The results of Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BSc) Part -II honours, major and general examination, 2017 have been published by the University of Calcutta has declared today.
Where to find the Calcutta University results?
The candidates may access the Calcutta University BA and BSc part 2 results from the official results portal of West Bengal -- wbresults.nic.in -- upon entering the examination roll numbers.
How to check BA and BSc part (II) Honours, Major and General examination results?
In order to check BA and BSc part (II) Honours, Major and General examination results, follow the steps given here:
- Log on to the West Bengal results portal, wbresults.nic.in
- Click on the link 'B.A,B.Sc Part-II (Honours , General & Major) Examination, 2017'
- Fill in your details such as roll number and submit
- The results will be displayed on the screen
- Save it to your computer and take a print out of it for future reference
List of results declared
- Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) Part -II honors and major Examination, 2017 were published in November last week
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BSc) Part -II honors and major Examination, 2017 were published on September
- Calcutta University BCom Part-II (Honors) examination 2017 results were published on September 20 and Calcutta University BA, BSc, BCom Part-III ( General) Examination, 2017 results were published on August 31
- The Kalyani University, another West Bengal University declared results of Undergraduate (Degree) part-I of various honors, major and general streams of Bachelor of Commerce (BCom), Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BSc) on their official website
About University of Calcutta
According to the official website, the Court of Directors of the East India Company sent a despatch in July, 1854 to the Governor-General of India in Council, suggesting the establishment of the Universities of Calcutta, Madras and Bombay. In pursuance of that despatch, the University of Calcutta was founded on January 24, 1857. The University adopted in the first instance, the pattern of the University of London and gradually introduced modifications in its constitution