WBBSE Madhyamik Admit Card Released 2019: If there is any correction in the hall ticket, then it can be corrected till 8th February 2019. The West Bengal Secondary Education Board (WBBSE) has issued the Admit Card for the secondary (10th class) exams on February 2, 2019. Exam Hall tickets will be shared in the board office located in Kolkata. If there is any correction in the hall ticket, then it can be corrected till 8th February 2019. The correction will be done only from the board office located in Kolkata only. For this, the student has to send a board office to himself or to his place.
WBBSE Madhyamik Admit Card Released 2019
The secondary examination will be conducted by West Bengal Board this year from 12 to 22 February 2019. “Over two lakh students will take the exam”, A board official said. The number of girls has increased significantly since last year. The official also said that taking lessons from the previous year, additional steps have been taken for the prevention of disturbances during the examination.
WBBSE Madhyamik10th date sheets: Datasheet of Examination
The Board has issued the date sheet for the WBBSE Board Examination 2019 on the official website wbbse.org. According to the official notification, the examination will be held from 11:45 am to 3 pm and the first 15 minutes will be given to the students to read the question paper.
WBBSE Madhyamik Admit Card Released 2019 Papers Details
First language (Bengali / English / Gujarati / Hindi / Modern Tibetan / Nepali / Oriya / Punjabi / Tamil / Telugu / Urdu / Santali): February 12, 2019
Second language (English and English if English is first language then Bengali / Nepali): February 13
Geography: February 15
History: February 16
Science: February 18
Mathematics: February 19
Life Science: February 20
Obective subject: February 22
The Secondary Education Board was established in 1951 under an Act of the State Legislature of the West Bengal Secondary Education Act 1950. The Board was inaugurated by the then Governor of West Bengal KN Katju on May 3, 1951, and the Board had started functioning. Under the chairmanship of Apurba Kumar Chanda.