Kolkata | Jagran Education Desk: Ending the wait for more than 8 lakh candidates across the state, the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or the WBCHSE has declared the class 12th board examination result on Friday (July 17). The result was declared by the WBCHSE at 3.30 pm at its official website wbresults.nic.in. The students, however, can also check their results at wbchse.nic.in.

According to reports, 90.13 per cent candidates, which is 7.61 lakh out of 8 lakh, were able to pass the class 12th WBCHSE board exams this year. This is also the highest ever passing percentage that has been recorded.      

While the result was declared by the WBCHSE at 3.30 pm, the scores will be available at its the official website only after 4 pm. The candidates will also be able to check their results via SMS after 4 pm.

Here’s how the candidates will be able to check their WBCHSE Class 12th results:

Step 1) First of all, you would need to visit the official WBCHSE websites at wbresults.nic.in and wbchse.nic.in

Step 2) Now, you would need to click on the link that reads “WBCHSE Result 2020”. After this, you will be redirected to a new page

Step 3) Now you would need to enter the details that will be asked at website like your roll number and other necessary details

Step 4) After submitting the details, you result will appear on your screen. You are requested to check and verify your result

Step 5) At last, you are requested to download your result and save a printout for future reference

The candidates will also be able to check their results at the Jagran Josh Website.

However, if a candidate is facing internet issues, then he or she can also check the his or her result via a SMS. For this, the candidate would need to send a message "WB10<Space><Roll Number>" to 56070. The candidates can also send the message to 56263.

"Mark-sheets will be distributed to schools on July 31 from 2 pm. Admission to colleges would be done online. The mark sheets of the students would be verified once classes start," Hindustan Times quoted a WBCHSE official as saying. 

More than 8 lakh candidates had appeared for the class 12th board exams that was conducted by the West Bengal board in the state. The exams were hugely affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the West Bengal Board was forced to cancel the pending exams. The board later had announced that it will not release the merit list or the toppers' list due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Posted By: Aalok Sensharma