West Bengal Board of Secondary Education WBBSE has organized and regulating the 10th board exam for all schools under the control of West Bengal state government. The exam commenced in the month of March to April 2020 , after the exam completion all the students are eagerly waiting for result publication. West Bengal WBBSE 10th Board Results 2020 will be declared on June 2020 and released through official website of WBBSE online web portal. Get more information by reading the below article fully.
West Bengal 10th (Madhyamik) Result 2020 to be declared – Check Here
How to Check and Download WBBSE 10th Madhyamik Results 2020 , Use below points
At first, visit the official website of West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.
At home page, the result tab is given.
Students are advised to find and click the result tab.
Fill the required details of enrollment number on the login page.
Enter correctly and hit the submit button.
Now students can view the result after the page loaded.
Finally, download or take a print out the result for further reference.
West Bengal 10th Madhyamik Results 2020
The result of West Bengal state 10th board exam is commenced in the month of March to April 2020 . After publication, students who can check through online mode of WBBSE official website. every student who should enter the required details of enrollment number on the login page to view the result. Qualified candidates are declared and released in the way of result announcement, disqualified candidates who can re-attend through a supplementary examination conducted by WBBSE.
About West Bengal Board
The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education is the West Bengal state government administered autonomous examining authority for the Standard 10 examinations (or secondary school level examination) of West Bengal, India.
This board is an autonomous body. The examination for the 10th standard is called the Madhyamik Pariksha or secondary examination. The Madhyamik examination is conducted annually and simultaneously all over the state of West Bengal by the WBBSE. More than 10,50,000 examinees take the exam each year.