About West Bengal Madhyamik 2021
The West Bengal Madhyamik Examination 2021 is a state level examination for class 10 students. WB Madhyamik exams 2021 will be conducted by the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) through the schools affiliated with WBBSE. WB Madhyamik Routine 2021 has been released in online mode only. The West Bengal Madhyamik exams 2021 will be conducted for English, Life Science, History, Physical Science (a combination of physics and chemistry), Mathematics, Geography, and the first and second languages subjects. The West Bengal Madhyamik Examination 2021 will be conducted from June 1 to 10, 2021 at all the exam centres.
Students are advised to speed up their study preparations by using the previous year's question papers of West Bengal Madhyamik 2021. The WBSSE releases the WB Madhyamik admit card 2021 in offline mode only. Students need to collect the admit cards for the Madhyamik exams of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education from their schools. The WBBSE Madhyamik result 2021 will be published in online mode at wbresults.nic.in. To get access to the result, students will require their roll number and Date of Birth. Read on to get more about the WB 10th class board which includes West Bengal Madhyamik Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Routine, question papers, preparation tips, etc.
West Bengal Madhyamik 2021 Highlights
|Full Exam Name||West Bengal Madhyamik examination|
|Short Exam Name||West Bengal Madhyamik|
|Conducting Body||West Bengal Board of Secondary Education|
|Frequency of Conduct||Once a year|
|Mode of Application||Offline|
|Mode of Exam||Offline|
|Exam Duration||3 Hours 15 Minutes|
West Bengal Madhyamik 2021 Important Dates
Upcoming Dates and Events
01 Jun, 2021
Exam - First Languages | Mode: Offline
02 Jun, 2021
Exam - Second Languages | Mode: Offline
03 Jun, 2021
Exam - Geography | Mode: Offline
05 Jun, 2021
Exam - History | Mode: Offline
07 Jun, 2021
Exam - Mathematics | Mode: Offline
08 Jun, 2021
Exam - Life Science | Mode: Offline
09 Jun, 2021
Exam - Physical Science | Mode: Offline
10 Jun, 2021
Exam - Optional elective subjects | Mode: Offline
West Bengal Madhyamik 2021 Eligibility Criteria
In order to be eligible for the West Bengal Madhyamik Examination 2021, the student must satisfy the following West Bengal Madhyamik eligibility criteria:
- A student must be either 15 or 16 years of age on March 1, 2021.
- He/She should have successfully passed his/her 9th class exam.
- A student must satisfy the attendance prerequisites for the West Bengal Madhyamik Examination.
West Bengal Madhyamik 2021 Application Process
Mode of Application : Offline
Mode of Payment : Other
The West Bengal Madhyamik 2021 application process is carried out offline through concerned schools. Students need to collect WB Madhyamik application forms from respective school authority and fill it carefully. They have to attach necessary documents and submit them to the school authority along with the requisite fee. Then schools will have to submit these forms to the concerned authority of WBBSE.
