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WBCHSE Higher secondary HS exam 2020 postponed!!

WBCHSE Higher secondary HS exam 2020 postponed !!

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West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) has postponed its Higher Secondary (HS) examinations scheduled to be held on March 23, 25 & 27, 2020. The board officials yesterday had stated that exams would not be postponed. However, fresh reports that are just in, have confirmed that WBCHSE Higher secondary exam 2020 has been postponed.

The postponement also implies to the WBCHSE High School examinations scheduled on dates hereon (after March 21).

  • March 23- Physics, Nutrition, Education, Accountancy
  • March 25- Chemistry, Economics, Journalism & Mass Communication, 
    Sanskrit, Persian, Arabic, French
  • March 27- Statistics, Geography, Costing and Taxation, 
    Home Management and Family Resource Management

WBCHSE postponed exam date 2020 for higher secondary class will be notified by April 4th. The exams would expectedly be held in mid-April or late-April, the fresh schedule would be uploaded WBCHSE official portal here

The ongoing class 12 state board examinations in West Bengal have been postponed till April 15 as a precautionary measure in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the higher education department announced on Saturday.

In view of the prevailing situation, the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education has been asked to postpone the examinations which are yet to be held, till April 15, education minister Partha Chatterjee told a press meet.

As per the directive, the examinations scheduled to be held on March 23, March 25 and March 27 will now be held after April 15.

The minister said the higher education department will take the decision about conducting the examinations after reviewing the situation as per the advisory of the health department.

The class 12 state board examinations began on March 13. The CBSE and the CISCE have already postponed all scheduled examinations.

Chatterjee said that the government has received several complaints that some of the private schools have not followed the state’s advisory to suspend internal examinations and warned them of action if the decision is not complied with.

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