Aritra Pal tops West Bengal Madhyamik exam; Check 10th WBBSE Results 2020 at wbresults.nic.in, wbbse.org

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New Delhi | Updated: Jul 15, 2020 11:09 AM

West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2020, 10th WBBSE Bengal Board Results: West Bengal Board of Secondary Education will release the merit list since exams for all subjects were held. However, the schools won't handover the Madhyamik 2020 results mark sheet to the students.

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West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2020, 10th WBBSE Results: Madhyamik result 2020 has been declared! The results of West Bengal Board of Secondary Education or Madhyamik 2020 is out now on wbresults.nic.in and wbbse.org.  Total 8,43,305 students clear West Bengal Madhyamik exams 2020.  Class 10th student Aritra Pal has topped in the West Bengal Madhyamik examination 2020, he got 99.14 per cent marks. The pass percentage is 86.34 per cent which is the highest ever. 89.87 per cent male students and 83.48 per cent female students have cleared the exams. In terms of pass percentage, East Medinipur, West Medinipur, Kolkata, North 24 Paraganas, South 24 Parganas have scored the highest. Marksheet of Madhyamik students will be distributed by July 22 due to Covid-19 situation in the state and sanitization process. Students can check results at these two aforementioned websites from 10.30 am today. Students need to enroll their Madhyamik 2020 admit card number in order to view Madhyamik Results 2020.

Madhyamik Result 2020 merit list of top 10

West Bengal Board of Secondary Education has released a merit list for the top 10 ranks. The list comprising a total of 84 students has been released. Notably, none from any school in Kolkata features in the list. Aritra Pal from Purba Bardhaman district’s Memari Vidyasagar Memorial Institution has secured the first position after scoring 694 out of 700. Debosmita Mahapatra is the first rank holder among girls and third overall. She hails from Purba Medinipur and her school is Bhawanichak High School. She said that she wants to be a doctor in the future.

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West Bengal Chief Minister on Tuesday announced that West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2020 would be declared on July 15. She said that the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education will release the merit list since exams for all subjects were held. However, the schools won’t handover the Madhyamik 2020 results mark sheet to the students. Parents need to visit the school to obtain the mark sheets.

Madhyamik Result 2020 will be declared five months after the West Bengal Board exams 2020 were held in February. A total of 10,15,888 candidates appeared in the Madhyamik Exams 2020. The number is 33,000 less than Madhyamik Exams in 2019. This year, a total of 5,76,009 girl students appeared in the exam. A total of 4,39,879 boys appeared in the exam. Madhyamik exam 2020 was held under strict vigil. Internet was suspended during examinations in several areas to prevent the question leak and students using unfair means.

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