Adisha DebSharma Gets First Rank, Meet Topper

West Bengal Board of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) announced the results of Class 12 or Senior Secondary (HS) examinations today, 10 June. This year, as many as 88.44 percent of students who took the test passed it. This is huge compared to last year when 97.89 per cent of students passed their WB HS 12th Uchha Madhyamik result.

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In terms of stream, last year, 99.28 percent of students completed the exam in the science stream. The pass rate in commerce and arts was 99.8 and 97.39 percent, respectively, in 2021.

Those who appeared in West Bengal HS exams in 2022 can check their results on the official websites: wbresults.nic.in and wbchse.nic.in. Students can also check their results on News18.com. Students must use their login credentials including date of birth and record number to view their registration papers. Although the result is announced at 11 am, the checkmarks link will only be available around noon time. Once the result is made available to students, they can fill out the form below and check their results –

This year, more than 7.45 lakh students took the board exams for class 12 in the state.

WB HS 2022 Exam: Highest Levels of Past Years

West Bengal Council has not released the merit list in the last two years. This is two years after the Board of Directors announced that the following students will be ranked highest this year –

Rank 1 Adhisha Debasarma from Coochbehar 99.6% after 498 marks

Rank 2: Sayandip Samanta from Paschim Mindnapore by 99.4% or 497 marks

Rank 3: Rohin Sen from Patha Bhavan, Soham Das from Hooghly, Avik Das from Purba Burdwan, and Parishya Pari from Pashmi Midnapur with 496 marks or 99.2% each

Rank 4: Soumyadi Mandal from Paschim Mindnapre, Kingsuk Roy from Pashmi Midnapore, Pritam Mindya from Paschim Mindnapore, Arpita Mondal from Bankura, Anushka Bhattacharya from Coochbehar, Titly Banerjee from Hooghly, Anandarupa Mujherjee from Hooghly, 99 degrees Nitishar5

A total of 272 students appeared in the top ten, many with the same marks or similar grades.

The last time the merit list was released, in 2019, the first list was as follows –

Rank 1: Chopin Mandal and Rajarshi Bormann took first place with 498 points

Rank 1: In 2018, Granthan Sengupta scored a total of 496 marks to get first

Rank 1: In 2017, Archisman Panigrahi topped the list with 99.2 percent.

To pass the exams, students must have achieved at least 30 percent of the marks in each subject, as well as overall. Students will not only get grades, but they will also get grades for their performance. Those with a grade of D or lower will have to retake the exams in the form of short papers.

Students who will receive grades between 80 to 100 will receive an A+ grade. The rest of the grading system will be as follows: a score will be awarded for marks between 79 to 60; A score of B for marks between 59 to 45; A grade of C for marks between 44 to 30 and a grade of D (disqualified) for marks below 30.

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