The president of WBCHSE, Chiranjib Bhattacharya, has recommended to the West Bengal government that starting from the 2025-26 academic session, class 12 board examinations should be conducted in two parts.
As part of this proposal, the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) will organize two sets of exams: one in November, which will be objective and require students to provide answers on OMR sheets, and another in March, which will be descriptive.
To calculate the final marks, an average of the two examination scores will be used. This approach is in line with the state’s education policy, which suggests dividing the higher secondary examination into two parts to promote consistency in students’ performance.
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