West Bengal WBBME Class 12 High Madrasah Examination results released

WBBME conducted the Madrasah theoretical examinations between 2nd of February and 27th of February 2016 and Madrasah practical examinations between 9th of March 2016 and 19th of March 2016. Now the board has recently announced the results of Class 12 Madrasah Board examination on its official website at:




Madrasah education is a modern education system which was introduced by the Government of Bengal following the recommendations of Maulana Abu Nasar Md. Waheed. To cope up with modern trends and to meet the global challenges, the Govt. of West Bengal had constituted Madrasah Education Committee under the Chairmanship of Dr. A.R.Kidwai a renowned educationist of India and also the former Governor of Hariyana and West Bengal. The Curriculum and syllabus has been restructured according to the recommendations of the said Committee. The syllabus and subjects taught in High Madrasahs are same as that of Madhyamik system except two subjects Arabic and Islam Parichay. From the year 2007, the four co-scholastic areas have been included in the curriculum of the Madrasah Education to promote the all round development of the learner.

According to Rosette Mugidde Wamambe,

“Action is what will produce your desired results.” 

Yes it is absolutely true. Results are nothing but the output of our actions.  In the context of Exams, good results are the output of good actions such as hardwork, determination, sincerity and dedication whereas; bad results are the output of bad actions such as laziness, carelessness and over confidence. Whatever is the result we must prepare ourselves to take it in a good sense and accept the same as the call for improvement. So let us take pledge to be proactive, cautious and confident in facing our competitive, recruitment or board exams to shine in our career…

Steps to check your WBBME Class 12 Madrasah Examination results 2016:

  1. Follow the below link:

         Click here for WBBME Class 12 Madrasah results 2016

  1. Type your roll number in the first text box
  2. Enter your date of birth using the date picker in the second text box
  3. Click on “Submit” button to see your result
  4. Press “CTRL+P” to print your result
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