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The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education is an autonomous authority established by the West Bengal state government for examining, framing rules and regulations and guidelines for the secondary school level examination. The board conducts the class 10 summative assessments and final exams. All the other exams of classes 6, 7, 8 and 9 are conducted by the respective schools as per guidelines framed by the board.
Class 10 West Bengal board examination is conducted as per the syllabus, guidance and assessment system by the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education. This exam is popularly known as “Secondary Education” in English and “Madhyamik Pariksha” in Bengal. WBBSE has released the Class 10 results 2022 on June 3, 2022. Continue reading to know more.
The West Bengal Board Class 10 has been released on June 3, 2022. Moreover, it is very important for students to understand the West Bengal Board Class 10 exam scheme to score well in all the subjects. For the Class 10 exam of WBBSE affiliated schools, each student has to take the following seven subjects:
Sl No.  Subjects 

1  First language – Bengali 
2  Second language – English 
3  Mathematics 
4  Science and Environment 
5  Geography and Environment 
6  History and Environment 
7  Health and Physical Education 
As per the regulations of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE), a student of grade 10 will be evaluated throughout the year through 1st, 2nd, and 3rd summative and formative assessments. The student have to obtain the pass mark, to become eligible to sit for the final board examinations.
The exam is held in one stage every year in February tentatively.
The details of the exam pattern are given below. For each subject, there are summative and formative Evaluations three times a year as shown in the following schedule with the distribution of marks:
Subject  Type of Evaluation  Marks  Time schedule 

First Language – Bengali  First Summative Evaluation  40  April 
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  April  
Second Summative Evaluation  40  August  
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  August  
Third Summative Evaluation  90  November / December  
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  November / December  
Second Language – English  First Summative Evaluation  40  April 
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  April  
Second Summative Evaluation  40  August  
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  August  
Third Summative Evaluation  90  November / December  
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  November / December  
Mathematics  First Summative Evaluation  40  April 
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  April  
Second Summative Evaluation  40  August  
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  August  
Third Summative Evaluation  90  November / December  
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  November / December  
Science and Environment  First Summative Evaluation  40  April 
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  April  
Second Summative Evaluation  40  August  
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  August  
Third Summative Evaluation  90  November / December  
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  November / December  
Geography and Environment  First Summative Evaluation  40  April 
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  April  
Second Summative Evaluation  40  August  
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  August  
Third Summative Evaluation  90  November / December  
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  November / December  
History and Environment  First Summative Evaluation  40  April 
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  April  
Second Summative Evaluation  40  August  
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  August  
Third Summative Evaluation  90  November / December  
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  November / December  
Health and Physical Environment  First Summative Evaluation  40  April 
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  April  
Second Summative Evaluation  40  August  
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  August  
Third Summative Evaluation  90  November / December  
Internal Formative Evaluation  10  November / December 
The summative evaluation involves a written test on the respective subjects. Look at the table below for the distribution of marks in different subjects for different summative evaluations:
Name of the Subject  First summative  Second summative  Third summative  Total 

First Language – Bengali  40  40  90  170 
Second Language – English  40  40  90  170 
Mathematics  40  40  90  170 
Science and Environment  40  40  90  170 
Geography and Environment  40  40  90  170 
History and Environment  40  40  90  170 
Physical and Art Education  40  40  90  170 
The summative assessment grading system for the year 2022 has been mentioned below:
Grade  Mark Percentage 

A+  90% – 100% 
A  80% – 89% 
B+  70% – 79% 
B  60% – 69% 
C+  45% – 59% 
C  25% – 44% 
D  Below 25% 
Formative evaluation consist of the evaluation of the students in each subject in the following parameters:
Name of the indicator  First Formative  Second Formative  Third Formative  Total 

Participation  20  20  20  60 
Question and Experimentation  20  20  20  60 
Interpretation & Application  20  20  20  60 
Empathy & Cooperation  20  20  20  60 
Creative & Aesthetic Expression  20  20  20  60 
Total  100  100  100 
Grade  Marks 

A  75 – 100% 
B  50 – 74% 
C  25 – 49% 
D  Below 25% 
The distribution of marks in the seven subjects in the final exam 2022 (the selection test, if taken separately, will follow the same model as the final exam) is as follows:
Subject  Full Marks  

