THE WEST Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) on Wednesday introduced the upper secondary (class 12 state board) examination outcomes with a file 89.25 per cent candidates clearing the exams.
This yr, a complete of 8,52,444 college students enrolled for the examination, of whom 8,24,891 college students appeared within the examination. Of these, 7,37,807 college students cleared the exams that had been held from March 14 to 27 in 2,349 centres throughout the state.
The go proportion amongst male college students is 91.86 per cent whereas the identical for feminine college students is 87.26 per cent.
Subhrangsu Sardar of Narendrapur Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya in South 24 Parganas district topped the examination, scoring 496 marks out of 500 (99.2 per cent).
The second rank was shared by Susama Khan of Bankura Banga Vidyalaya in Bankura district and Abu Sama of
Ramakrishnapur Pramode Dasgupta Memorial High School in Uttar Dianjpur district. Both of them secured 495 marks, that’s 99 per cent. The third rank was shared by 4 candidates.
WBCHSE president Chiranjib Bhattacharya advised mediapersons, “Those who appeared in this year’s higher secondary examination did not appear in Madhyamik examination (class 10 state board) exam in 2021 as the same was not held that year due to Covid-19 pandemic situation. This year the HS results have been declared in 57 days after concluding the exam. In 2024, the HS exam will be held from February 16 to 29.”
The class 10 state board examination was not held in 2021 as a consequence of Covid-19 pandemic. All college students who had enrolled for the category 10 board examination in 2021 had been declared profitable.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee congratulated the profitable candidates. “Let every day in your life be filled with successes,” she stated in a tweet. State Education Minister Bratya Basu additionally congratulated the scholars and stated, “Make Bengal and Bengalis proud.”
This yr, 52,878 college students (6.66 per cent of complete success college students) scored 80 per cent and above marks. Total 2,73,580 college students (38.65 per cent of complete profitable college students) scored 60 per cent and above marks.
The go proportion amongst college students belonging to minority communities is 87.58 per cent whereas the identical for college students belonging to SC/ST communities is 87.75 per cent.