WBBSE Madhyamik Routine 2017, which is also identified as West Bengal Madhyamik Pariksha (Secondary Examination), will conduct in the month of February for the year 2016 while the exam routine for the test has by nowopened by the board authority. All aspirants who are going to appear in this secondary exam (SE) can acquire the WBBSE Madhyamik Routine 2016 from the statutory website of the board i.e. www.wbbse.org. Candidates who have waited long for Madhyamik Pariksha Programme can download the examinationtimetable now from the official online portal.
The West Bengal Board of Secondary Educationwhich is the short form of WBBSE organizes this secondary board exam each year at the completion of class X. In this state, class 10th exam is well-known as the Madhyamik Pariksha that had taken place from the year 1951, on 3rd May under the Secondary Education Act 1950 of the state government. This 10th class regulates test conductsyearly and simultaneously through the state in each year. Thousands of government, private and government undertaking schools are associated with West Bengal board. Thus, more than 10 lakhs candidates appear for this examination every common year! Even this year, millions of aspirants have registered for this Madhyamik Exam from several educational institutions in the state.
Note – Following is the WBBSE Madhyamik Routine for previous year. It will give a idea about exam timings, subjects covered in exam and holiday slots. We would recommend you to stay connected with us to get latest WBBSE Madhyamik Routine 2017
WB Board Madhyamik Pariksha 2017
|Wednesday||22nd February 2017||First Languages|
|Thursday||23rd February 2017||Second Languages|
|Saturday||25th February 2017||History|
|Monday||27th February 2017||Mathematics|
|Tuesday||28th February 2017||Geography|
|Wednesday||1st March 2017||Physical Science|
|Thursday||2nd March 2017||Life Science|
|Friday||3rd March 2017||All Optional Elective Subjects|
All the papers in this West Bengal madhyamik exam suggestion comprise 90 marks which are liable on the theoretical performance while the remaining 10 marks are carried by the verbal/oral exam. West Bengal board council is more unique than any other state board. As in, though Bengali is the mother tongue of this state, the WBBSE (West Bengal Board of Secondary Education) council provides several languages in their first and second language section. In addition, the board authority has severely instructed the exam centers to give extra time frame of fifteen minutes to each aspirant to read and go through the whole paper before the start.