Compulsory subjects  Written exam  Internal Formative Evaluation  Total 
First language – Bengali  90  10  100 
Second language – English  90  10  100 
Mathematics  90  10  100 
Science and Environment  90  10  100 
Geography and Environment  90  10  100 
History and Environment  90  10  100 
Health and Physical Education  90  10  100 
Optional Elective subject (Additional subject)  100  
Total Marks  700 
Note: The marks scored in the optional elective subject (Additional subject) will not be added to the total marks.
The grading system depends on the marks obtained by the candidates as shown below:
Marks Obtained  Grade  Performance Indicator 

90 – 100  AA  Outstanding 
80 – 89  A+  Excellent 
60 – 79  A  Very Good 
45 – 59  B+  Good 
35 – 44  B  Satisfactory 
25 – 34  C  Marginal 
Below 25  D  Disqualified 
The result given in the final exam is as follows:
P  For successful candidates 
Comp.  For compartmental candidates 
X  For unsuccessful candidates 
The passing marks for each subject and the gross total is 25%. A student will be considered to be unsuccessful in class 10 West Bengal Board examination if he / she is scoring less than 25% in three (3) or more subjects.
If a student achieves less than 25% in a maximum of two subjects, the student has to write the examination again for those subjects (called compartmental exam) along with other students in the next year. The marks obtained by the students in subjects other than the subjects in which he/she scored less than 25% will be preserved. He/she will be issued a fresh marksheet next year which will contain marks of other subjects from the previous year and marks obtained in the compartmental examinations.
The syllabus for all the subjects for Class 10 West Bengal Board of Secondary education is available in Bengali and English languages Here. The syllabus for a few key subjects is given below.
Textbook: ‘Bliss’
Chapter No.  Details 

First Summative Evaluation: 40 marks (April) Internal Formative Evaluation: 10 Marks 

1  Father’s Help — R.K. Narayan 
2  Fable — Ralph Waldo Emerson 
3  The Passing Away of Bapu — Nayantara Sehgal 
Second Summative Evaluation: 40 Marks (August) Internal Formative Evaluation: 10 Marks 

4  My Own True Family — Ted Hughes 
5  Our Runaway Kite — Lucy Maud Montgomery 
6  Sea Fever — John Masefield 
Third Summative Evaluation: 90 marks (December) Internal Formative Evaluation: 10 Marks 

7  The Cat — Andrew Barton Paterson 
8  The Snail — William Cowper 
Lessons 1 – 6 are to be included in the Third Summative Evaluation.  
Grammar, Vocabulary and Writing items practised in classes IX & X are also to be included. 
The syllabus for West Bengal Board Class 10 Mathematics are as follows:
Sl no.  Chapter Name  Details 

