Mamata Banerjee, the Chief Minister of West Bengal made an official announcement regarding the class 12 exams for the students. On Wednesday, the West Bengal CM decided to promote the 11th class students to the next grade without exams. Another announcement is regarding the class 12 exams. The West Bengal Government has decided to hold the Class 12 or HS exams for the students in June.
The concerned board of West Bengal has already organized the Madhyamik Examination or 10th exams for the students. Currently, the authorities are looking after the paper evaluation procedure. Due to the nationwide lockdown imposed by the Indian Government, the WB Government has deferred the 12th class exams until 15th April. Further, the lockdown has been extended to 3rd May 2020. The board has once again decided to conduct the Uccha Madhyamik exams only after lifting lockdown i.e., in June.
During a press meet conducted in the 3rd week of March, the Education Minister of the state, Partha Chatterjee asked the board to delay the exams until 15th April. Considering the risky condition of the nation, the WBCHSE has postponed the HS exams. The Higher Secondary exams that were previously decided to organize on 23rd, 25th and 27th March had been deferred amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The leftover subjects for the 12th class students include Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Accountancy, Mass Communication, Journalism, Geography and Statistics. All the major exams will be conducted in June 2020 as per the latest announcement. However, the Government hasn’t announced the official schedule for the same.
We can expect the WB 10th class results to be declared by the end of May 2020. Recently, the Government has announced that all the educational institutes in the state will remain shut until 10th June 2020. Stay tuned to this website to get the latest updates about the delayed exams and results.