The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) has announced the schedule for the Higher Secondary (HS) examination next year, which is set to take place from February 16 to February 29, 2024. As we reflect on the recent HS examination results, it becomes evident that West Bengal students have achieved remarkable success.
Impressive Pass Percentage
Out of the 8.5 lakh students enrolled for the HS exams, a significant majority of 8.2 lakh students appeared for the exams. The hard work and dedication of these students bore fruit, as 7.3 lakh students successfully passed the exams. This outstanding achievement led to an impressive overall pass percentage of 89.2%. The gender-wise pass percentage showcases the excellence of both male and female students, with 91.9% and 86.3% passing, respectively.
Efficient Result Processing
One notable aspect of this year’s HS examination was the timely publication of results. The West Bengal board’s efforts ensured that the results were released within a commendable timeframe of 57 days. This efficiency provided students with prompt access to their performance and allowed them to plan their future endeavours accordingly.
Accessible Result Checking
To check their HS results, students can visit official websites such as http://wbresults.nic.in, www.results.shiksha, and http://www.fastresult.in. These platforms provide a convenient way for students to access and view their individual results, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free experience.
The achievements of the toppers in this year’s HS examination are truly remarkable. Subhranshu Sardar from Narendrapur RKM South 24 Parganas secured the top position with an outstanding score of 99.2%, achieving a total of 496 out of 500 marks. This exceptional performance showcases the dedication and academic excellence of these students. Moreover, a total of 87 students secured the top ten positions, reflecting the overall brilliance among the HS examinees.
Inclusivity and Diversity
The West Bengal board’s commitment to inclusivity is evident with the declaration of toppers from Urdu, Nepali, and Santhali mediums. Md Asan topped the Urdu medium in Kolkata, achieving an impressive score of 97% with a total of 486 out of 500 marks. This recognition of excellence across various mediums promotes diversity and ensures equal opportunities for students from different backgrounds.