Summative – I (40 Marks) (Time: April) and Formative (10 Marks)  
1  Quadratic equation in one variable  i) Concept of quadratic equation in one variable ii) Concept of quadratic equation in one variable ax2+bx+c=0 (a, b, c are real numbers and a is not equal to 0) iii) Solution of quadratic equations with the help of factorization. (Roots are rational numbers.) iv) Solution of quadratic equation by expressing perfect square. v) Concept of Sridhara Acharyya’s formula. vi) Concept about the nature of roots. vii) Concept of construction of a quadratic equation in one variable if roots are known. viii) Solution of real problems of quadratic equations in one variable. 
2  Simple Interest  i) Concept of principal, interest, rate of interest in percent per annum, amount, time. ii) Concept of the formula I = (PRT)/100 iii) Concept of solution of different real problems. 
3  Theorems related to a circle  i) In the same circle or in equal circles, equal chords intercept equal arcs and subtend equal angles at the centre (Proof is not necessary) ii) In the same circle or in equal circles, the chords which subtend equal angles at the centre are equal (proof is not necessary). iii) One and only one circle can be drawn through three noncollinear points. (Proof is not necessary) iv) If a line drawn from the centre of any circle bisects the chord, which is not a diameter, will be perpendicular on the chordproof. v) A perpendicular drawn from the centre of a circle on a chord, which in not a diameter, bisects the chordproof. vi) Application of above statements. 
4  Rectangular Parallelepiped or Cuboid  i) Concept of the things of the shape of rectangular parallelepiped and cube which are seen in real life. ii) Concept of the number of the surfaces, edges, vertices and diagonals. iii) Concept of formation of formula of total surface area. iv) Concept of formation of formula of volume. v) Concept of formation of formula of the length of a diagonal. vi) Concept of solution of different real problems. 
5  Ratio and Proportion  i) Concept of ratio and proportion in Algebra. ii) Concept of different types of ratio and proportion iii) Concept of application of different proportional properties in the problems related to proportion 
6  Compound Interest (upto 3 years) and uniform rate of increase or decrease  i) Concept of difference in simple interest and compound interest. ii) Concept of formation of formula if the compound interest is given yearly, halfyearly and quarterly. iii) Concept of solution of different real problems. iv) Concept of formula formation of uniform rate of increase or decrease from the formula of compound interest. v) Concept of solution of real problems. 
7  Theorems related to angles in a circle  i) Concept of angle subtended at the centre and in the circle ii) The angle subtended at the centre by an arc is twice that of an angle subtended in the circleproof iii) In any circle, angles in the same segment are equalproof. iv) Angle in a semicircle is a rightangle – proof. v) If a straight line segment makes equal angles at the two points situated on the same side of it, then the four points are concyclic. (proof is not necessary) vi) Application of above statements. 
8  Right Circular Cylinder  i) Concept of right circular cylinders which are seen in real life. ii) Concept of curved surface and plane surface of a right circular cylinder, iii) Concept of formula formation of curved surface area. iv) Concept of formula formation of total surface area. v) Concept of formula of volume. vi) Concept of solution of real problems of different types. 
9  Quadratic Surd  i) Concept of irrational numbers. ii) Concept of quadratic Surds. iii) Concept of pure, mixed, like and unlike quadratic Surds iv) Concept of rationalising factor v) Concept of rationalising factor of denominator. vi) Concept of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of quadratic surds. vii) Concept of solution of different real problems of quadratic surds. 
10  Theorems related to cyclic quadrilateral  i) The opposite angles of a cyclic quadrilaterals are supplementary to each other proof ii) If the opposite angles of a quadrilateral are supplementary to each other, then the vertices of the quadrilateral are concyclic (Proof is not necessary). iii) Application of above statements. 
Summative – II (40 Marks) (Time: August) and Formative (10 Marks)  
11  Construction : Construction of circumcircle and incircle of a triangle.  i) Construction of the circumcircle of a given triangle. ii) Construction of the incircle of a given triangle. iii) Construction of a circle about a given triangle (proof is not included in Evaluation) 
12  Sphere  i) Concept of a solid with the shape of sphere and hemisphere which are seen in real life. ii) Concept of surfaces of sphere and hemisphere. iii) Concept of curved surface area of a sphere iv) Concept of curved surface area and total surface area of a hemisphere. v) Concept of volumes of sphere and hemisphere. vi) Concept of solution of different real problems. 
13  Variation  i) Concept of simple variation, inverse variation and compound variation. ii) Concept of different problems related to variation, inverse variation and solution of real problems. 
14  Partnership Business  i) Concept about partnership business ii) Concept of simple and mixed partnership business. iii) Concept about principal. iv) Concept of distribution of dividend v) Application of ratio in different real problems related to partnership business. 
15  Theorems related to Tangent to a circle.  i) Concept of tangent and transversal of a circle. ii) The tangent and the radius passing through the point of contact are perpendicular to each other $$ proof iii) If two tangents are drawn from an external point, then the two line segments joining the external point and point of contact are equal and they make equal angles at the centreproof. iv) Concept of direct common tangent and transverse common tangent. v) If two circles touch each other, then two centres of two circles and point of contact are collinear proof. vi) Application of above statements. 
16  Right Circular Cone  i) Concept of right circular conical solids which are seen in real life. ii) Concept of curved surface and plane surface of a right circular cone. iii) Concept of curved surface area of a right circular cone. iv) Concept of total surface area of a right circular cone. v) Concept of volume of a right circular cone. vi) Solution of different real problems. 
17  Similarity  i) Concept of similar geometric figures. ii) A line drawn parallel to any side of a triangle divides other two sides or extends two sides proportionally (proof is not necessary.) iii) If any straight line divides two sides or extends two sides of a triangle proportionally, then the straight line will be parallel to the third side. (proof is not necessary) iv) If two triangles are similar, their corresponding sides are proportional (proof is not necessary) v) If the sides of two triangles are proportional then their corresponding angles are equal. (proof is not necessary) vi) In two triangles, if an angle of one is equal to an angle of the other and the adjacent sides of the angles are proportional, then the two triangles are similar. (proof is not necessary) vii) If in a right angled triangle, a perpendicular is drawn from its angular point to its hypotenuse, then the two triangles obtained are similar with original triangle and they are similar to each otherproof viii) Applications of above statements. 
Summative – III (90 Marks) (Time: December) and Formative (10 Marks)  
18  Construction : Construction of tangent to a circle.  i) Concept of construction of the tangent of a circle to a point on the circle. ii) Concept of construction of two tangents to a circle from an external point. 
19  Problems related to different solid objects.  i) Solution of real problems related to different solid objects (rectangular parallelepiped, right circular cylinder, sphere, hemisphere, right circular cone) 
20  Trigonometry: Concept of measurement of angle.  i) Evolution, growth and explanation of the necessity of trigonometry in reality. ii) Concept of positive and negative angles. iii) Concept of measurement of angle. iv) Concept of sexagesimal system and circulatory system, concept of their relations and application in different problems. 
21  Construction: Determination of mean proportional.  i) Determination of mean proportional of two line segments in geometric method. ii) Construction of a square whose area is equal to a rectangle. iii) Construction of a square with area equal to a triangle. 
22  Pythagoras Theorem  i) Pythagoras theorem – proof. ii) Converse of Pythagoras theorem – proof. iii) Applications of the above theorem. 
23  Trigonometric Ratios and Trigonometric Identities.  i) Concept of different trigonometric ratios with respect to a rightangled triangle. ii) Concept of relations among different trigonometric ratios. iii) Determination of the values of trigonometric ratios of some standard angles (00, 300, 450, 600, 900 and concept of applications in different problems. iv) Concept of applications of trigonometric ratios in different problems. v) Concept of elimination of an angle (viz. $\theta$ ) from trigonometric ratios. 
24  Trigonometric Ratios of complementary angle  i) Concept of complementary angle. ii) Concept of trigonometric ratios of a complementary angle of an angle and concept of solution of different problems. 
25  Application of Trigonometric Ratios: Heights and Distances  i) Concept of angle of elevation and angle of depression. ii) Concept of solution of real problems by trigonometric method with the help of rightangled triangle, angle of elevation and angle of depression. 
26  Statistics : Mean, Median, Ogive, Mode  i) Concept of measures of central tendency. ii) Concept of average or mean. iii) Concept of three methods for determination of mean (a) direct method, (b) short method (c) standard deviation. iv) Concept of needs of determination of median. v) Concept of the formula required to determine median and concept of solution of different real problems. vi) Concept of cumulative frequency curved line or ogive. vii) Concept of determination of median from ogive. viii) Necessity for determination of mode. ix) Concept of determination of formula for mode and concept of solution of different real problems. x) Concept of relations among mean, median and mode. 
Lessons included in the first two summative evaluations are to be included in the third summative evaluation. 
The syllabus for West Bengal Board Class 10 Physical Science and Environment are as follows:
Sl no  Chapter Name 

