Girls outperform boys as WBBSE declares class 10 board results

PTIUpdated: Friday, June 03, 2022, 01:24 PM IST
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Girls outperform boys as WBBSE declares class 10 board results |

Kolkata: The West Bengal Board of Secondary Examinations (WBBSE) released the results of the class 10 board exams on Friday, with 86.60 percent of the 10.98 lakh applicants passing.

WBBSE president Kalyanmoy Ganguly said Arnab Gharai of Ramharipur Ramakrishna Mission High School in Bankura and Rounak Mondal of CMS School Burdwan earned the first rank with 693 marks in the Madhyamik Pariksha.

Kaushiki Sarkar of Adarshabani Academy High School in Malda's Gazole and Rounak Mondal of Ghatal Vidyasagar High School in Paschim Medinipur secured the second spot with 692 marks, he said.

Total 104 candidates were in the top 10, he added.

"Like previous years, the districts fared better than Kolkata with the highest 97.63 per cent candidates having passed in Purba Medinipur district," Ganguly said.

More girls have passed the exams than boys, he said, without sharing the details immediately.

The exams were held from March 7 to March 16 in offline mode. Last year, the exams could not be held due to the pandemic, and an evaluation criteria was devised by the board.

Next year, Madhyamik Pariksha will be held from February 23 to March 4, Ganguly said.

"Congratulations to our successful students and rank-holders of Madhyamik examination! Boys and girls of our districts have shown outstanding performance, while city students too make us proud," Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee tweeted.

"Kudos to the guardians, teachers, schools. Results have been announced by the Board quickly, 2023 exam schedules are also declared. Those who have fared below expectations must resolve to fight better in future," she added.

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