West Bengal Madhyamik 2021 Syllabus
English (first language)
|Silas Marner: George Eliot (from chapters 14 till the end)|
|(i) On his blindness-John Milton, (ii) The Elegy-Thomas Gray, (iii) The soldier-Rupert Brooke, (iv) On first looking into Chapman's homer-John Keats, (v) On milton-William Wordsworth, (vi) Lead kindly light-Cardinal Newman|
|(vii) The slave's dream-H.W. Longfellow, (viii) To a skylark-P.B.Shelley, (ix) An acre of grass-W.B. Yeats|
|(i) The kite-W. Somerset Maugham, (ii) The little willow-Frances towers, (iii) The hostage-C.S. Forester, (iv) The basement room-Graham Greene, (v) Maria-Elizabeth Bowen, (VI) A dream of winter-Rosamond Lehmann|
Grammar and composition connected with a passage
Translation from English to Odia
|Translation from English to Gujarati|
|Translation from English to Tamil|
English (second language)
|(i) The engine trouble, (ii) The refugees, (iii) A great national hero, (iv) Most beautiful, (v) The gift of the wise, (vi) The birth of a white seal, (vii) The lost child|
|(i) Wander thirst, (ii) Stopping by woods on a snowy evening, (iii) If, (iv) Ring out, wild bells, (v) Sonnet to the pupils of the Hindu College|
Grammar and vocabulary
|Use of verbs: Finite and non-finite, simple auxiliaries and modal-auxiliaries, verbs with- ing/ -ed/ -en suffixes and their uses, gerunds, use of proper forms of verbs in meaningful contexts|
|Main clause and dependent clause; different functions of dependent clauses like nominal clause, adjective clause (relative clause), adverb clause; complex and compound sentences|
|Uses of prefix and suffixes|
|Use of passive voice|
|Time expressions; mid-position adverbs; countable and uncountable-nouns|
|Different words to describe the same action|
|Use of different derivative forms of words|
|Writing a descriptive paragraph; describing a situation,|
|Preparing a paragraph from a process chart|
|Letter writing (asking permission from head of institution for anyground), to friend/ relations-relating an experience/ giving some suggestions or advice)|
|Writing biographical sketches|
|Drafting a notice|
|Writing a report|
|Writing a dialogue|
|Writing a story|
Expansion of british empire in India
|Imperial expansion-different stages|
|Foundation of the colonial administration|
|Colonial impact–land revenue policy|
|Changes in the British commercial policy|
|Decline of indigenous manufacture|
Protest, resistance and uprisings
|Uprisings during the first century of British Rule-peasant revolts|
|The great revolt of 1857|
Genesis of Indian nationalism
|19th century nationalism in India–European background|
|Education policy of the British-rise of the English educated middle class-social reform movements|
|Awakening of national consciousness-first phase of nationalism|
|Founding of the Indian National Congress|
Early phase of the Indian national congress
|Early phase of the Congress-split between moderates and extremists|
|Partition of Bengal and Swadeshi movement|
Imperialism and the background of first world war
|European imperialism and the First World War|
|Post war Europe and India|
|Mahatma Gandhi and the transformation of Indian Nationalism|
|Non-cooperation and civil disobedience movements|
Background of World War-II
|Fascism in Germany and Italy|
|Fascist aggression-collapse of democracy, failure of the league of nations|
|Second World War|
Main stages of national movement in India: 1930 - 1940 A.D.
|Various trends within the Congress-left politics|
|Revolutionary movements: Punjab and Bengal|
|Subhas Chandra and I.N.A.|
|Post Second World War popular uprisings|
|Background of communal politics and two-nation theory|
|Partition of India and Indian independence|
Constitution of independent India
|Constitution of India-salient features|
|Institutional framework of the Indian democratic republic|
|Growth of parliamentary democracy-multi-party system|
Search for peace in the post-world war
|Formation of the U.N.O.|
|Cold war: Its origin|
|National liberation movements in Asia and Africa|
|India’s policy of non-alignment|
|Lithosphere: Landforms and their classification, mountains-fold, block, volcanic and relict mountains, plateaus-dissected, intermontane and lava plateaus, plains-alluvial flood plains, deltaic plains and coastal plains|
|Lithosphere: Weathering of the earth’s crust-mechanical and chemical, their causes and effects–formation of soil, works of rivers, glaciers and winds as agents of erosion and deposition|
|Atmosphere: Composition of the atmosphere, major factors influencing air temperature and pressure, temperature and pressure belts of the world|
|Atmosphere: Mechanism and types of winds, humidity and precipitation (interrelationship among different elements of weather and climate wherever possible)|