Summative – I (40 Marks) (Time : April) and Formative (10 Marks)  
1  Concerns about Our Environment 
2  Behaviour of Gases 
3  Light 
4  Periodic Table and Periodicity of the Properties of Elements 
5  Ionic and Covalent Bonding 
Summative – II (40 Marks) (Time : August) and Formative (10 Marks)  
6  Chemical Calculations 
7  Thermal Phenomena 
8  Current Electricity 
9  Electricity and Chemical Reactions 
10  Inorganic Chemistry in the Laboratory and in Industry 
11  Metallurgy 
Summative – III (90 Marks) (Time : December) and Formative (10 Marks)  
12  Organic Chemistry 
13  Organic Chemistry 
Lessons included in the first two summative evaluations are to be included in the third summative evaluation. 
The syllabus for West Bengal Board Class 10 Life Science and Environment are as follows:
Sl No.  Chapter Name 

Summative – I (40 Marks) (Time: April) and Formative (10 Marks)  
1  Control and Coordination in living organisms 
2  Continuity of life: a) Cell division and Cell Cycle 
Summative – II (40 Marks) (Time : August) and Formative (10 Marks)  
2  Continuity of Life b) Reproduction c) Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants d) Growth and Development 
3  Heredity and Some Common Genetic Diseases 
4  Evolution and Adaptation 
Summative – III (90 Marks) (Time: December) and Formative (10 Marks)  
5  Environment, its Resources and Their Conservation 
Lessons included in the first two summative evaluations are to be included in the third summative evaluation. 
The syllabus for West Bengal Board Class 10 History and Environment are as follows:
Sl No.  Chapter Name 

