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WB Board HS Class Result 2018 Result is coming out this June at Wbresults.nic.in

WB Board HS Class Result 2018 Result is coming out this June at Wbresults.nic.in: The reports are coming that after the deceleration of all the other board’s 12th class result the WB is planning to declare result as soon they can. Sources are saying that the colleges and other academic platforms are urging the board that they should declare the result as soon as they can. Also, the reports are coming that the candidates who took the HS from schools affiliated under West Bengal Higher Secondary Council are feeling the heat because the result can come out any time.

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As per the reports, Sougata Basu, general secretary of West Bengal Govt, Said,  “The colleges which are in high demand will start giving out admission forms very soon because they fear that the students from other boards who have already got their results will move out of the state if there is any delay in college admission. The higher secondary results, on the other hand, are not likely to be published before June 5. As a result, the HS candidates who want to study honors courses are suffering from fear psychosis. They are under stress if they will be able to meet the dates of admission as it requires running from one college to another to submit forms even if they can be downloaded online.”

Overall, we are expecting this whole pressure they aren’t going to hold the result for long and going to declare it as soon as they can. Also, the officers are saying that they didn’t want to mess with the students future and clashing of dates for admission tests conducted by some universities with that of other courses outside Bengal will also affect this whole thing.

“CBSE and ISC students have secured very high marks. Many have bagged 100 marks. Not too many students from HS Council will be able to compete as the marking pattern is different. In colleges with few seats most will be filled up by students from other boards,” Basu added.