West Bengal Madhyamik and HS Final Exam Dates 2021 Announced.
West Bengal Madhyamik and HS Final Exam Dates 2021 Announced
The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education announce Exam Schedule 2021 shortly of the 10th class (Madhyamik Pariksha) examination which will be held on in second week of August, 2021 and higher secondary exams will be held at the end of July 2021.
Due to the terrible situation in the country as a result of the Corona virus infection, the long-term rules are going to change in this year’s secondary and higher secondary examinations. After a long wait for the students of West Bengal, Hon’ble Chief Minister of West Bengal, Miss Mamata Banerjee has finally released the schedule of annual examinations for secondary and higher secondary exam yesterday.
The higher secondary exams will be held at the end of July this year. And the Madhyamik (secondary) examination will be taken in the second week of August this year.
The Hon’ble Chief Minister of West Bengal said that this year’s secondary and higher secondary examinations will be held in their own schools. Only compulsory subjects will be examined. The duration of the Higher Secondary Examination will be one and half hours instead of three hours.
The reason for taking the Higher Secondary Examination before the Secondary Examination was announced on the day of the first Higher Secondary Examination in West Bengal, India.
The Higher Secondary Annual Examination will be taken only on the required subjects and due to the halving of the time, the rate of maximum marks in each subject will be halved.
Secondary subjects will be taken on top of the required subjects. Secondary students will have to take seven subjects so they will be given marks in the additional subjects for seven days on the basis of school examinations. Fifteen days of them will be tested in 16 days. In this case also marks will be given in additional subjects on the basis of school examinations.
The Hon’ble Chief Minister further said that the subjects of Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Commerce, Accounting, Economics and Arts, History, Geography, Political Science and Economics will be examined.
Even if the test time is reduced, the style of the question paper will remain the same. Before that I had to write the answers to ten questions in three hours. Now you have to write the answers to five questions in one and a half hours. However, in the three-hour test, there will be an opportunity to answer the questions selected from the questions, there will be the same questions, that is, the examinees will have the opportunity to answer less questions than many more questions. We want them to be open-minded.
According to the decision, each school will have to collect question papers from the local police station. Where the police station is far from the school, the question papers have to be collected from the nearest administrative building. The answer sheet should be kept there.
This decision of the state government has been welcomed by almost all the teachers’ unions. However, how the additional subjects will be assessed, what will be the structure of the question due to reduction in time limit and number of examinations, the Board of Secondary Education, Council of Higher Secondary Education has demanded that these be distributed soon and how many teacher organizations and students Guardian.
That is why secondary and higher secondary students are being asked to keep an eye on the official websites. Soon the WB Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) and the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) will publish the schedule of secondary and higher secondary examinations and as soon as the schedule is published, it will be given to us on this website.
The board of “West Bengal Council of Higher secondary Education”, the schedule of higher secondary examinations and the list of secondary examinations will be published in detail by the ‘west Bengal Board of Secondary Education’. This year, the number of students in the higher secondary examination is more than twenty lakh and 12 lakh students will appear in the secondary examination in West Bengal.
As a result of the Corona Virus infection, the students across the country will be taken to their respective schools this year in compliance with the Covid-19 rules, keeping a distance.