The Bengal higher secondary results will be announced on July 22.
The websites where results can be accessed include http://wbresults.nic.in, www.exametc.com, www.results.shiksha, www.westbengal.shiksha, http://abpananda.abplive.in/ and abpeducation.com.
Candidates have to submit their registration numbers to know the results online after 4pm on July 22. Mark sheets will be distributed from July 23.
To know the results through text messaging, students have to type WB12 roll number and send the message to 56070, 5676750 or 56263. The candidates can register their roll numbers and mobile numbers on www.exametc.com to know the results through SMS for free.
The students can also download a mobile app from www.results.shiksha to view the results.
“The registration numbers that were provided to the candidates when they were in Class XI will have to be submitted to know the results through websites. The council will not publish any merit list this year. When the candidates visit their schools on July 23 to collect mark sheets, they will be given admit cards and certificates as well,” said Mahua Das, the president of the West Bengal Council for Higher Secondary Education.
The HS exams were not held this year because of Covid. The HS council has given 40 per cent weightage to a student’s performance in the Class X board exams and 60 per cent to Class XI annual exam marks and the total was then added to 30-mark practical (for lab-based subjects) or 20-mark project (for non-lab subjects) to arrive at the final marks of an HS candidate.