NBU Result 2019: The Result of 2nd Semester of UG CBCS has been declared on the 17th of September 2019. North Bengal University offers Undergraduate courses to the candidates interested in taking admission. Candidates who have taken admission to the Undergraduate courses will have to qualify the semester that they are appearing for in order to proceed for the next to complete the degree. Candidates waiting for the release of the result can find the direct result link in the article below.
The Result of the courses has been made available on the official website of the University and will be in a PDF format. Candidates who successfully appeared for the exam will be able to check their result by providing the required credentials such as Registration number, Roll Number, semester-end details etc. in the login section. Find all the details important for accessing NBU General Result 2019 is mentioned in the article below.
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New: The UG Sem 2 CBCS Result has been released on the 17th of September on the official website. The candidates can grab the result by entering the required credentials in the login section.
Release Date of NBU Result
The candidate, who has taken admission into the North Bengal University must ensure to keep himself/ herself updated with all the important dates. The dates, related to the result of NBU are mentioned in the tabular format below:
|Release of UG Sem 2 CBCS Result||17th September 2019|
NBU Result 2019
How to Download NBU UG Result 2019
- Click on the link of the result mentioned in this article.
- The following window will appear:
Enter the mandatory credentials into the login section. The details, which are to be entered are:
- Registration Number
- CAPTCHA Code
- Click on Show Result.
- The result will be displayed on the screen.
- Download and print the result for future purposes.
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Details Mentioned on NBU UG Result 2019
Go through the details mentioned on the Result of NBU UG 2019. Check the roll number and in case of any problem, contact the examination authorities immediately.
- Roll Number of the candidate.
- Marks secured by the candidate.
- Status of the result whether qualified or not.
- Rank secured by the candidate.
- Course Name
- Semester for which the candidate gave an exam.
- Name of the candidate.