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Friday, January 20, 2023

West Bengal Madhyamik Exam 2023 Routine - Time Table Admit Card Other Information

On which date the West Bengal madhyamik examination 2023 will start? When the results of WB Madhyamik 2023 will be publishedThis is the page where you will get WB Madhyamik 2023 date sheet - time table. You will get complete information of important features, routine, results publishing date and websites that would publish the results.

WB Madhyamik Routine 2023

N.B: Madhyamik Exam Schedule 2023 for this year has been changed. According to the schedule given by the Board of Madhya Shiksha, the history exam was scheduled to be held on Monday, February 27 this year. But on that day, the Election Commission has announced a by-election in Murshidabad's Sagardighi assembly constituency. That is why the history subject exam will not be held on February 27. Instead, the exam will be held on March 1.

23 February 2023

First Languages

24 February 2023

Other languages

25 February 2023


28 February 2023

Life Sciences

01 March 2023


02 March 2023


03 March 2023


04 March 2023

Optical Optional Subject

Result and Merit List 2022

WB Madhyamik result 2022 Class 10: Toppers list

  • First Rank: Arnab Ghorai, Rounak Mondal
  • Second Rank: Koushiki Sarkar, Rounak Mondal
  • Third Rank: Ananya Dasgupta  
  • Fourth Rank: Abhishek Dutta

Arnab Gharai of Ram Haripur Ramakrishna Mission from Bankura and Raunak Mandal of Burdwan CMS School have jointly secured the first position in the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) results announced on Friday. The WBBSE Class 10 result was released on its official website on Friday. Mousiki Sarkar came second in the examination while third place went to Ananya Dasgupta (Madhyamik Rank Holders). The Board has announced the toppers name along with pass percentage and other details at the press conference at 9 am. The overall pass percentage recorded this year is 86.60 percent. 

In a reverse trend this year, boys have performed better than girls. Even though the number of girls taking exam was more, it is the boys who have performed better. According to WBBSE, 88.59 per cent of boys passed the exam whereas among girls the pass percentage was at 85 per cent; much lower than overall pass percentage. The first rank has been secured by male students. 

Abhishek Dutt came fourth in the exam this time and scored 690. Srutarshi Tripathi, a student of Pathabhavan School in Kolkata also came fourth with 690 marks. Around 11 students have secured fifth position including Sabina Yasmin from Burdwan,  Paulmi Bera from Jhargram with 689 among others.

About 11 lakh students have taken the exam. The number of female students is 11 per cent more than male students.

Distrcict wise pass percentage

This year also East Medinipur is ahead of all other regions in the passing rate. The pass rate in East Midnapore is 97.83 percent. Kalimpong, West Midnapore, Kolkata have a pass rate of over 94 per cent. The pass rate in North 24 Parganas is 91.98 per cent. The pass rate in South 24 Parganas is 89.08 per cent. The pass rate in Jhargram is 92.59 per cent while Kolkata has 94.36 per cent passing rate.

This year, the number of female students in the secondary examination was 11 percent more than the male students, which is about 120,000. The pass rate of boys in this bar is 8.60 percent. The pass rate of girls is 75 percent (Girl Students).

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