The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) has released the Uccha Madhyamik or HS result on June 10. Students who appeared for the WB 12th exam can access their results on the official websites of WBCHSE — wbchse.nic.in, and wbresults.nic.in. Students will have to enter their roll number and birth date to access the result from 11 am onwards.
Around 7.45 lakh students had appeared for the WBCHSE class 12 exams this year. It was held from April 2 to April 26. Apart from the official websites, students will also be able to check the results their results through SMS and directly at News18.com by filling the form given below:
WBCHSE HS Results 2022: Know Passing Marks
To clear the exam, students need to score a minimum of 33 per cent mark in each subject and overall. They will also have to score 20 per cent marks in practical exams. The minimum aggregate mark to pass the Uccha Madhyamik exam is 272. Further, to obtain the first division, candidates will have to get at least 480 marks. Those obtaining marks above 360 will get a second division while marks above 272 will fall in third division.
WBCHSE HS Results 2022: Top things to check in marksheet
Students will need their roll number and date of birth to check their scores online. Hence, they are advised to keep their admit card or hall ticket handy before checking their scores online as it contains their roll number. Once you get the result, cross check all the details on the WB HS results 2022 to ensure it is error-free. This includes marks, overall percentage, name of the student, spellings, other personal details, school name and spelling, roll number is correct or not, pass /fail percentage and grade calculation, pass/ fail status and other details. In case of any error in result, students must get in touch with the school authorities immediately.
Students unable to secure the minimum qualifying marks will likely be allowed to sit for the supplementary examination. Those who fail in more than two subjects will have to repeat the year. More than 10 lakh students had registered for the WBCHSE class 12 exams last year. But the written tests were cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic and WBCHSE evaluated the students via an alternative formula. All students were declared pass.
Meanwhile, the West Bengal Madhyamik exam results 2022 were declared on June 3. As many as 86.60 per cent of students who took the exams, passed. A total of 114 students have made it to the top 10 list. The top-most rank is being jointly held by Arnab Gharai of Ramharipur Ramakrishna Mission High School in Bankura and Raunak Mandal of Burdwan CMS School. Both have obtained 693 marks. Kaushiki Sarkar of Malda and Raunak Mandal of West Midnapore came in second with 692 marks.