মাধ্যমিক পরীক্ষার রুটিন WB Madhyamik Exam 2023 Full Schedule Published Today: The secondary examination begins today. There are more than 6.5 lakh secondary examinees this year. The number of candidates has decreased by 4 lahks compared to the last time. The secondary examination will continue till March 27. Since there is a by-election in one place in the state on March 27, the examination of that day will be held on March 1. Nabanna has issued a 19-point guideline for the smooth and smooth conduct of the examination.
The schedule of the Secondary Examination for 2023 has been changed. The secondary examination will start at 11:45 am. The exam will continue till 3 pm. The first 15 minutes of the exam have been allotted only for reading the question paper. The schedule of the secondary examination has changed. The examination schedule for a subject for the by-election to the Sagardighi assembly constituency has been revised.
The rest of the schedule remains unchanged, the Board of Secondary Education said.”It has been observed that the by-election to the Sagardighi Assembly constituency on February 27 (Monday) coincided with the date of the secondary history examination.
Therefore, in the larger public interest, instead of February 27, the secondary history examination will be organized on March 1. The time of the examination on February 27 and the examination center will remain the same in the case of the march 1 examination. The rest of the second schedule for 2023 will remain unchanged. ‘
Madhyamik Routine 2023 PDF: মাধ্যমিক পরীক্ষার রুটিন West Bengal Madhyamik Pariksha
Paper 1: Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Modern Tibetan, Nepal, Oriya, Gurmukhi (Punjabi), Telugu, Tamil, Urdu, and Santali will be tested in any one of the subjects.
Second paper exam: First, English (those who do not have English in the first paper, will be tested). Secondly, Bengali or Nepali (if there is a first paper in English).
Madhyamik Exam 2023 Timings
The secondary examination will start at 11:45 am. The exam will continue till 3 pm. The first 15 minutes of the exam have been allotted only for reading the question paper.