East Midnapore registers the highest pass percentage in the WBBSE Madhyamik Pariksha 2023
The results of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) class 10 examinations, also known as the Madhyamik Pariksha, were announced on Friday, May 19, at 10 AM. East Midnapore secured the lead position as the top-performing district with an impressive pass percentage of 96.81 per cent. The results were shared at a press conference and are accessible through the board’s official portals.
The press conference accompanying the declaration of results shed light on data including the highest percentage, the overall pass percentage, the topper list, and more. According to these findings, the overall pass percentage for the year stands at 86.15 per cent.
In terms of district-wise performance, East Midnapore came first, boasting the highest pass percentage. The following districts were Kalimpong and Kolkata, with commendable pass percentages of 94.13 and 93.75 per cent respectively.
The WBBSE Madhyamik Pariksha 2023 marked a significant decline in participation compared to the previous years. The examinations registered a total of 6,98,628 participants, a marked decrease from the 9,49,927 participants in 2022 and the 10,79,749 participants in 2021.
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Online Access to Results
The results are available on the official WBBSE websites: wbbse.wb.gov.in and wbresults.nic.in. Students can retrieve their mark sheets by logging in using their credentials. They also have the option to download the mark sheets for their convenience.
West Bengal Education Minister, Bratya Basu, announced the result declaration via Twitter. He stated, “19th May, 2023, Friday, 10 AM the Results of Madhyamik Pariksha 2023 shall be declared by WBBSE,” The minister further shared that the results for the WBCHSE Class 12 examinations would follow soon and be declared at a press conference at 12 pm on Wednesday, May 24. From 12.30 pm onwards, these results will be available on the online portals.
The WBBSE Class 10 examinations were held from February 23rd to March 4th, 2023. The duration of the exams was 3 hours, with an additional 15 minutes allotted for the distribution and reading of question papers. This in-depth analysis of the results and related trends provides a comprehensive understanding of the examination performance across districts, as well as future steps in the process. It signals a call to action to address the declining enrolment trend seen this year.