|Physical geography: Ocean currents, tides|
|India: Physical geography of India-relief-physiographic divisions with salient features, drainage-major rivers and their characteristics, climate-climate regions, seasons, vagaries of monsoon-drought and flood|
|India: Physical geography of India-natural vegetation and soil-major types and characteristics|
|India: Economic geography of India-agriculture-importance and forms of irrigation major crops: Food crops–rice, wheat, plantation crops-tea and coffee, fibre crops-cotton and jute. Industries: Textiles–cotton and jute; iron and steel|
|India: Economic geography of India-engineering-locomotives and automobiles: Petro-chemical|
|Asia: An outline of physical features–relief, drainage, climate and natural vegetation|
|Definition and explanation|
|Plants: Means of removal of excretory products. Mention shedding of leaves, barkand fruits. Types of excretory products and its economic importance (gums, resins, alkaloid and latex)|
|Animal: Human nephron as structural and functional unit of kidney, excretion ofnitrogenous wastes through kidney after reabsorption of essential substances. Mention in brief the role of skin, lungs, liver in animal excretion|
Nervous system and sense organs with reference to human being
|Nervous system: Outline classification and components of|
|Nervous system: Neurone–structural and functional unit|
|Nerves-afferent and efferent types, synapse, ganglion, reflex action with common examples|
|Central nervous system (brain and spinal cord–components and functions)|
|Sense organs: (i) Eye-structure and function, (ii) ear structure and function (details not required), (iii) sensory functions of tongue, skin and nose|
|Plant hormones: General idea, definition, characteristics, site of formation, functions and common examples of natural and synthetic hormones of: Auxin, gibberellin and cytokinin|
|Animal hormones: Endocrine, exocrine glands and mixed glands–definition and example, site of secretion and function of the following hormones in man: Anterrior pituitary (ACTH, GH, TSH, GTH), insulin (pancreas), thyroxin (thyroid)|
|Animal hormones: Site of secretion and function of the following hormones in man-adrenalin (adrenal), oestrogen, progesteron, testosteron (gonads)|
Cell and cell division
|Definition, prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells|
|Morphology of eukaryotic chromosome (mention chromatid and centromere)|
|Composition of eukaryotic chromosome (mention-DNA, RNA and protein)|
|Definition of autosome, sex chromosome and gene, cell division-types: Amitosis and mitosis and meiosis (definition occurrence and significance with example)|
|Cell cycle: Definition and phases only|
|Mitosis–in plants and animals, stages of mitosis, important features with diagrams|
|Cytokinesis–definition and differences between plants and animals|
Reproduction and heredity
|Definition and importance of vegetative, asexual, sexual reproduction and parthenogenesis|
|Examples from plants and animals|
|Alternation of generation: Definition and example, heredity-definition and explanation: Experiments on Mendel's monohybrid dihybrid cross (experiments), mention laws of Mendel, mention the reasons for choosing pea plants for Mendel's experiments|
|Alternation of generation: Mention 7 pairs of contrasting characters in pea plants. Mendelian inheritance in guineapig/ drosophila. Outline concept of sex determination in man|
|Definition and explanation|
|Evidence: Morphological (basic similarity in certainlike limbs, heart and vestigial organs) and palaentological (horse)|
|Theories of evolution-Lamarckism and Darwinism (as put forwaded by Lamarck and Darwin)|
|Definition and explanation|
|Adaptive features of the following plants and animals–plants: Lotus, cactus, sundri, animals: Rohu fish, pigeon|
Virus, microbes, diseases and hygiene
|Virus: Definition and characteristics (detail structure not required), bacteriophage (definition, example and significance). Pathogenic viruses–influenza, HIV and Polio virus (mode of transmission)|
|Microbes: Definition and types (bacteria, fungi and protozoa only)|
|Bacteria: Definition and significance-(a) beneficial–lactobacillius and rhizobium, (b) harmful–vibrio cholerae, mycobacterium leprae, mycobacterium tuberculosis and salmonella typhosa|
|Fungus: Definition and significance–(a) beneficial–penicillium and saccharomyces carevisiae. (b) harmful–Aspergillus and Puccinia graministritici|
|Protozoa: Definition and significance. Pathogenic protozoa–Plasmodium and Entamoeba|
|Disease and hygiene: Diseases caused by carriers–house fly, mosquito, diseases caused by blood transfusion mainly AIDS Hepatitis and Malaria. Use of common disinfectants, vaccination and immunisation (outline ideas only)|
