List of class 10 toppers is out, check names here
Arnab Gharai from Ramharipur Ramakrishna Mission High School in Bankura and Raunak Mandal East Burdwan were jointly ranked 1st. Both Gharai and Mandal scored 693 points (a score of 99%) on the exam.
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The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) announced the Madhyamik or Class 10 2022 result today, June 3. Class 10 results were announced at 9 a.m. by the chairman of the board. Students can check their results by visiting the official website at wbbse.wb.gov.in and wbresults.nic.in.
This year, boys performed better than girls in the West Bengal Class 10 Examination. The pass rate for boys is 88.59 and for girls 85%.
Arnab Gharai from Ramharipur Ramakrishna Mission High School in Bankura and Raunak Mandal East Burdwan were jointly ranked 1st. Both Gharai and Mandal scored 693 points (a score of 99%) on the exam. Raunak Mandal of West Midnapore and Kaushiki Sarkar of Malda placed 2nd with 692 points.
Below are the names of the other rank holders:
3rd row: Ananya Dasgupta and Debshika Pradhan
4th row: Avik Das, Abhisek Gupra, Sagnik Kumar De and Souharbdya Sinha
5th row: Debadatta Kundu, Dhrubajit Saha, Arman Isteq Ali, Abjinee Saha, Aninda Saha, Samiya Yasim, Jenifar Rana, Poulami Bera, Subhro Dutta and Samrat Mondal
Apart from the official website, West Bengal Madhyamik 2022 result can be checked via SMS or Digilocker.
Students can also view their scores directly on the widget below:
Here are some steps to check the results via the official website:
Step 1: Navigate to wbresults.nic.in.
Step 2: Find and click on the link for the Class 10 results given on the WBBSE homepage.
Step 3: When a new page opens, students must enter the required information to access the results.
Step 4: In few minutes West Bengal Madhyamik 2022 result will appear on your screen.
Step 5: Check and download the result. Take a printout of the same for future use.
Direct link here.
In 2022, 11.8 lakh students appeared for the exam which was held from March 7 to 16. Last year, the West Bengal class 10 board exam pass percentage was 100 as it was based on an alternative assessment model.