Summative – I (40 Marks) (Time: April) and Formative (10 Marks)  
1  Chapter1: Ideas of History 
2  Chapter2: Reform: Characteristics and Observations 
3  Chapter3: Resistance and Rebellion: Characteristics and Analyses 
Summative – II (40 Marks) (Time: August) and Formative (10 Marks)  
4  Chapter4: Early stages of Collective Action: Characteristics and Analyses 
5  Chapter5: Alternative Ideas and Initiatives (From mid19th Century to the Early 20th Century): Characteristics and Observations 
6  Chapter6: Peasant, Working Class and Left Movements in 20th Century India: Characteristics and Observations 
Summative – III (90 Marks) (Time: December) and Formative (10 Marks)  
7  Chapter7: Movements organized by Women, Students and Marginal People in 20th Century India: Characteristics and Analyses 
8  Chapter8: PostColonial India: Second half of the 20th Century (19471964) 
Lessons included in the first two summative evaluations are to be included in the third summative evaluation. 
The syllabus for West Bengal Board Class 10 Geography and Environemtn are as follows:
Sl No.  Chapter Name 

Summative – I (40 Marks) (Time: April) and Formative (10 Marks)  
1  Theme1: Exogenetic processes and resultant landforms 
2  Theme5: India – Introduction, Physical environment 
Summative – II (40 Marks) (Time: August) and Formative (10 Marks)  
3  Theme2: Atmosphere 
4  Theme3: Hydrosphere 
5  Theme5: India – Economic environment 
Summative – III (90 Marks) (Time: December) and Formative (10 Marks)  
6  Theme4: Waste management 
7  Theme6: Satellite imagery and Topographical map 
8  Map (India) 
Lessons included in the first two summative evaluations are to be included in the third summative evaluation. 
The syllabus for West Bengal Board Class 10 Bengali are as follows:
Sl No.  Chapter Name 

Summative – I (40 Marks) (Time: April) and Formative (10 Marks)  
1  আয় আরো বেঁধে বেঁধে থাকি, জ্ঞানচক্ষু, আফ্রিকা, হারিয়ে যাওয়া কালিকলম, অসুখী একজন 
2  কারক ও অকারক সম্পর্ক এবং অনুবাদ 
3  কোনি ১৩৯ পাতা 
Summative – II (40 Marks) (Time: August) and Formative (10 Marks)  
4  বহুরূপী, অভিষেক, সিরাজদ্দৌলা, প্রলয়োল্লাস, পরের দাবী 
5  সমাস এবং প্রতিরেদন 
6  কোনি ৩২৫० পাতা 
Summative – III (90 Marks) (Time: December) and Formative (10 Marks)  
7  সিন্ধুতীরে, অদল বদল, অস্ত্রের বিরুদ্ধ গান, বাংলা ভাষায় বিজ্ঞান, নদীর বিদ্রোহ এবং প্রথম ও দ্বিতীয় পর্যায়ক্রমিকের সমস্ত রচনা। 
8  বাক্য, বাচ্য, সংলাপ রচনা, প্রবন্ধ রচনা এবং প্রথম ও দ্বিতীয় পর্যায়ক্রমিকের ব্যাকরণ ও নির্মিতির সমস্ত অধ্যায় 
কোনি সম্পূর্ণ বই  
Lessons included in the first two summative evaluations are to be included in the third summative evaluation. 
Please refer to the document containing the syllabus for chapterwise mark/weightage of different subjects. Click Here.
As per guidelines of WBBSE, every student is normally given a project to work for the 3rd formative evaluation. The project has 10 marks. Students are evaluated on the basis of this project. Also, the marks scored in this project is considered as the 10 marks formative assessment in the final West Bengal 10th board exam 2022.
The revised evaluation pattern makes sure that students must go through the syllabus of the respective summative period thoroughly.
Here are a few tips:
Details of the evaluation criteria for West Bengal Board Class 10 exam are given in the “Exam Summary” subgroup under “About Class 10 West Bengal Board Exam” above. To a Class 10 grade student, the evaluation process of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education may look complicated. If a student does not understand it well, he/she should consult with his/her class teacher at the beginning of the year and ask the following questions:
Class 10 grade WBBSE previous years question papers for 2020, 2019, 2018 and 2017 are available in the WBBSE official website link. Click Here.
The pass marks for each subject is 25% of the gross total marks. A student will be considered to have failed in the class 10 West Bengal Board examination if he/she scores less than 25% in three or more subjects.
In this article, we have provided all the details about the toppers for the students in West Bengal Board Class 10. Here are the names of the West Bengal Madhyamik 2022 toppers:
Sl no  Rank  Name  Total Marks 

