Friday, 8 June 2018

WBCHSE Class 12th result 2018 declared:

Overview:

The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) announced the West Bengal HS results today on wbresults.nic.in or wbbse.org with 83.75 per cent students clearing it. The result was declared at 10.30 am. It is to note that the West Bengal Board conducted the Higher Secondary examinations from 27 March to 11 April.
Out of the 8.25 lakh students who had enrolled, 8.09 lakh appeared for the exam, of which, around 6.63 lakh students passed the exam. Despite increase in the number of candidates appearing in the HS examination this year from 773834 in 2017 to 825335 in 2018, the overall pass percentage has dipped from 84.20 in 2017 to 83.75 this year. Purba Midnapore has the highest pass percentage of 91.98 followed by Kalimpong at 91.69. Kolkata has a pass percentage of 87.68.
Granthan Sengupta from Jalpaiguri Zilla School in Jalpaiguri district topped the exam after scoring 496 marks out of 500 (99.2 per cent). He is the first student from Arts stream to top the exam in five years. This year the result surprised several students as Granthan Sengupta from humanities stream secured the first position with 99.2% marks. His aggregate is 496 out of 500. "After the new syllabus was introduced back in 2015, this is the first time when a candidate from arts stream has topped the results. This shows that even humanities students are capable of outperforming science candidates," said the President of West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Examination, Mohua Das.
Educationists claimed that the introduction of multiple-choice-questions (MCQs) have helped humanities students to score good marks. In order to boost the scores of the students, the WBCHSE introduced a new pattern of evaluation in 2015. The question paper had about 40 percent one mark questions, including multiple choice questions and the rest, were scored between two and five mark questions. Subjects with no practical exam were given a project for 20 marks. As a result, an outstanding progress was seen in the year 2017, with 84.20 percent of the students fairing well in the higher secondary examinations and this year the humanities stream outperforming the science one.
Ritwik Kumar Sahoo, the state topper and All India Rank 13 in National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) has bagged the second position in West Bengal Higher Secondary Examination.
Girls outshined boys once again in 18 districts. 53 percent girls have cleared the exam as compared to 47 percent boys. Arkadipta Ghosh from Jadavpur Vidyapith scored 97.2 percent, who topped in overall girl's category, ranked fifth overall along with Aritro Roy from Pathfinder Public School.
Students can check their results at the official websites — wbchse.nic.in and wbresults.nic.in. Apart from the official website wbresults.nic.in, the WBCHSE HS results will also be available on third-party websites like westbengalonline.in, indiaresults.com, results.shiksha.com, westbengal.shiksha and westbengalonline.in. The result is also available via SMS. Candidates have to do is SMS- (WB12<Space>Roll number and send it to 5676750) or (WB12<Space>Roll number and send it to 58888). The results can also be availed via SMS through exametc.com by registering their roll number and mobile number. Students can also get their marksheets from their respective schools today. They are advised to check with their schools for time and date for distribution of mark sheets.

Toppers :

There are 80 students in the top 10 merit list. A few is given below.
Rank
Name of Student
Marks Obtained
Name of School
1st
Granthan Sengupta
496 (Arts Stream)
Jalpaiguri Zilla School
2nd
Ritwik Kumar Sahoo
493 (Science Stream)
Hamilton High School, Tamluk
3rd
Timirbaron Das
490

3rd
Saswata Roy
490

4th
Saumyadip Nath
488
Uttarpara Model School, Hoogly
4th
Sayan Kumar Das
488
Islampur High School
4th
Arkadeep Guin
488
Bardhaman High School
4th
Dibyadut Shasmal
488
Singur Mahamaya High School
4th
Joydip Bhowmik
488
Coochbehar
5th
Abhradipta Ghosh
486
Pathfinder HS Public School
5th
Aritra Roy
486
Pathfinder HS Public School
5th
Arya Samanta
486
P. Medinipore Ramkrishna Vidyabhavan
5th
Md Saiful Islam
486
Pandua Sashibhushan Saha High School
5th
Sutanay Bhattacharya
486

5th
Shubhasish Ghosh
486

5th
Ramit Dutta
486
Dubrajpur Sri Sri Sarada Vidyapith
5th
Anima Garai
486
Ranibadh High School
5th
Anubhav Chakraborty
486
Purulia Zilla School
5th
Souvik Raj Maiti
486
Kolaghat High School

Thursday, 7 June 2018

WBBSE Madhyamik results 2018:

Overview:


The West Bengal Madhyamik (Class 10) results were declared on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at 9 am on wbresults.nic.in or wbbse.org from the press conference being held at the WBBSE office in Kolkata. The overall pass percentage stood at 85.49% in comparison to last year's 85.65%. East Mindnapore topped among the districts by securing a pass percentage of 96.13 per cent followed by West Midnapore and Kolkata. Kolkata secured a pass percentage of 91.11.


WBBSE Class X (Madhyamik Pariksha) exam was conducted from March 12 to March 21 at 2,819 centres across the state. This year, around 11,02,921, candidates appeared for the exam. Out of these, 6,21,366 were female aspirants while 4,81,555 were male candidates. According to latest information, 8,99,564 candidates have successfully cleared the examination. The number has dipped in comparison to last year.

For every 1,000 male candidates there were 1,209 female candidates this year. It proved that parents are sending more and more daughters to school and encouraging them to study at least till the Class 10 level. The number of female candidates were more in the minority community too. There were 1,02,620 male Muslim candidates compared to 1,74,678 female candidates from the community.

Ranks:


 As many as 56 students featured in the top 10 ranks. However, there were only two students from Kolkata schools in this list. Out of the six students who occupied the first three ranks, three were girls. Take a look at the first five topper-ranks below:


Rank
Name
Marks
School
First
Sanjibani Debnath
689 marks
Sunity Academy, Coochbehar
Second
Sirshendu Saha
688 marks
Satgachia High School, Burdwan
Third
Mayurakshi Saha
687 marks
Sunity Academy, Coochbehar
Third
Nilabja Das
687 marks
Jalpaiguri Zilla School, Jalpaiguri
Third
Mrinmoy Mondal
687 marks
Jalpaiguri Zilla School, Jalpaiguri
Fourth
Deep Gayen
686 marks
Prafulla Nagar Vidyamandir, Habra
Fifth
Srija Patra
685 marks
Vivekananda Shikshaniketan, Bankura
Fifth
Ankita Das
685 marks
Sunity Academy, Coochbehar
Fifth
Soumi Nandi
685 marks
Dogra High School, Bankura
Fifth
Anik Jana
685 marks
Paschim Medinipur
Fifth
Prathamkanti Majumder
685 marks
Kachrapara Adia





Next Year Schedule:


WBBSE board also announced that next year the Madhyamik exams will start from February 12 and end on February 22, 2019.

(Source: Data compiled from daily newspapers. If any error is found, please comment below for rectification.)