West Bengal Board 10th Class 2020 Exam Schedule

West Bengal Madhyamik Time Table 2020, West Bengal Board 10th Class 2020 Exam Schedule, West Bengal Board 10th Class 2020 Exam Schedule



West Bengal Board 10th Class 2020 Exam Schedule
DayDateSubject
Tuesday18. Feb. 2020First Languaes
Wednesday19. Feb. 2020Second Languaes
Thursday20. Feb. 2020Geography
Saturday22. Feb. 2020History
Monday24. Feb. 2020Mathematics
Tuesday25. Feb. 2020Physical Science
Wednesday26. Feb. 2020Life Science
Thursday27. Feb. 2020Optional Elective Subjects


The dates for Physical Education & Social Service & Work Education are as under :-

First Languages : Bengali, English, Gujrati, Hindi, Modern Tibeton, Nepali, Odio, Gurmukhi (Punjabi), Telugu, Urdu and Santali.

Second Languages : 1) English, if any language other than English is offered as First Language.
2) Bengali or Nepali, if English is the First Language.

Time table for West Bengal Board of Secondary Examination (Madhyamik Pariksha) for the year 2016 for both regular and external students was notified on October 15, 2015. All the examinations will be of 3 hours and 15 minutes duration - from 11.45am IST to 3pm IST. The first fifteen minutes is allocated for reading the question paper only. The examination starts on February 1, 2016 and will continue till March 5, 2016. First and second languages, geography, history, physical science, mathematics, life science, and optional elective subjects will take place between February 1 and February 10, 2016. While Physical Education and Social Service exams will be held from February 11 to February 25, 2016, Work Education exams will be held from March 1 to March 5, 2016.

This year, an approximate 11,58,000 students will appear for the examination. The West Bengal government has published around 12 lakh test papers and distributed them free of cost among students to help examinees score better in the Madhyamik exams.



The Dates for Physical Education, Social Service & Work Education are as under:

Physical Education & Social Service ----> 11th , 16th, 18th, 23rd, & 25th February, 2015
Work Education -----> 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th February, 2015


First Languages: Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Modern Tibetan, Nepali, Odia, Gurumukhi ( Punjabi), Telugu, Tamil, Urdu and Santali

Second Languages: 1: English, if any Language other than English is offered as first Language.



Last Updated on : November 16, 2019

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