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West Bengal Madhyamik Pariksha (Examination) 2015

West Bengal Madhyamik Pariksha (Examination) 2015
The West Bengal Madhyamik Pariksha Examination, for the year 2015 will begin on Monday across the state. The first examination this year will be First Language, which includes Hindi, Bengali and Nepali. The WBBSE North Bengal regional office chief Pradip Biswas said the total number of students in North Bengal including Katiyar this year adds up to 2,38,395, which is comparatively lower than the numbers last year. “There are a total of 17,061 students attempting the Madhyamik Examinations from Siliguri this year. Malda has the highest number with 44,687 students, while South Denajpur has the lowest number with 23,432,” Biswas informed.

He further said that a total of 75 differently-abled students and 15 jail inmates will be writing the Madhyamik Examinations this year. The examinations in North Bengal will be conducted in 33 examination centres and Section-144 will implemented within 200 meters of each centres. Xerox shops within the vicinity of the 33 examination centres will also be shut down during the examination period. Government and private busses will be provided by respective district administration to ferry students to their centres, while various students unions will also help students with other means of transportation. (HS)

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