengal Madhyamik Class 10 Result 2018 online

– Log on to the official website i.e. wbbse.org, wbresults.nic.in

– Click on the tab ‘West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2018’ or ‘WB 10th Result 2018’

– Candidate will be redirected to a new window where candidate need to enter the asked information

– Submit the information online and the result will appear on screen

Candidates with no access to internet can check their results via SMS. For this, West Bengal Class 10 candidates need to type a message in the following format — WB10<space>ROLL NUMBER — and send it to 56263.

Nearly 10 lakh candidates appeared in the West Bengal 10th examination took place across the examination centres from March 12 to March 21.

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