Structure of atom
|Concept of atom, Dalton’s atomic theory (critical study not required)|
|Nucleus, and extra nuclear electrons|
|Structure of nucleus-constituents (protons and neutrons only)|
|Simple mention of nuclear force|
|Mass and charge of electron, proton, neutron|
|Planetary model of atom-similarities and dissimilarities with solar systems|
|Distribution of electrons in K, L, M, N shell: Electronic configuration upto calcium|
|Atomic number and mass number|
|Atomic mass (based on 12C=12,00000)|
|Nuclide (an atom with a particular atomic number and mass number)|
|Isotopes (definition)-isotopes of hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, chlorine, isotopes have similar chemical properties|
|Ions definition with example|
Properties of gases-pressure and temperature
|Boyle’s law: Statement and explanation with mathematical expression|
|Charles’ law: Statement and explanation with mathematical expression|
|Concept of Kelvin (absolute) temperature|
|Kelvin scale–relationship with celsius scale|
|Charles, law in terms of Kelvin temperature|
|Standard temperature and pressure (STP)|
|Combined Charles' law and Boyle’s law PV/T =Constant|
|Simple numerical problems|
|Brief mention of the motion of gas molecules anddependence of pressure and temperature on such motion (very elementary non-mathematical discussion)|
|Concept of molecules|
|Statement and explanation of Avogadro's law|
|Molecular mass based on 12C=1200000|
|Gram atomic mass and gram molecular mass|
|Statement of deductions from Avogadro’s law (deduction not required): Molecules of common elementary gases like hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen are diatomic. Gram-molecular volume of all gases at NTP is 22.4 litres|
|Avogadro number (definition with explanation)|
|Mole-unit of amount of substance|
|Weight calculations using chemical equation|
|Heat and temperature-(definition and difference), unit of heat, celsius, Fahrenheit scale of temperature and numerical examples on conversion|
|Factors determining the quantities of heat-idea of specific heat, unit-cal/gm/°C, principle of calorimetry|
|Definition of thermal capacity and water equivalent|
|Simple numerical examples|
Light: Lens and dispersion
|Lens-convex and concave, optical centre-focussing action and focal length, linear magnification, distinction between real and virtual images; formation of magnified real and virtual images by a convex lens, magnifying glass|
|Dispersion of light-definition, dispersion of white light by a prism|
|Spectrum-pure and impure (distinction only)|
Current electricity and electomagnetism
|Current-charges in motion, concept of EMF|
|Potential difference–Ohm’s law and resistance, units of current, EMF and resistance, dependence of resistance on length and cross-section, resistances in series and parallel, simple problems|
|Demonstration with dry batteries, resistances, torch-light lamps and switch|
|Heating effect of current-Joule’s law with practical application to heater and electric iron, electrical power and energy, household consumption|
|Household circuits–switches, fuses, three-pin plugs, earthing, colour coding of wires|
|Magnetic effect of current, Ampere’s swimming rule|
|Action of magnet on current, Fleming’s left hand rule, Burlow’s wheel and application in case of a motor, electromagnet–its strength and use; use of voltameter and anmeter|
|Thermionic emission (basic idea-no analytical details) and hot cathode ray tube: Diode valve (principle only)|
|Principle of production of X-rays-properties and uses|
|Natural radioactivity–the nature of α, β, and γ rays (charge and mass), penetrating power, radioactivity-a nuclear phenomenon, hazards and safety precautions|
|Simple idea of fission, fusion (only qualitative idea)|
|Periodicity of properties of elements|
|Mendeleef’s periodic law|
|Modified Mendeleef’s periodic law|
|Periodic table based on modified periodic law (atomic number)|
|Periods, groups and sub-groups (mention only)|
|Periodic properties and their variations in periods (2nd and 3rd periods) and groups (Li, Na, K) and (F, Cl, Br, I), atomioc size, metallic character, non-metallic character, electronegativity (Pauling’s definition only)|
|Position of hydrogen, alkali metals, halogens and inert gases in the periodic table|
|Modern long from of periodic table (IUPAC numbering of groups): Full table to be shown but to be studied upto period 3 (upto Ar)|
|What is a chemical bond?, simple idea of electrovalent and covalent bonds formed by transfer and sharing of electrons respectively|
|Characteristic properties of electrovalent and covalent compounds and difference between them|
|Electron-dot structures of: NaCl, CaO, H, O, N, HCl, HO, CH|
Electronic theory of oxidation and reduction