1  1  Arnab Ghorai  693 
2  2  Koushiki Sarkar  692 
3  3  Ananya Dasgupta  691 
4  3  Devshikha Pradhan  691 
5  4  Abhishek Dutta  690 
West Bengal Board of Secondary Education Class 10 Examination (Madhyamik Pariksha) 2021 Topper’s List
The board suspended the Class 10 West Bengal board exam because of the COVID19 situation. The board evaluated the students based on the recommendations made by the respective schools on the basis of internal summative and formative assessments. Therefore, the board has not released any topper’s list for the year 2021.
West Bengal Board of Secondary Education Class 10 Examination (Madhyamik Pariksha) 2020 Topper’s List
Sl no  Rank  Name  Total Marks 

1  1  Arithra Pal  694 
2  2  Sayantan Garai  693 
3  3  Debosmita Mahapatra  690 
4  3  Aritra Maity  690 
5  4  Agniva Saha  689 
6  5  Ankit Sarkar  688 
7  5  Rashmita Sinha Mahapatra  688 
8  5  Bibha Basu Mondal  688 
9  6  Rinkini Ghatak  687 
10  6  Samrit singh  687 
11  6  Atrishman Saha  687 
12  6  Rajibul islam  687 
13  6  Sourav Biswas,  687 
14  6  Srijan Saha,  687 
15  6  Soham Das  687 
16  6  Prince Kumar Singh  687 
17  6  Arijit Praharaj  687 
18  6  Saptarshi Jana  687 
19  6  Osmi Choudhury  687 
West Bengal Board of Secondary Education Class 10 Examination (Madhyamik Pariksha) 2019 Topper’s List
Sl no  Rank  Name  Total Marks 

1  1  Sougata Das  694 
2  2  Shreyasi Pal  691 
3  2  Debasmita Saha  691 
4  3  Camelia Rai  689 
5  3  Bratin Mandal  689 
6  4  Aritra Saha  687 
7  5  Sukalpa De  686 
8  5  Rumana Sultana  686 
9  6  Souhan De from Goghat High School  685 
10  6  Sraboni Chhattopadhya  685 
11  6  Sahitika Ghosh  685 
12  6  Suparna Sahoo  685 
13  6  Ankan Chakraborty  685 
14  7  Gayatri Modak  684 
15  7  Anik Chakraborty  684 
16  7  Saptarshi Dutt  684 
17  8  Ayontika Majhi  683 
18  8  Pushkar Ghosh  683 
19  8  Semanti Chakraborty  683 
20  8  Sudipta Dhaval  683 
21  8  Sayantana Dutt  683 
22  8  Prithwish Karmakar  683 
23  8  Debolina Das  683 
24  8  Shahnawaz Alam  683 
25  8  Sayantan Basak  683 
26  8  Arkaprava Sahana  683 
27  8  Kaushik Shantara  683 
28  9  Abhinandan Jana  682 
29  9  Aukik Majhi  682 
30  9  Anushka Mandal  682 
31  9  Arunima Tripathi  682 
32  9  Jayesh Rai  682 
33  9  Pratyusha Karan  682 
34  9  Sougata Pandya  682 
35  9  Subhadip Kundu  682 
36  10  Aritra Mahara  681 
37  10  Avantika Kundu  681 
38  10  Pratyusha Majumdar  681 
39  10  Reema Choudhary  681 
40  10  Saheli Roy  681 
41  10  Debmala Saha  681 
42  10  Sakshi Kunj  681 
43  10  Sanchali Chakraborty  681 
44  10  Sayontika Das  681 
45  10  Shodhyo Hajra  681 
46  10  Soham Das  681 
47  10  Sayontika Rai  681 
48  10  Soumyadeep Dutt  681 
49  10  Subhodip Majhi  681 
50  10  Soumyadeep Ghosh  681 
West Bengal Board of Secondary Education Class 10 Examination (Madhyamik Pariksha) 2018 Topper’s List
Sl no  Rank  Name  Total Marks 

