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West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2022: Download Link for WB 10th Marksheet

The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) has declared the Madhyamik class 10 final exam result 2022 today, June 3. As many as 11.8 lakh students had enrolled for the WBBSE Madhyamik exam 2022.
WB 10th class Results

The board said that 86.6 per cent of students cleared the exam this year. The pass percentage among boys is 88.59 per cent and among girls, it is 85 per cent. Two students - Arnab Gharai from Bankura and Raunak Mandal from East Burdwan topped the WBBSE Madhyamik exam with 99 per cent. The students have scored 693 marks. Kaushiki Sarkar of Malda scored second with 692 marks. More girls appeared in the Madhyamik class 10 final exam. 

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How to check WBBSE Madhyamik 10th class result 2022

  • Visit WBBSE Madhyamik official websites of the board at, or
  • Click on West Bengal WBBSE Class 10 Madhyamik Result 2022 in the home page
  • In the next page, enter your roll no. and other required details and submit
  • Check your marks sheet
  • Download a copy of marks card for further reference.

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Toppers of WBBSE Madhyamik 10th class result 2022

Rank 1: Arnab Gorai From Bankura and Rounak Mandal from East Burdwan

Rank 2: Kaushiki Sarkar and Rounak Mandal from Paschmim Medinpur

Rank 3 Ananya Dasgupta and Debshika Pradhan with 691 marks

Rank 4: Avik Das, Abhisek Gupra, Sagnik Kumar De and Souharbdya Sinha

Rank 5: Debadatta Kundu, Dhrubajit Saha, Arman Isteq Ali, Abjinee Saha, Aninda Saha, Samiya Yasim, Jenifar Rana, Poulami Bera, Subhro Dutta and Samrat Mondal

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West Bengal Madhyamik 10th class Exams 2023 Dates

As per WBBSE Madhyamik board, the WBBSE Madhyamik or 10th exam will be held from February 23 to March 4. The exam was delayed this year bdue to covid pandemic situation. There will be no syllabus cut for the year 2023. 

Published date : 03 Jun 2022 11:52AM

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