Madhyamik Result 2020 | Merit List

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The Madhyamik Result 2020 will be declared on 15th July 2020 at 10:00 am. through a Virtual Press Conference by West Bengal Board of Secondary Education ( WBBSE ). The result will be available from 10

The WBBSE Class 10 or Madhyamik examination was conducted between February 18 to 27 in 2,839 centres across West Bengal. A total of 10,15,888 candidates appeared for the Madhyamik examinations this year. The paper evaluation has been delayed due to the Coronavirus lockdown situation.

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Madhyamik Result 2019

The West Bengal Madhyamik Results 2019 was announced on May 21, 2019. A total of 10,50,397 students had appeared for the examination. The overall Pass Percentage was recorded at 86.07 percent. The pass percentage of male candidates was 89.97 percent, while for female candidates it stood at 82.87. 

Sougata Das of Mahammadpur Deshpran Vidyapith in Midnapore East district topped the Madhyamik Examination 2019 securing 694 out of total 700 marks with 99.14 percent. This was the highest ever score recorded in West Bengal Madhyamik exam till date.

Shreyashi Paul from Falakata Girls High School in North Bengal’s Alipurduar district and Debasmita Saha from Ila Devi Girls High School in Cooch Behar district came second with 691 marks (98.71 percent) in 2019.

Camelia Roy from Raiganj Girls High School in North Dinajpur district and Bratin Mondal from Santipur Municipal High School in Nadia district came third with 689 marks (98.42 percent) in 2019. A total of 51 students featured in the top 10 merit list, among which 50 were from district schools and 21 were girls.

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