Class 12 Bengal board question paper not leaked; Circulated on social media after exam begins
Press Trust of India|Mar 18, 2023
NEW DELHI: The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) will start conducting the WBCHSE 12th state board exams 2023 from today, March 14. As many as 8.5 lakh students of Class 12 will be taking the exam. The WB 12th Class exams will continue till March 27, 2023. The students will appear for the first language papers on the first day of the exam on Tuesday.
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A total of 2,349 exam centres have been set up across the state to ensure the smooth conduct of the state board exams.
WBCHSE 12th state board exam 2023 will be held in a single shift. The exams will commence at 10 am and it will continue till 1:15 pm. The exams will be conducted in pen-paper mode only. Stringent measures have been ensured at all the 2,349 exam centres of the state to curb malpractices including cheating and copying.
CCTV cameras and metal detectors have been set up in all exam centres. Out of the 2,349 exam centres, 206 of them have been declared as sensitive ones, where Radio Frequency Detectors will be used to track mobile phones or other electronic devices.
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Students can refer to the last-minute tips before appearing for the state board exams.
● Time management: Language papers are often vast, hence it is of paramount importance for the students to manage their time well, and write to the point and as per requirements, to avoid running out of time in the exam.
● Focus on presentation skills: Students must pay attention to the way they present their answers, especially in the language papers. Neat and clean handwriting, writing in a proper format and appropriately placing punctuations would be necessary.
● Revise until the last minute: Revision is the best policy to ace any exam, thus students should keep practising sample papers, go through all the handwritten notes at length and read literature texts until the last minute.
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