Kolkata, May 31: West Bengal State Council of Vocational Education & Training Higher Secondary (Vocational) Exam Result 2017 has been declared online by WBSCVT at the official result portal wbresults.nic.in today at May 31, 2017. The candidates who had appeared for WB Board Higher Secondary Vocational Exam 2017 will now be able to check their results online by providing the correct roll number and details. Thr board has not released any official declaration regarding the result on the official page. Now, WBSCVT Vocational Result 2017 declared link activated and candidates will be able to access their result online. Related News: wbresults.nic.in WBCHSE West Bengal Board 12th Results 2017 Declared: check results online now at wbche.nic.inAlso Read - WBCHSE HS Result 2021 DECLARED: How to Check West Bengal Board 12th Result on Your Phone, DIRECT LINK Here

All the candidates who are going to check their results should keep their admit card with them before checking the result. Due to heavy traffic, it might happen that the official website may stop working. In that case, there are some alternate links wherein candidates can check their result by providing correct roll number and details. The candidates who appeared for the examination can check their results at www.wbresults.nic.in and www.wbbse.org. We are providing here some quick steps to check their result online. Also Read - WBCHSE HS Result 2021: 97.67% Pass as West Bengal Board 12th Results Declared

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Steps to check Result online

  1. Open the official website wbbse.org
  2. Click on the tab Result Tab
  3. Click on the tab ‘Check your result here’
  4. Fill your roll number and other details
  5. Click on ‘Submit’
  6. The results will be displayed on the computer screen.

The West Bengal State Council of Vocational Education & Training (WBSCVET) conducts the West Bengal Higher Secondary (Class 12 Vocational) Examinations, for which many students appear across the state every year. This year, about 10 lakh students had appeared for the state level examination.