The West Bengal Council is likely to announce the results of its Madhyamik or 10th grade exam next week. The board has already completed an assessment of more than 90 percent of the 10th grade response scenarios. Grades are expected to be exhibited next week, however students of Uccha Madhyamik or 12th grade will have to wait until June to get results.

Once announced, the results will be available on the council’s official websites at and More than 11.18 thousand students appeared for the WB Madhyamik exam, which took place from 7 to 16 March.

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It is likely that due to high website traffic the West Bengal Secondary Education Council (WBBSE) portal may fail or slow down. This way, students could also check their results on directly by filling out the form below:

Results of the 10th West Bengal Council 2022: why postpone the announcement of results

The delay in announcing the results this year could be due to reports of mass fraud on exams. Some students wrote “khela hobby” (there will be a game) on their answer sheets during the madhyamic exam. “Khela Hobe” is the political slogan of the ruling party in the state, the Trinumula Congress (TMC). According to reports, this may be a way to get to know yourself in the exam assessment process. Concerns have been expressed that writing students on their papers political slogans is a matter of student association or a matter of mass fraud.

There have also been reports that students are writing a dialogue from the 2021 Telugu super hit Pushpa: The Rise. In the examination paper, students wrote “Pushpa, Pushpa Raj, Apun Likhega Nahi”. The document, which went viral on social media, is also some of the students who used WhatsApp languages ​​in the article. “Dear Sumi, fasting is not much, a lot of greetings and love. How did you ‘katale’ (hold) the lock? ”. wrote one student and another wrote, “I hope you? Hope you are all right? I want to share with you about… ”

Results of the 10th board of West Bengal 2022: passing scores

Applicants must receive at least 30 percent of the points in each subject as well as in general to pass the WBBSE Madhyamik exam. Those who do not pass the exam will most likely get another chance to pass it. The board is expected to hold additional exams for students who failed one or two subjects to give an extra chance to pass the exam.

Results of the 10th board of West Bengal 2022: What happened in previous years

In 2021, all 10.79 thousand students who signed up for the 10th grade exams passed it. Of these, 4,655,850 were boys and 6,113,899 were female students. For the first time in history, the WB Council received a 100 percent pass from Madhyaik. To evaluate students, the board adopted a 50:50 approach. In the final of the 9th grade and the inner class of the 10th each had a weight of 50 percent for the calculation of the final grades.

The number of toppers also increased last year. A total of 79 students jointly took the highest score with 697 points. In addition, 42,855 students received grades above 90 percent. About 1.60,000 students received between 80 percent and 63 percent of points or first division. More than 6,000 students received grades above 80 percent.

Since 2016, the WBBSE has not achieved a 90 percent success rate. In 2020, as many as 10.35 lakhs of students took the 10th WBBSE exam, of which 86.34 percent passed the exam. In 2019, the pass rate was 88.87 percent, while in 2018 it was 85.49 percent, in 2017 – 88.65 percent, in 2016 – 85.4 percent. of the 11.02 thousand students passed the Madhyamik exam.

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