1  1  Sanjibani Debnath  689 
2  2  Sirshendu Saha  688 
3  3  Mayurakshi Saha  687 
4  3  Nilabja Das  687 
5  3  Mrinmoy Mondal  687 
6  4  Deep Gayan  686 
7  5  Srija Patra  – 
Class 10 grade students are in the seniormost class of the secondary education system in West Bengal Board. They are at the brink of choosing a direction for their career as they will have to choose if they will study science or arts or commerce in 11th standard. They have to take this important decision after passing the Class 10 final exam. Hence, for students of the West Bengal Board Exam, scoring high marks in Class 10 is of immense importance as far as their career direction is concerned. They need good marks to obtain the stream of their choice of study in institutes of their liking.
Also, Class 10 students are in such an age group where they undergo both mental and physical growth. Studies are necessary, but at the same time, they need to devote some time to sports and to learn other practical skills that would help them in their day to day lives. They need to maintain a balance between their studies, sports and all other activities. Parents must not have unreal expectations and emphasise unnecessarily on the studies as they need to remember about the tough competition that every student is facing at this stage and the much bigger competitions await them. They must not neglect the development of their kids in other dimensions of life. Sometimes this becomes harmful. Hence, parents must be aware of all the disturbing factors in their kid’s life and help them prepare well, not just for exams but for life itself.
Parents need to understand this. Because of the tough competition that every student is facing at this stage and more competition is ahead of them in their coming days, parents also sometimes have more expectations and put unnecessarily emphasis on the studies and neglect the development of their kids in other dimensions of life. Sometimes this becomes harmful. Hence, along with the students, parents have to have to control their expectations, have to be aware of all the disturbing factors and control their kids in a balanced way and help them prepare well.
According to the latest circular number DS(E),/192/12 issued by the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education, candidates will only be eligible for the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education Madhyamik Pariksha if they are above 14 years 4 months in age. If any candidate fails to fulfil the minimum age criteria by a few months, they can submit a medical certificate to the board which is obtained from a recognized body to appear in the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education Madhyamik Pariksha.
All candidates must initially sit for a selection test (popularly known as the “test examination”) to appear for the final West Bengal Board of Secondary Education Madhyamik Pariksha. Without appearing for the selection test and passing it, no candidate is allowed to sit for the final Madhyamik Pariksha Exam. The selection test was mandatory before this academic year but for the 2022 exam, the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education has decided to cancel the selection test. Hence, there will be no selection test and all the candidates can directly appear for the Madhyamik Pariksha 2022.
All candidates who want to sit for a selection test (popularly known as the “test examination”) to appear for the final West Bengal Board of Secondary Education Madhyamik Pariksha. Without appearing for the selection test and passing it, no candidate is allowed to sit for the final Madhyamik Pariksha Exam. All the candidates were allowed to directly appear for the Madhyamik Pariksha 2022.
The 10th result 2022 West Bengal Board have been declared on June 03, 2022, on the board’s official website.
Q1. What is the popular name of the class 10 West Bengal board exam?
A1. The Class 10 West Bengal board exam is popularly known as Secondary Examination in English and Madhyamik Pariksha in Bengali.
Q2. Apart from Bengali and English, which other languages are the textbooks available in?
A2. Apart from Bengali and English, textbooks are also available in Santhali (Tribal language), Nepali and Urdu to cater to the linguistic needs of the students.
Q3. When will the West Bengal Board 10th result be declared?
A3. The WBBSE results were released on June 3, 2022.
Q4. How do I apply for revaluation or rechecking of WB 10th result 2022?
A4. Rechecking or re evaluation of Class 10 WBBSE results is allowed. Students who would want to recheck their 2022 result can apply on board the official website by paying a rechecking fee. The West Bengal Board will launch an official notification for this soon.
Q5. Will I be able to recheck twice, the marks awarded to me after review once?
A5. No, the marks allotted after reevaluation shall be the ultimate ones. These would not change under any circumstances.
It is very crucial for students to select the best school for themselves to have a bright future ahead. Parents must sit with their children and decide what school to enroll them as it is a big step towards their career. To help students and their parents in this process, we have listed some of the best school in West Bengal in this article.
There are more than 12000 schools under the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education. Some of the schools among them are listed below.
Sl No.  Name of the School  Private / Government  Location 