|Oxidation: Loss of electron, reduction: Gain of electron|
|Oxidant and reductant, simple examples|
|Oxidation and reduction take place simultaneously-electronic explanation|
Electrolysis-electrolytes and non-electrolytes
|Ions and migration of ions during electrolysis|
|Elementary idea of electrolytes and non-electrolytes|
|Acids, bases, and salts as electrolytes|
|Electrolysis (definition), voltameter and electrodes|
|Electrolysis of water with Pt-electrodes, and electrolysis of copper sulphate with copper electrodes|
|Application of electrolysis: (i) Electroplating (with copper), nickel|
|Application of electrolysis: (ii) Extraction of metals (example with the extraction of aluminium only. only meterials with their physical states and electrodes required. No technical description or equationrequired). (iii) Prification of copper|
Hydrogen chloride (Hydrochloric acid), nitric acid and sulphuric acid
|Laboratory method of preparation of hydrogen chloride and hydrochloride acid from sodium chloride|
|Preparation of nitric acid from chilli salt petre|
|Fuming nitric acid|
|Catalytic oxidation of ammonia for the production of nitric acid (only principle-conditions and equations. No technical discussion required)|
|Contact process for the manufacture of sulphuric acid (only principle-conditions and equations. No technical discussion, diagram, etc, required)|
|Fuming sulphuric acid, pollution of air by SO-from automobiles, metallurgical process of S-containingores (mention only), from oil refineries|
|Danger to historical monuments like Tajmahal, (stone cancer), possible remedial measures|
|Physical properties of HCl, HNO, HSO: Colour, odour, solubility, density and boiling point|
|Chemical properties of HCl, HNO, and HSO|
|Reactions: With alikali with metals (Mg, Fe and Cu) with AgNO and BaCl, in case of HNO reaction in hot and concentrated condition only with the above metals|
|Oxidising action of conc, HNO and conc, HSO (on Cu-turnings and charcoal)Dehydration action of conc, HSO|
|Ring test for HNO (demonstration), identification and distinction of the three acids–by AgNO, BaCl and Cu-turnings|
|Aqua regia (equation not required) its use|
|Pollution (of air, water) from Golsmith’s workshop–its possible remedy, acid rain (due to presence of SO and NO in air)|
|Uses of hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid and nitric acid|
Some important substances-nature and uses
|Washing soda, common salt, bleaching powder, slaked lime, copper sulphate, ammonium sulphate, urea, soap, detergent, methylated spirit, vinegar, rectified spirit, naphthalene|
|Regarding nature the following points are to be studied: (i) Solid, liquid, or gas (ii) colour, (iii) odour, (iv) volatility, (v) solubility in water, (vi) acid, base, or salt, (vii) organic or inorganic, (viii) hazard, if any|
|Hazard of using ammonium sulphate repeatedly as a fertilizer, health hazard of using copper sulphate for colouring vegetables and as pesticides|
Some metals-aluminium, magnesium, zinc, iron and copper
|Important ores (definition of ore to be given) and uses|
|Reaction with-(i) air, (ii) water, (iii) alkalis|
|Alloy-an elementary idea|
|Advantage of using alloys over pure metals (qualitative idea)|
|Some important alloys: Brass, stainless steel, bronze, duralumin–their composition and uses only|
|What is organic chemistry: The role of organic compounds in life process, biomolecules-definition, some biomolecules such as carbohydrates, amino acids, proteins, RNA, DNA-mention only in elementary way. Structures not required|
|What is organic chemistry: Bonding in organic compounds (covalent)-different from inorganic compounds (ionic and covalent). Functional group and elementary classification|
|What is organic chemistry: Hydrocarbons (saturated and unsaturated–alkane, alkene, alkyne), alcohols (only primary alcohols), aldehydes, ketones, and carboxylic acids, examples (upto three carbon atoms). Constitutional isomerism (definition and example)|
|Alkane-definition and general formula: Methane (only)-source (preparation not required) will-o-the-wisp, and uses; burning in oxygen (its value as fuel). Mention that CH is a green-house gas|
|Alkene–definition and general formula: Ethylene (only)-source (mention only, laboratory preparation or production by any method not required) and uses: Addition reaction with hydrogen and bromine only|
|Alkyne-definition and general formula: Acetylene (only)-source (preparation not required) and uses: Addition reaction with hydrogen and bromine only|
|Monomer and polymer: Only definition with example (addition, condensation polymer or polymerisation reaction not required). Some common polymers: Polyethylene, Teflon, PVC-their monomer and uses (structures not required)|
