The wait has over now because tomorrow WBBSE Madhyamik result for class 10 is going to declare online on wbresult.nic.in. Surprisingly, there are more than 10.5 lakhs students who are waiting for the 10th class result. This news is directly said by the Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee on 14th July 2020. The result will be going to declare in the morning tomorrow. Further, Mamta Banerjee also stated that the class 12th result will be going to declare on 17th July 2020.
Class 10th Result
The students of class 10th can check their WBBSE Madhyamik result at 10:00 am in the morning on 15th July. This is authentic information, and there will be no more delay in the result.
Class 12th Result
The students of West Bengal of class 12th has to wait 2 more days as their result will be going to declare on 17th July 2020. This information is also given by the chief minister of West Bengal. We would like to inform all the students of class 12th that their result will be published online at 10:00 AM in the morning.
How Student Can Check WBBSE Madhyamik Class 10th & 12th Result
In the given below steps, you will be going to know how you can check your result without having any issue. To follow these steps, you must have a smartphone and an internet connection. Read the steps carefully:
Step 1: First, open any browser, type wbresult.nic.in in the URL bar, and press enter.
Step 2: A new window will open. Click on the given link titled “Madhyamik class 10th Result 2020”.
Step 3: You will be thrown to a new page automatically.
Step 4: You will see two fields named “Roll Number” or “Admit Id”.
Step 5: Click the “Enter” button
Step 6: Your result will appear on the screen. Click download or press Ctrl+P to print the result.
Minimum Percentage To Pass the 10th Class
Good news for the students of WBBSE class 10th as the minimum percentage to pass out is 25% only. Yes, you read it right, the government has lowers the passing percentage due to COVID-19 pandemic. After this rule, there will be very little chance that children will fail in the examination. And the students who still can’t get 25% they have to give re-examination. All the students have to collect their original mark sheets from their particular schools. We wish all the students all the best for their results, and we hope no has to give re-examination. And we would like to tell you all to be patient as there is a chance of website crashes due to heavy traffic. If this happen we suggest you all wait and check your result after a while.