Madhyamik 2022
News  /  Published 06.08.22

59-year-old West Bengal police home guard clears Madhyamik exam

Provash Chandra Mondal, a 59-year-old home guard of West Bengal police who had to drop out of school 46 years ago to support his family, cleared his Madhyamik examinations on Thursday.   Ma...
By Monalisa Chaudhuri in Kolkata

News  /  Published 04.06.22

Madhyamik 2022: Those who beat the odds to excel

The Covid pandemic had cast a shadow on the life of students, some of whom were on the brink of giving up studies owing to financial challenges. But they fought on, some financially and some physicall...
By Jhinuk Mazumdar in Kolkata

West Bengal  /  Published 04.06.22

Madhyamik: Poverty no bar

Name: Tanima Biswas Score: 567/700; School: NJP Railway Girls’ High School, Siliguri Her father serves as a security guard at a milk factory, on the outskirts of Siliguri. “Whenever I f...
By The Telegraph in Calcutta

West Bengal  /  Published 04.06.22

Secret of success

A student of Barasat Girls’ High School in North 24 Parganas, Bipasha, has secured 651 out of a total of 700. Bipasha’s father was a contractual labour at BSNL and lost his job in March 2...
By Snehamoy Chakraborty, Subhasish Chaudhuri in Calcutta

News  /  Published 03.06.22

Two students score 693 out of 700 and top Madhyamik 2022

Arnab Gharai of Bankura and Raunak Mandal of Burdwan secure first position with 99 per cent aggregate ...
By Our Correspondent


News  /  Published 27.05.22

Madhyamik 2022 results announced

Results can be checked and downloaded from the websites and as well as The Telegraph Online...
By Our Correspondent

News  /  Published 14.03.22

Take a look at Kolkata police's traffic alert for Monday

Biker dies A 35-year-old man died after a goods vehicle hit his two-wheeler on EM Bypass, near the Ruby crossing, late on Saturday. Sandip Das, a resident of Haridevpur, was declared dead at Ruby Gen...
By My Kolkata Web Desk

News  /  Published 11.03.22

In photos: Bengal Tourism Fest starts, Parno Mitra and more

By My Kolkata Web Desk

News  /  Published 07.03.22

Over 11 lakh Class X students write first language papers amid strict restrictions in WB

A total of 11,18,821 candidates wrote their first language papers at 4,194 centres across West Bengal ...


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