West Bengal (WBBSE) class 10 results 2017 is expected soon at official website. The results for the Madhyamic Pariksha (Secondary Examination)was conducted from 22/02/2017 to 03/03/2017. Candidates who have attempted the WBBSE class 10 exams can check their results in the official website www.wbresults.nic.in
The board conducted the class 10 examination from February 22 to March 3 at various test centres across the state
Around 11.4 lakh students had sat for the Class 10 exams last year of whom 54.59 per cent were girls. Boys, however, fared better in the 2016 exams with 86.34 per cent clearing the exam while only 79.62 per cent girls passed.
Steps to download the results for WBBSE Madhyamic Pariksha:
– Go to the official website of the WBBSE (wbbse.org) or indiaresults.com.
– Click on the notification for the 2017 results (once it is available).
– Select “Madhyamic Pariksha (SE)”.
– Enter your details in the fields provided.
– Download your results and tak a print out of the same for further reference.
Lakhs of students have appeared for WBBSE Class 10 examinations at various centres across the state.
For the first time students were able to access their results though mobile phone via SMS.
To receive WBBSE X board exam result 2016 students just have to send an SMS by typing WB 10-digit roll number to 56263.
West Bengal Board class 10th students can also log on to the website, www.westbengaleducation.net,www.wbbse.org or www.wbresults.nic.in to know their 10th results 2017.
About WBBSE Board:
West Bengal board of secondary education is an autonomous body under the state government for conducting the class 10 examinations in west Bengal, India. The examination is called secondary examination or Madhyamik Pariksha. The board conducts exams all over west Bengal state and in other affiliates outside west Bengal. More than 1050000 students take the examination all over the state. The board is headquartered at Nivedita Bhavan in Bhidannagar. The board of secondary education established in 1951 functioned under the Calcutta University. In 1964 it was renamed as west Bengal board of secondary education.