wbresults.nic.in and www.wbchse.nic.in will publish West Bengal (WB) Higher Secondary (HS) examination 2017 results today at 10 am. West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) Higher Secondary (HS) Examination 2017 Results will be announced today on May 30, 2017, as per the official scheduled notified at www.wbresults.nic.in. HS result 2017 will be released during a press meet at 10 am and will be uploaded at wbresults.nic.in, half an hour later at 10:30 am.
Students who appeared for the examination can check their WB HS result 2017 at the official website as soon as the results link has been activated by the board. Just two days ago, West Bengal results of class 10 exams were declared.
About eight lakh students had given the West Bengal higher secondary examination this year, which were conducted from March 15 to 29. Usually, the results of the HS result are declared before Madhyamik result in the state but this time, it’s other way around. Last year the results were released on May 16 and the overall pass percentage was recorded at 83.65 per cent.
To check WBCHSE WB HSC result 2017 today, students may visit the official websites of the board, namely www.wbresults.nic.in and www.wbchse.nic.in. On the homepage, click on the link saying “HS result 2017”. Enter the roll number and date of birth. The HS result 2017 will be displayed. Download and take a print out for further use.
In 2016, a total of total 7,79,453 participated in the examination of which 6,79,453 were declared qualified. The total pass percentage was at 83.56 percent, which was higher as compared to that in 2015. Apart from that around 2, 42,740 students were able to qualify with 1st Division which was a major achievement for the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE). Swagatam Halder of Panchasayar Shikha Niketan, Kolkata bagged the top rank in the WBCHSE Result 2016 scoring 495 out of 500 with 99 percent,
The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education is the West Bengal state government administered autonomous examining authority for the Standard 12 examination of West Bengal. The examination for the 12th standard is called the Uchyaa Madhyamik or Higher Secondary examination. The Higher Secondary examination is conducted annually and simultaneously all over the state of West Bengal and also in affiliates of the board located outside West Bengal, elsewhere in India.