WBCHSE Class XII Examination results 2019 postponed from May to June

WBCHSE Class XII Examination results in 2019 – The results of the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Examination (WBCHSE) have been postponed due to the Lok Sabha polls. In fact, the initial schedule was to release the results in May, nevertheless, due to the forthcoming general elections, the Council has decided to release the results before June 15, quoting an official of the Council, IE reported.

Cheating

Despite taking all precautionary measures, the level of cheating could not be contained, as the latest incidents go to show. This year, 12 candidates from across the State were caught possessing mobile phones from the examination halls. Subsequently, the authorities the entire examinations of these candidates were cancelled.

Mahua Das, President, WBCHSE was quoted as saying by the report that despite few anomalies, the examinations were held successfully. What is more, the incidents of mass cheating or paper leak were not reported from any of the centres in West Bengal, Das added.

How to check results

  • The students can access the official websites wbchse.nic.in, wbresults.nic.in and wb.allresults.nic.in. The result will also be available via SMS. Candidates have to type SMS- (WB12Roll number and send it to 5676750) or (WB12Roll number and send it to 58888), added the report.

The Government of West Bengal has established the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education, under West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education, Act 1975. The council is the main body which looks after the education system in the 10+2 and it has its main office at Salt Lake, Bidhannagar, Korunamoyee, Kolkata along with four regional offices.

The Council is a body corporate with perpetual succession and a common seal, and is entitled to acquire, hold and dispose of property, to enter into contracts and to do all other things necessary for the purposes of this Act and shall by its name sue and be used. Its functions are executed through an Organisation Structure.

Functions

  • Assess periodically the Educational needs at higher secondary level at the state and lay down the General policy for the development of the Higher Secondary Education
  • Provide for inspection of Recognised Institutions
  • Provide by regulations, the curriculum, syllabus, the courses of studies to be followed and the books to be studied in Recognised Institutions
  • Undertake the preparation, publication and sale of Text Books and other books for use in the Recognised Institutions
  • Institute Higher Secondary Examination for the purposes of the Act
  • P publish results of examination instituted by the Council and to award certificates and scholarship thereof
  • The Higher Secondary Course consists of two parts, i.e. Class XI and Class XII
  • The curriculum of Higher Secondary Course shall consist of two language subjects one each from Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’ of Schedule II
  • Three compulsory elective subjects, one each to be chosen from any group
  • One optional elective subject to be chosen from the groups remaining after the selection of compulsory elective subject
  • After completing secondary school examination, students enrol for two years in Higher Secondary Institutions
  • Upon completing the required coursework, students may enrol in general or professional degree programs

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