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West Bengal Madhyamik 2020 Datesheet, Syllabus and Result

Updated On - July 25th 2019 by KARISHMA KHATRI

West Bengal Board of Secondary Education was established in 1951 under West Bengal Secondary Education Act of 1950. Initially, the board was managed by Calcutta University and state government. In 1964, it became an independent body under the chairmanship of Dr. J.C. Sengupta and was renamed as West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.

Over the years, the board has elevated the standard of examination and has modified the syllabi to keep up with socio- economic changes around the world. Considering the same, the students of Class X must:

  • Study a minimum of 7 subjects from varied fields.
  • Choose at least 2 language subjects.
  • Go through rigorous assessments in high school.
  • Score more than 33% in the board examinations.

WBBSE Madhyamik Eligibility 2020

The Eligibility Criteria for WBBSE Class X exam are as follows:

  • The candidate must be a citizen of India, Nepal, Bhutan, or Tibetan refugees living in India for at least 50 years.
  • The candidate must be of 15 or 16 years of age.
  • The candidate must have studied under WBBSE in class IX and X.

WBBSE Highlights

Board NameWest Bengal Board of Secondary Education
Board TypeState Board
Number of Schools Affiliated10,238
Number of Candidates appeared in 20198 lakhs
Pass Percentage in 201986.07%

Objectives: The objectives of the board are:

  • To develop and propagate the aspect of secondary education in the state.
  • To advise state government on scientific advancement of Secondary Education.
  • To recognise high Schools in far flung areas and girls high school in order to extend the opportunity of secondary education to all aspiring students.
  • To frame and manage syllabi in consonance evolution of socio economic milieu taking place across the world.
  • To conduct the Secondary examinations annually.
  • To ensure democratic , disciplined and transparent management of schools under the board.

WBBSE Madhyamik Datesheet 2020

All examinations will commence at 11:45 am and will end at 3 pm.

February 18, 2020First Language
February 19, 2020Second Language
February 20, 2020Geography
February 22, 2020History
February 24, 2020Mathematics
February 25, 2020Physical Science
February 26, 2020Life Science
February 27, 2020Optional Elective Subjects

First Language: Bengali, English, Gujrati, Hindi, Modern Tibetan, Nepali, Odia, Gurmukhi, Telugu, Urdu and Santoli.

Second Language:

  • English, if any other language is offered as a first language.
  • If English is the first language, then the student must choose from Bengali and Nepali.

WBBSE Application Fees

External CandidatesINR 200
Unsuccessful CandidatesINR 200
Late FineINR 10

WBBSE Exam Day Guidelines

  • Students should report one hour before the examination commencement time.
  • Guardians will not be allowed to enter the exam venue.
  • Electronic devices and cheating materials are strictly prohibited inside the venue.
  • Students must attempt easy questions first and try to attempt all questions.
  • Cheating is prohibited and action will be taken against student caught in the act.
  • Students must go through the question paper in the first 15 minutes.

WBBSE Madhyamik Result 2020

The Board result for Class X will be declared on May 21, 2020. The pass percentage last year was 86.07%

Process to check Result Online

  • Visit the website of WBBSE – or
  • Click on the relevant result link
  • Result search page will be displayed
  • Enter roll number and date of birth
  • Click on the search button
  • Result sheet will be displayed on the screen
  • Result should be downloaded and printed for future reference

To Check Result via SMS

BSNL – B10<space>Roll No to 56505

Vodafone – WB10<space>Roll No to 56730

Airtel – WB10<space>Roll No to 52070

Other Users – WB10<space>Roll No to 56263 or 54242 or 58888 or 5676750

WBBSE Madhyamik Toppers 2019

Sougata Das topped the exam with an all time high of 99.14%. Second rank was shared by Shreyashi Paul and Debasmita Saha with 98.71%. Both, Kamilia Rai and Bratin Nadia, came third with 98.42%

RankNameMarks out of 700
1Sougata Das694
2Shreyashi Paul691
2Debasmita Saha691
3Kamilia Rai689
3Bratin Nadia689
WBBSE Madhyamik Result

WBBSE Madhyamik Re-Evaluation 2020 

Students not satisfied with the result and believe that there was some discrepancy in the evaluation can file for re-evaluation for a nominal fee. The steps to apply for revaluation are mentioned below:

  • Visit the Official website
  • Click the link for revaluation of madhyamik
  • Enter roll number and date of birth
  • Provide the required details
  • Select the subjects that needs to be re-evaluated
  • Pay the application fee as instructed

WBBSE Madhyamik Compartment Exam 2020 

Students must score more than 34% in the board exam. Students who failed in any subject in the board exam can give the Compartment Exam which will be held in the month of July. The datesheet for the same is yet to be declared.

Compartment Exam Application Fee

One SubjectINR 50
Two SubjectsINR 100
Three SubjectsINR 150
More than three subjectsINR 200
Late FineINR 10

WBBSE Madhyamik Syllabus

Repaying — Harper LeeReapers — Mathilde BlindHints to Travellers — Stephen Leacock
Far in a Western Brookland — Alfred Edward HousmanRegret — Kate ChopinTo Fight Aloud is Very Brave — Emily Dickinson
Books on the Shelf — Graham GreeneChildhood — Edwin MuirDrought — S. Raja Ratnam
I left my low and humble home — Nathaniel HawthorneTo Err is Human — Lewis ThomasImagine — John Lennon
Rapid Reader – The Hound of the Baskervilles – Arthur Conan Doyle
Quadratic equations in one variableConstruction : Construction of circumcircle and incircle of a triangle.Trigonometry : concept of measurement of angle
Simple InterestSphereConstruction : Determination of mean proportional
Theorems related to circleVariationPythagoras theorem
Rectangular Parallelepiped or CuboidPartnership BusinessTrigonometric Ratios and Trigonometric Identities
Ratio and proportionTheorems related to Tangent to a circleTrigonometric Ratios of complementary angle
Theorems related to angles in a circleRight circular coneApplication of Trigonometric Ratios : Heights and Distances
Right Circular CylinderConstruction : Construction of tangent to a circleStatistics : Mean, Median, Ogive, Mode
Quadratic SurdSimilarity
Theorems related to cyclic quadrilateralProblems related to different solid objects
Physical Science and Environment Life Science and Environment
Control and Coordination in living organismsHeredity and some common genetic diseasesEnvironment, its resources and their conservation
Continuity of lifeEvolution and adaptation
History and Environment
Ideas of HistoryReform: Characteristics and ObservationsResistance and Rebellion: Characteristics and Analyses
Early stages of Collective Action: Characteristics and AnalysesAlternative Ideas and Initiatives (From mid-19th Century to the Early 20th Century) : Characteristics and ObservationsPeasant, Working Class and Left Movements in 20th Century India: Characteristics and Observations
Movements organized by Women, Students and Marginal People in 20th Century India: Characteristics and AnalysesPost-Colonial India: Second half of the 20th Century (1947-1964)
Geography and Environment
Exogenetic processes and resultant landformsAtmosphereHydrosphere
Waste managementIndiaSatellite imagery and Topographical map

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College


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