WBCHSE (West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education) announced the date of publication of West Bengal Higher Secondary Result. WBCHSE conducted Higher Secondary Examination 2020. The result will be published at 3.30 p.m. It was declared in a Press conference at Rabindra Milan Mancha, 7th Floor, Vidyasagar Bhawan of Council.
How to Collect Your HS Marksheet and Certificate:
Mark-Sheets and Certificates will be supplied to the School authorities from 52 Distribution Camps. The School representatives will receive the mark sheets from Distribution Camps maintaining all protocols and social distance. Then, the guardians (most preferable) or students will collect Mark-Sheets and relevant documents from their concerning schools on 31st July 2020.
The result will be available in the official websites http://wbchse.nic.in,
How to check HS Result 2020:
Step by step process:
1. Visit the official website wbchse.nic.in
3.Submit your class 12th Roll No and Registration number and other necessary information as required.
4. Press SUBMIT button.
Hope for the best.
West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education was established by the West Bengal Government under West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education Act 1975. This Council controls the educational system in 10 + 2 level. This Council periodically assess the educational needs in the state and imposes necessary policies for the development of educational systems in 10 + 2 level in the state of West Bengal. It provides the curriculum, syllabus, courses of studies, books to the recognized institutions.
The council functions to assess periodically the educational needs at higher secondary level of the state and determine the general policy for the improvement of the HS Education. The council inspect recognised institutions. It provide by regulations, the curriculum, syllabus, the courses of studies to be followed and the books to be studied in. The council also undertake the preparation, publication and sale of Text Books. This body regulate Higher Secondary Examination and publish results of examination instituted by the Council. HS course consists of two parts – Class XI and Class XII.