WBCHSE Result 2016, West Bengal Higher Secondary Result 2016
The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) announced the West Bengal Class 12 board results 2016. West Bengal Board class 12 or HSC results declared for new and old scheme. Students can check the west bengal board result class 12 by entering their Roll No. online on the official website as well as via the board's SMS service. West Bengal Higher Secondary examination was conducted by the West Bengal Higher Secondary Council from 15th Feb 2016 to 29th Feb 2016. West Bengal Madhyamik Pariksha (Se) Results-2016 was declared earlier. West Bengal Madhyamik Pariksha or Class 10 board Exams is held by West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE).
Students can follow these steps in order to get the west bengal board class 12th (hs) result.
Visit www.wbresults.nic.in or www.wbchse.nic.in and http://results.banglarmukh.gov.in/
Click on the link 'West Bengal Council Of Higher Secondary Education, H.S. Result 2016'
Enter your roll number and click 'Submit'
West Bengal 12th results will be displayed on the screen. Students can download the West Bengal 12th exam result and print it for future reference.
Students can also retrieve their West Bengal 12 class result by the SMS service. Type 'WB12<space>roll number' and send it to 54242 to get your results on your mobile phone.
WBCHSE Class 12th mark sheets, certificates and other relevant documents will be distributed by the board. Students can collect all documents from their respective schools. West Bengal HSC candidates can calculate their aggregate by removing any one of the two language subjects in case a student scores less in either of them. The one of the additional subjects score will then be considered in the best-of-five calculation. Students, must note that they must have pass marks in both the language papers to be shown as passed.
WBCHSE looks to prepare academic programmes and organise examinations, propose rules and specify courses of instruction and textbooks, teaching by correspondence courses, syllabus creation and recognition of higher secondary education in schools in West Bengal. West Bengal board regulates, supervises and control school education in the state of West Bengal.
WB board was established in 1975 for the promotion and development of higher secondary education in West Bengal and nearly 4,300 schools are affiliated to the board.