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The Class 12 or HS results for students in West Bengal will be declared by the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) at 3 pm today in a press conference.

It will be available to download by 4 pm on official websites- and The results can also be accessed through SMS.

You can check the results by following these steps:

Step 1: Go to the official websites - and

Step 2: Click on the link 'HS Uccha Madhyamik Pariksha Results- Year 2021'

Step 3: Key in your registration number along with other credentials

Step 4: Click 'Submit'

Step 5: Once the result is displayed on the screen you can download it

Step 6: Take a printout for further reference

The Higher Secondary (class 12) examination was not held this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation and an evaluation method has been worked out based on marks obtained by an examinee in the Madhyamik (class 10 board exam) and class 11 annual test.

In a statement, the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary said, "Results of Higher Secondary Examination 2021 will be published on 22/07/2021, Thursday at 3 pm" at its office.

Students will be able to get their results from several websites, through SMS and mobile app from 4 pm on that day, it said.

About the evaluation method, Council President Mahua Das earlier said that the highest marks in four of the seven subjects a candidate secured in 2019 Madhyamik examination will be given weightage as well as his/her marks in the class 11 annual test.

With this weightage, the total marks secured by the candidate in class 12 project/practical will be added.

Over 8.5 lakh students were slated to appear for the Uchcha Madhyamik examinations this year.

The Council also asked the heads of all higher secondary institutions or their authorised representatives to collect marksheets from the respective distribution camps

(With inputs from PTI)

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