Study of even harmonic generation resulting from propagation of whistler pulse in homogeneous high-density quantum plasma immersed in an externally applied magnetic field, using the recently developed quantum hydrodynamic model is presented. The effects of quantum Bohm potential, quantum statistical pressure, and electron spin have been taken into account. The field amplitude of even harmonic of the whistler with respect to fundamental wave and the conversion efficiency for phase-mismatch has been analyzed. The conversion efficiency of harmonic radiation depends on the plasma electron density, magnetic field strength as well as the intensity of whistler pulse. The efficiency increases significantly with an increase in plasma density, magnetic field and whistler wave intensity. Higher conversion efficiency is observed in degenerate plasma for lower values of the static magnetic field as compared with classical plasma.