Officials said students from Kolkata have again been outperformed while the pass percentage is slightly lesser than last year’s 85.65.
Around 85.49 for each penny understudies cleared their madhyamik (optional school) examinations as the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) announced their outcomes on Wednesday. The outcomes were pronounced in record 77 days since the exams were directed in March.
Authorities said understudies from Kolkata have again been beated while the pass rate is somewhat lesser than a year ago’s 85.65. East Midnapore has the most elevated level of effective understudies (96.13 for every penny) trailed by West Midnapore ( 91.75 for each penny) and Kolkata (91.11 for every penny).
Sanjeevani Debnath, an understudy at Cooch Behar locale’s Suniti Academy School, finished the examination with 689 (98.4 for each penny) checks out of 700. Sirshendu Saha from Burdwan region’s Satgachia High School came next, scoring 688 (98.2 for every penny).
WBBSE executive Kalyanmoy Ganguly said more female Muslim understudies took the exams. “More than 1,74,000 female competitors showed up; significantly more than male understudies. The pattern obviously demonstrates that more Muslim ladies are getting into formal training,” Ganguly said.
Boss clergyman Mamata Banerjee praised the fruitful understudies. “Congrats to all understudies who exceeded expectations and the individuals who passed the Madhyamik exams. All the best for all your future undertakings. Great wishes to your educators and families,” Banerjee tweeted.