The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) on Tuesday declared the outcomes of Madhyamik (class 10 board) examination, with a report 100 per cent move share.
This yr’s Madhyamik examination couldn’t be held as a result of Covid-19 pandemic state of affairs. The evaluation of papers was primarily based on a candidate’s efficiency in the 2019 class 9 examination and an inner evaluation of each topic in class 10 on a 50:50 foundation.
Addressing a information convention, WBBSE president Kalyanmoy Ganguly introduced that the 100 per cent move share is an all-time report.
“Last year’s pass percentage was 86.34%. This year, 90% of the students secured more than 60% or more marks in the new evaluation method. This year, the highest marks obtained is 697 (out of 700). A total of 79 candidates have received the highest marks,” Ganguly stated.
As the evaluation relies on inner evaluation, the board didn’t publish any advantage checklist this yr. “If a candidate is not happy with the results, he/she will be able to sit for tests once the Covid-19 situation improves. However, if any student appears for the exam, this result will not be valid anymore,” the WBBSE president added.
A complete of 10,79,749 candidates had been scheduled to sit down for the examination this yr.According to Ganguly, round 10 lakh college students secured 60% or extra marks by means of the new evaluation technique.
This yr, the variety of lady college students enrolled to take the examination was larger than boys. While 6,13,849 women had been scheduled to seem for the exams, the boys numbered 4,65,850.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee congratulated the scholars on the record-breaking outcomes. “Heartiest congratulations to all students who successfully cleared the Madhyamik examinations! May you keep shining in the future and go ahead to achieve much more in life. My best wishes to all parents, support systems & teachers as well!” Banerjee stated in a tweet.