|Monomer and polymer: Hazards of using these substances-their non-biodegradability. Danger of using polyethylene materials indiscriminately and possible alternative|
|Mixure, different related problems|
|Profit and loss|
|Interest: Simple and compound (upto three interest period calculating interest of each period)|
|Uniform rate of growth|
|Determination of H.C.F. and L.C.M. of polynomials by factorisation|
|Relation between H.C.F. and L.C.M.|
|Solution of linear simultaneous equations involving two unknowns (method of elimination and cross-multiplication)|
|Solution of quadratic equation of rational roots|
|Acquaintance with Sridhar Acharya’s method|
|Problems based on ratio, proportion and variation|
|Variation: Direct and inverse, joint variation. Theorem on joint variation (statement only). Simple application|
|Inequation involving one or two unknowns|
|Graphs of inequations|
|Basic operations only (upto quadratic surds)|
|To establish the following propositions: (a) There exists one and only one circle which passes through three given non-collinear points (no formal proof)|
|To establish the following propositions: (b) A straight line drawn from the centre of a circle to bisect a chord whichis not a diameter is at right angles to the chord|
|To establish the following propositions: (c) The angle which an arc of a circle subtends at the centre is double that subtends at any part of the remaining part of the circumference|
|To establish the following propositions: (d) Angles on the same segment of a circle are equal. If a line segment joining two points subtends equal angles of two other points on the same side of it, the four points shall lie on a circle (no formal proof)|
|To establish the following propositions: (e) The angle in a semi-circle is a right angle. (f) The opposite angles of any quadrilateral inscribed in a circle are supplementary|
|To establish the following propositions: (g)-(i) The tangents at any point of a circle and its radius through that point areperpendicular to one another|
|To establish the following propositions: (g)-(ii) The segments of two tangents of a circle from an external point to the points of contact are equal and the subtend equal angles at the centre|
|To establish the following propositions: (g)-(iii) If two circles touch, the point of contact lies on the straight line throughthe centres|
|To establish the following propositions: (a) If a straight line is drawn parallel to one side of a triangle, the other two sides are divided proportionally (no formal proof) and its converse (no formal proof)|
|To establish the following propositions: (b) If two triangles are equiangular, their corresponding sides are proportional and its converse (no formal proof)|
|To establish the following propositions: (c) If a perpendicular is drawn from the vertex containing the right angle of a right angled triangle on the hypotenuse|
|To establish the following propositions: (c) The triangles of each side of the perpendicular are similar to the whole triangle and to one another. (d) Pythagoras’ theorem and its converse|
|Construction: (i) To draw the circum-circle of a triangle. (ii) To draw the incircle of a triangle. (iii) To draw a tangent to a circle-(a) at a point on the circle, (b) from an external point|
|Construction: (iv) To draw common tangents to two given circles (both direct and transverse). (v) To draw the mean proportional of two line segments|
|Simple application based on above proposition and constructions|
|Problems on surface and volume of: (i) A right prism, (ii) a right circular cylinder, (iii) a right Pyramid, (iv) a right circular cone, (v) a sphere (in case of right prism and right pyramid the bases should be confined triangles and rectangles)|
|Idea of trigonometrical angles: Positive and negative angles. Measurement of angles in sexagesimal and circular measures only (II radian = 180º to be assumed)|
|Definition of trigonometrical ratio of an acute angle|
|Trigonometrical ratios of the following angles: 0°, 30°, 45°, 60° and 90° (except undefined values)|
|Trigonometrical ratios of complementary angles|
|Simple problems on height and distance leading to the solution of right-angled triangles involving the angles mentioned above|
West Bengal Madhyamik 2021 Preparation Tips
Once you decide to appear for any WB Madhyamik exam 2021, the first step to accomplish your goal is the right exam preparation strategy. Proper planning and consistent preparation of West Bengal Madhyamik examination 2021. In order to score well for the exam, students should keep in mind the following preparation tips:
- Regularly revise and study subject matter throughout the year. The regular revision will ensure that concepts are thoroughly grasped by a student.
