West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) and West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBSCHSE) has not yet made any confirmation on result declaration date of West Bengal Board Class 10th, 12th Result 2017. The candidates who had given the Board Examination through WB Board are looking forward to WBBSE Class 10th Madhyamik Result 2017 am WBCHSE Class 12th Result 2017. The results of Class 10th and 12th are likely to be released by May 24. This year West Bengal Board has made delay in the announcement of the result. Last year, both the result HS Result and Madhyamik Results were announced by May 16. From the secondary sources, we are able to communicate the expected date of the result. UPDATE |wbbse.org wbresults.nic.in WB Board Madhyamik 10th Results 2017 links active now, check results hereAlso Read - West Bengal Prepares Guidelines Ahead to Reopening Schools For Classes 9 to 12 | Full List Here

From the secondary sources, we are able to communicate the expected date of the result. However, there is no official information from the West Bengal Board regarding the exact result declaration date. All the candidates need to keep a constant look over the official page of the respective boards to know the recent update related to result. We have prepared some effective steps for the candidates to check their results online. It will help the candidates in checking their WB Board Results online at the official page within few seconds. Also Read - CBSE, CISCE Class 12 Board Exams CANCELLED After PM Modi Steps In | Important Updates Here

West Bengal Board Result 2017 Declaration Update: Download WBBSE Class 10th and WBCHSE 12th Results likely on May 16 Also Read - Class 12 Board Exams Cancelled, Results on "Well Defined Criteria" | Highlights

How to Check West Bengal Board Result 2017

  • Open the official website
  • Click on Result tab
  • Fill your roll number and Date of birth
  • Press submit and download your result sheet
  • Take a print out to keep it for future use

As per last year analysis, approximately 7,79,453 participated in the examination of which 6,79,453 were declared qualified. The total pass percentage was at 83.56 percent, which was higher than the previous year. Apart from that around 2, 42,740 students were able to qualify with 1st Division which was a major achievement for the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary.