West Bengal Board Exam 2021: CM invites opinion from students, parents and experts

The West Bengal government has formed an expert committee and asked for the opinion of students, parents, experts and the general public on conducting the board exams.

West Bengal Board Exam 2021: CM invites opinion from students, parents and experts
Shivam Jadoun | Jun 7, 2021 - 9:20 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The West Bengal government formed an expert committee to review whether WB Class 12 and 10 exams should be conducted. CM Mamata Banerjee has also asked for the opinion from students, parents, experts and the general public on the same. Earlier, the government formed an expert panel to check the feasibility of conducting WB board exams amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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As per the ANI Tweet, “West Bengal government forms an expert committee to recommend whether state board exams for secondary and higher secondary classes should be conducted. Government also invites the opinion of students and parents on the subject.”

The expert committee will review the situation and recommend on the following.

  • Whether to conduct/not to conduct WBBSE Madhyamik/ucchmadhyamik examinations 2021.

  • If yes, the mode of WB Board exams 2021.

  • If no, the mode of evaluation criteria for the assessment.

The government is also looking for opinions from students and parents on whether to conduct exams or not. The view/suggestions can be sent on the following email address.

  • pbssm.spo@gmail.com

  • commissionerschooleducation@gmail.com

  • wbssed@gmail.com

Earlier, the board had announced that West Bengal Board Class 10 and 12 exams will not be conducted in June 2021 and that the revised dates for WBBSE board exams will be announced later.

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