- A student should practice comprehensively before the examination. Practice will ensure that the student is successful in each aspect of the examination and it will bring to light the areas of study which need additional focus.
- Students should exercise and ensure a healthy diet in order to keep themselves in the pink of health to maintain proper levels of preparation.
- Students should solve mock question papers and sample questions to understand the test pattern and grow familiar with common trends and questions which may appear in the examination.
West Bengal Madhyamik Books 2021
WBBSE Board prescribed the books for 1st and 2nd language subjects which can be bought online websites or from nearby approved booksellers. Students are advised to cover the West Bengal Madhyamik syllabus 2021 from a prescribed book. Students can check the following venue/addresses to get information about books and related study materials.
- West Bengal Board Of Secondary Education, Head Office, Sales counter, 77/2, Park street, Kolkata - 700 016.
- West Bengal Board Of Secondary Education, Regional office, Iswar Chandra Bhavan Goods Shed Road, Tinkonia, P.O.& District - Burdwan.
- West Bengal Board Of Secondary Education, Regional Office, Keranitala Chak, PO & District - Midnapore.
WBBSE releases the West Bengal Madhyamik syllabus 2021 in online mode along with exam pattern and is the same for all the constituent's exams. The compulsory subjects include First language, Second language, Life science, Physical science, History, Geography, and Mathematics. Each exam will be held for three hours fifteen minutes duration, out of which the first 15 minutes is the designated reading time allotted to the students.
WB Madhyamik Marking Scheme 2021
Students can check the detailed marking scheme of West Bengal Madhyamik exam 2021,
|Pass marks||272 or above|
|Marks for 1st Division||480 or above|
|Marks for 2nd Division||360 or above|
|Marks for 3rd Division||272 or above|
In order to pass the West Bengal Madhyamik exam 2021, students are required to obtain at least:
- A minimum of 25% in each subject
- A minimum of 20% in each oral subject
West Bengal Madhyamik Grading System 2021
West Bengal Madhyamik 2021 Admit Card
The West Bengal Madhyamik admit cards will be released online in May 2021. The admit card of WB Madhyamik will be made available through schools. The WB 10th admit card have to be collected from the respective school authority. It is mandatory to carry the admit card to the exam hall as no student is allowed to sit for the WB Madhyamim exam 2021 without it.
Details Printed on the West Bengal Madhyamik Admit Card 2021:
- Student's Name
- Roll Number
- Exam Timing
- Exam Centre
- Date of Birth
- Parent's Name
- Subject Details
- Exam Dat Instructions
Documents Required at Exam
- West Bengal Madhyamik examination admit card
- Valid government issued photo ID
The West Bengal Madhaymik result 2021 will be released on the official website only. The result will be made available in online mode through the official website: wbresults.nic.in. Students can access the result by logging in with their roll numbers and date of birth. Students will be able to check the WB Madhyamik result 2021 through SMS also.