1  Asansol Arunoday High School  Private  Asansol 
2  Domohani Kelejora High School  Private  Asansol 
3  Loreto Convent, Asansol  Private  Asansol 
4  St. Patrick’s Higher Secondary School  Private  Asanol 
5  St. Vincent’s High and Technical School  Private  Asanol 
6  Dr. Graham’s Homes, Kalimpong  Private  Darjeeling 
7  Gandhi Ashram School  Private  Darjeeling 
8  Goethals Memorial School, Kurseong  Private  Darjeeling 
9  Loreto Convent  Private  Darjeeling 
10  Mount Carmel School, Darjeeling  Private  Darjeeling 
11  Mount Hermon School  Private  Darjeeling 
12  Rockvale Academy  Private  Darjeeling 
13  St. Augustine’s School  Private  Darjeeling 
14  St. George’s Higher Secondary School  Private  Darjeeling 
15  St. Joseph’s School, Darjeeling  Private  Darjeeling 
16  St. Paul’s School, Darjeeling  Private  Darjeeling 
17  St. Roberts School, Darjeeling  Private  Darjeeling 
18  Aditya Academy (Senior Secondary)  Private  Barasat 
19  Amrai High School  Private  Durgapur 
20  Andal Mahabir High School  Private  Andal 
Parent counselling mostly focuses on encouraging positive behaviour, managing undesired behaviour, and understanding their children’s emotional needs. Parent counselling assists parents in coping with a variety of issues that affect their children by providing appropriate guidance, resources, and expertise. Parents should be more aware of the potential employment choices for their children in the near future.
Especially for the grade 10 West Bengal Board of Secondary Examination, students will normally become tense because:
As such, there are many examinations in India conducted both at the central and state levels, which may be considered similar to this exam.
The exams listed below are considered similar to Class 10 West Bengal Board Exam:
Sl No.  Name of Exam 

1  Class 10 CBSE Exam, term1, November 2021 
2  Class 10 CBSE Exam, term2, March, 2022 
3  Class 10 ICSE Exam 
4  National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) Class 10 Exam 
5  The Board of Secondary Education, Assam, Class 10 Exam (Assam HSLC) 
6  Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) Class 10 Exam 
7  Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) Class 10 Exam 
8  Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education Class 10 Exam 
9  Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education, Raipur 
10  Goa Board of Secondary \& Higher Secondary Education, Goa 
11  Gujarat Secondary \& Higher Secondary Education Board, Gandhi Nagar 
12  Haryana Board of Education, Hansi Road, Bhiwani 
13  Haryana Open School, Bhiwani 
14  Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education, Dharamshala 
15  J&K State Board of School Education, Jammu 
16  J&K State Open School, Srinagar 
17  Jharkhand Academic Council, Ranchi 
18  Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board, Bangalore 
19  Karnataka Open School, J.S.S. Maha Vidya Peeth, Mysore 
20  Kerala Board of Public Examinations, Pareeksha Bhawan, Thiruvananthapuram 
21  Kerala State Open School, Thiruvananthapuram 
22  Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education, Bhopal 
23  M.P. State Open School, Bhopal 
24  Manipur Board of Secondary Education, Imphal 
25  Mizoram Board of School Education Challan, Aizawl 
26  Nagaland Board of School Education, Kohima 
27  Orissa Board of Secondary Education, Cuttack 
28  Punjab School Education Board, Mohali 
29  Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education, Ajmer 
30  Rajasthan State Open School, Jaipur 
31  Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education, Chennai 
32  Tripura Board of Secondary Education, Agartala, Tripura West 
33  U.P. Board of High School \& Intermediate Education, Allahabad 
34  Uttranchal Shiksha Evm Pariksha Parishad, Ram Nagar, Nainital 
35  Rabindra Mukta Vidyalaya (W.B. State Open School) 
36  West Bengal Board of Madarsa Education 
The list of future exams for a Class 10 grade student under the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education are given below:
Sl No.  Exam 

1  11th West Bengal Council Exam 
2  12th West Bengal Council Exam 
3  KVPY SA Exam for admission into IISERs after 12th Board Exam 
Even while studying in the same grade (Class 10), the students can appear for other exams listed below for their own skill improvement, merit certificates and scholarships.
Sl No.  Name of the Exam 

1  International Science Olympiad (ISO) 
2  International Maths Olympiad (IMO) 
3  English International Olympiad (EIO) 
4  English International Olympiad (EIO) 
5  General Knowledge International Olympiad (GKIO) 
6  International Computer Olympiad (ICO) 
7  International Drawing Olympiad (IDO) 
8  National Essay Olympiad (NESO) 
9  National Social Studies Olympiad (NSSO) 
10  NTSE (National Talent Search Examination) 