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West Bengal  /  Published 11.06.22

Students score in life and exams

Name: Barsha Parveen Score: 493/500 School: Shilbarihat High School, Alipurduar A resident of Kalaberia forest village in Alipurduar 1 block, Barsha’s father Motiar Rehman is a migrant worker...
By The Telegraph

News  /  Published 10.06.22

WB HS Exams 2023 to be held from March 14 to March 27

WBHSE 2023 to be conducted on full syllabus...
By Our Correspondent

News  /  Published 10.06.22

WBHSE 2022 top 10 merit list: A would-be social worker, doctor and engineer

Topper Adhisha Debsarma of Coochbehar wants to help street children...
By Our Correspondent

News  /  Published 10.06.22

WBHSE 2022: Apply online for review and scrutiny from June 20 midnight

Online application window will remain open till July 5 ...
By Our Correspondent

News  /  Published 10.06.22

WB Higher Secondary 2022 results: 88% pass the examination

Students can check results online from 12pm, marksheets may be downloaded and printed ...
By Our Correspondent

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News  /  Published 09.06.22

WBCHSE 2022: Higher Secondary results to be announced at noon on June 10

Students can check their results online at 12pm ...
By Our Correspondent

News  /  Published 09.06.22

CISCE splits English literature syllabi for ISC, ICSE from exam year 2024

The ICSE (Class X) and ISC (Class XII) English literature syllabus will be bifurcated from the examination year 2024, the council said in a circular to principals of schools on Wednesday. “...t...
By Jhinuk Mazumdar in Kolkata

News  /  Published 08.06.22

Institute of Risk Management announces Level-1 ERM exam results

Risk management professionals are in high demand across every sector as businesses attempt to strengthen their risk intelligence ...
By Our Correspondent

News  /  Published 06.06.22

WBCHSE to declare Higher Secondary results on June 10

WBCHSE will declare Higher Secondary results in the first half of June 10 ...
By Our Correspondent

West Bengal  /  Published 05.06.22

Cut-offs reduced

West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education has lowered the cut-off to 35 per cent in certain subjects for students to take up science-based elective subjects in Class 11, according to a notice ...
By Our Bureau, PTI in Calcutta


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