The West Bengal Madhyamik result 2021 contains marks and grades obtained by students in the examination. The result will be provided in the form of a provisional form. Students will have to collect their original mark sheets from respective schools after a few days of West Bengal Madhyamik examination result 2021.
How to check West Bengal Madhaymik result 2021
Follow the steps given below to check WB 10th result 2021:
- Go to the official website: wbresults.nic.in.
- Click on the link of WB Madhyamik result 2021. (link will be updated after release)
- It will lead to a login window of the 10th class result.
- Enter registration number and date of birth in the respective fields.
- Click on the submit button and the result will appear on the screen.
- Take a screenshot or printout of the result.
West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2021 through SMS
To check the result of West Bengal Madhyamik Pariksha via SMS, follow the steps below,
- Type a text message. Ex: WB 10 <space> roll number
- Send it to 56263 / 56070
- After that, WBBSE will send the details about the result on the same mobile number.
Details Mentioned on the West Bengal Madhyamik Rariksha Result 2021
You can get the following details on the result of WB Madhyamik 2021,
- Candidate’s name
- Roll number
- Subject-wise marks obtained
- Overall marks
- Division obtained
- Qualifying status
Qualifying Marks Trend
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question: What is the date of the WB Madhyamik exam?
West Bengal Madhyamil exams will be conducted from June 1 to 10, 2021.
Question: Is the West Bengal Madhyamik routine 2021 same for private and regular students?
Yes, there will be only one WB Madhyamik routine for both regular and private students.
Question: What are the passing marks in the WB 10th class exams 2021?
Students should secure a minimum of 25% marks to pass the West Bengal Madhyamik exam.
Question: What will be the level of difficulty of questions asked in WB Madhyamik exams 2021?
We can expect that the questions will be of a moderate level.
Question: How can I get my admit card of WB Madhuamik exam 2021?
The admit card of Class 10 WB Board exams will be released through the concerned school.
Question: Is it possible to complete the WB 10th syllabus in one month?
Students can cover only important topics in West Bangal Madhyamik syllabus 2021.
Question: When will the West Bengal Madhyamik results be declared?
WB Madhyamik result will be released in July 2021.
Question: Where can students get the West Bengal Madhyamik result 2021 updates & news?
Students can get all the latest updates of WB Madhyamik result 2021 on wbbse.org, wbresults.nic.in and through this exam page as well.
Question: Can I check Madhyamik result of West Bengal Board without roll number??
No, it is not possible to check the result without a valid roll number and date of birth.
Question: What is the previous year's pass percentage of WB Madhyamik exam 2021?
The previous year's pass percentage of the West Bengal 10th class exam is 86.34.
Questions related to West Bengal Madhyamik
How should I prepare for ISI B.Stat admission test within one or two months? I dont have TOMATO book but I have WBCHSE road to success mathematics book only. Is it enough to crack ISI?
If you are worried about score, then first thing you have to do is to calm down. Score won't come if you get anxious.
- If you have prescribed book which is needed to prepare for entrance exam then that much will do.
- Start from easy chapters. Solve examples and chapter end questions. there is solution to everything.
- Solve and look for solution. check if it is correct. if you get wrong then solve it again next day morning or evening. Keep on progressing.
- Go from easy to hard and wrong to right.
There is no shortcut to success. It is only hardwork to get it. Practice as much as you can. Take help of friends and youtube lectures if necessary.
Hope it helps!
Can I only practice WBCHSE road to success mathematics book for ISI BStat admission test?
The book WBSCHE road to success mathematics, is indeed a good book for ISI B Stat admission test. These are some other books that you can use:
- An Excursion in Mathematics
- Problem Primer for the Olympiad
- Modern Geometry
- Plane Trigonometry
Hope this answer helps!
how many subject will be counted while making grade 5 or 7
Generally 5 subjects are considered in the gradation system. But for different entrance exams , they consider their own pattern for counting grade. The thing is you have not mentioned the purpose of your query. Normally you can consider all the subjects to speak your grade, but for different purposes the gradation system varies.
Hope this helps!