WBBSE Class X 2019 Results To Be Announced On May 21
The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) is likely to announce the WB Madhyamik / Class X results May 21, 2019. Students who appeared for the examination can visit the official website of the board to check their scores as soon as the scores have been announced, wbresults.nic.in as per FE report. The WBBSE Madhyamik examinations this year were conducted from February 12 to 22, 2019 across several centres in the state. While the Class X results will be declared next week, the West Bengal Uchha Madhyamik result or Class XII results will be declared by the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) in the last week of May. Here are the details that students need to know to check their results.
Visit these websites to check your WBBSE Madhyamik results:
Results via SMS:
SMS – WB10<space>ROLL NUMBER – Send it to 56263
Results on the website:
Step 1: Visit the official website of West Bengal Board at wbresults.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the link that says ‘Madhyamik Pariksha Results – 2019’
Step 3: Enter the required details
Step 4: Press Submit
Step 5: Check your results and save a copy of the same for future
WBBSE Madhyamik results: More about the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education
Established in 1951, the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) is the state Education board of West Bengal that is responsible for creating the curriculum, education policies, conducting board examinations and others in the state. In the year 2018, the West Bengal Board conducted its Madhyamik / class 10th examination from March 12 to March 21. Results for the same were declared on June 6, 2019. Out of the 11,02,921 who were registered for the paper, 85.49% passed the exam.
The Board of Secondary Education was established in 1951 under an Act of the State Legislature called the West Bengal Secondary Education Act of 1950. The Board was inaugurated by the then Governor of West Bengal Dr.K.N.Katju on 3rd May 1951 and the Board started functioning under the Chairmanship of Sri Apurba Kumar Chanda. The basic task before the Board was twofold:
- To regulate, control and develop secondary education of the State
- To conduct the School Final Examination
The operational ambit of the Board has increased manifold over the years. In 1951 the Board started its journey with 1270 high schools taken over from Calcutta University which increased to 2312 by the end of 1963 and to more than 8000 by the, end of 1975 including some schools outside the territorial jurisdiction of the State. Presently the Board is handling around 10238 numbers of schools.