West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education reports an 89.25% pass rate in 2023’s Class 12 exams, with girls outperforming boys.
The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) has announced the results for the 2023 Class 12 exams. This year, 89.25% of students cleared the Class 12 exams, marking an impressive performance across the state. This year’s results, available on the official website wbresults.nic.in, showcased more than eight lakh students appearing for the West Bengal Class 12 exam 2023.
Gender-Wise Performance in Exams
Girls outperformed boys in the exams, with the female students achieving a pass percentage of around 91%, compared to 86% for male students. The commendable performance by the female students underscores the growing emphasis on girls’ education in West Bengal.
Accessing Class 12 Results and Marksheets
The WBCHSE has uploaded the Class 12 marksheets on the official website of the West Bengal Examination Results 2023 at wbresults.nic.in. The exams took place from March 14 to 27, and students have eagerly awaited their results since then.
For students wishing to download their results, the following steps can be followed:
- Google ‘West Bengal Examination Results 2023’.
- Click on the official link for the aforementioned website.
- On the homepage, find the active result link.
- Click on the ‘WB Class 12 result’ link.
- Enter your login credentials to view your result.
- Your West Bengal HS result 2023 will appear on the screen.
- Download the West Bengal HS scorecard 2023 for future reference.
After the announcement of the West Bengal Class 12 result 2023, the council will initiate the process for scrutiny and compartment exams. Students wishing to apply for either will need to visit the official website of the WBCHSE.
The original Class 12 marksheets and certificates will be distributed by the schools, who will receive them from the council. In case of any discrepancies found in the WBCHSE Class 12 marksheet 2023, students are encouraged to contact their schools. Revised marksheets will be issued either directly by the council or through their schools.
For all updates related to further processes, students are advised to refer to the council’s official website, avoiding any information from unofficial or unverified sources. This measure is taken to prevent any misinformation and maintain the integrity of the examination process.