On June 06, 2018 at 10:00 am West Bengal Madhyamik result is declared officially. All the students who appeared for the exams of class 10th can now check their result through the link available here. This year over 8 lakh students has passed the examination. After the declaration of the result now its time to know the names of the West Bengal Madhyamik toppers 2018Sanjeevani Debnath is the one who tops the 10th class at the state level. To know more about the toppers and the statistics of west  Bengal Madhyamika result 2018 check the content from below.

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West Bengal Madhyamik Toppers 2018- Know Here

The West Bengal board has released the result today first through the press conference. This year 85.49% is the total passing percentage of the students of the 10th class. However, through this article, we are going to discuss with you the West Bengal Madhymik Toppers 2018. In 2018, the number of girls is more as compared to the boys of the state. East Midnapore is the district which tops with 96.13% among the districts. Now. let’s explore the names of the toppers from below.

1st Rank- Sanjeevani Debnath

West Bengal Madhyamik Toppers 20182nd Rank- Krishnendu Saha

West Bengal Madhyamik Toppers 2018

3rd Rank- Mayurakshi Sarkar

West Bengal Madhyamik Toppers 2018

West Bengal Madhyamik Toppers 2018

Here, in this section, we are going to discuss the names of the top three who attain the highest passing marks. Sanjeevani Debnath is at the first position with total 689 marks. While Krishnendu Saha is at the second position, with total 688 marks and Nilabaja Das is at the third position with total 687 marks. You can also, check the content from the table given below.

West Bengal Madhyamik 2018 Position Marks
Sanjeevani Debnath First 689
Krishnendu Saha Second 688
Mayurakshi Sarkar Third 687
Nilabaja Das Third 687
Mrinmay Mandal Third 687
Dip Gaine Fourth 686

Know More about West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2018

West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2018 has set a new record this year. Total 8 lakh students have passed the examinations. Last year the board has declared the result on May 27, 2018, which was a bit earlier than this year. 6,21,266 are the total number of girls appeared for the examinations while 4,81,555 are the total number of boys. In 2,819 centres the board has conducted the examinations at the state level.

Congratulations! To All Students 

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