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West Bengal Madhyamik Marking Scheme/Grading Pattern 2021

The West Bengal madhyamik board exams were to be conducted from 1st June 2021 however the exams currently stand deferred due to the severity of the rising number of COVID-19 positive cases and the potential danger it poses. The candidate shall be declared to have passed the examinations. Last year, candidates must obtain 272 out of 800 to pass the exam, according to the West Bengal madhyamik board marking scheme. These are the minimum marks to be awarded for getting the pass certificate. The following table gives the complete details of the marks required to be classified into different categories.

 

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West Bengal Madhyamik/10th Board Marking Scheme/Grading System 2021

A candidate must know the marking scheme for the board exams 2021 to get good marks. Below is a list of marking schemes for the candidates to prepare accordingly:

Marks Categories

Associate Score Value

Total marks 

800

Passing marks for West Bengal madhyamik  

272

Marks to get 1st division 

480

Marks to get  2nd division

360

Marks to get 3rd division  

272

West Bengal Madhyamik Minimum Marks to Qualify

Candidates need to secure 34 percent as per the West Bengal madhyamik/10th exam marking scheme 2021 to pass the class 10th exam.

Particulars

Details

Passing marks for each group of West Bengal madhyamik

34%

Minimum marks to qualify (including oral in each subject) for West Bengal madhyamik

20%

West Bengal Madhyamik Marking Scheme PPR/PPS

The West Bengal madhyamik board will accept only the online application for the P.P.S/P.P.R of the H.S. examination. Candidates appearing for the West Bengal madhyamik 2021 examination may apply for an online post-publication review within 15 days from the date of publication of the results. Applications for PPR/PPS are restricted to theoretical papers only. A failed candidate may seek a review, provided he/she obtains at least a grade C in two compulsory subjects (Language or Elective)– for regular & continuing.

A candidate with overall consistency in results reflected in securing the same grade O or A+ or A or B+ or B or C or P in all subjects, including optional elective subjects, will not be eligible to seek review. The following instructions have to be noted with utmost importance.

  • The duly filled online applications for post-publication review along with the fees have to be submitted within fifteen days from the date of publication of the result.

  • The council will reject any incomplete or incorrect applications for PPR/PPS and will not make any further inquiries in this regard.

  • Results of PPR/PPS have to be communicated to the institutions concerned by the council. The candidate may also know the results from the council’s website.

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