The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) will declare the class 12 (HSC) result on its official website — wbresults.nic.in shortly. The press briefing has begun and an announcement could come anytime soon.
Candidates who had registered for Class 12 West Bengal Board exams should keep their roll number and login credentials ready so that they can check the result online without any trouble. To get their registration number of roll number, students can also visit schools.
This year, the West Bengal board did not conduct the board exam due to the second wave of coronavirus.
West Bengal class 12 HS Uchha Madhyamik Result 2021: Steps to check
Step 1: Go to the official website of West Bengal — wbresults.nic.in
Step 2: On the homepage, you will find a hyperlink related to the WBCHSE Class 12 result 2021. Click it
Step 3: You will be directed to a new window, wherein you will have to enter your login details and hit the submit button
Step 4: Your West Bengal Class 12 Result 2021 will open in a new window
Step 5: Download and take a print of the document
West Bengal class 12 HS Uchha Madhyamik Result 2021: Check via SMS
Step 1: Type WB12 roll number/registration number
Step 2: Send to any of these numbers 54242, 5676750, 56263
Step 3: You will get marks as an SMS reply
West Bengal class 12 HS Uchha Madhyamik Result 2021: Check via Digilocker
Step 1: Visit the DigiLocker online portal
Step 2: Next click on sign up available on the upper left corner of the homepage
Step 3: Enter your name as per Aadhaar card, date of birth, category, valid mobile number, email id, Aadhar number, and create a six-digit security pin.
Step 4: Submit the details and set a username. Once your account is created on DigiLocker, you can access the CBSE result 2021 through the same.
All students must carefully check their personal details mentioned in the document. If there is an error in details like name, date of birth, school name, roll number, then the candidate must raise the matter with the concerned authorities.
WBCHSE recently released the evaluation process for class 12 students this year. The board has divided theoretical marks into two parts — 60 per cent weightage has been given to subject marks of class 11 annual exams, while the remaining 40 per cent will be given on the basis of the marks obtained in Madhyamik (Class 10).
In 2020, 7.61 lakh students had appeared for the Class 12 WBCHSE exams. Out of the total candidates who appeared, 90.13 per cent passed. This was the highest ever pass percent recorded in the class 12 exams held by the West Bengal board. Over 50 per cent of the students who passed the exam managed to score the first division.