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  • Last Modified on 18-07-2022
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  • Last Modified on 18-07-2022

West Bengal Board Class 6 Exam

About Exam

The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) is an autonomous organisation run by the state government. The WBBSE’s primary duty is to examine and formulate rules, regulations, and guidelines for secondary school level examinations in West Bengal, India. Secondary education in West Bengal begins in grade 6 and ends with a board exam in grade 10. The different schools administer the West Bengal Board Class 6 to 9 exams in accordance with the board’s standards.

As a result, each school will perform Formative Assessment (FA) and Summative Assessment (SA) for the 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th grades in accordance with the board’s recommendations. As a result, the West Bengal Board Class 6 test is held at the school level for each student in accordance with the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education’s syllabus, guidance, and evaluation system.

 

West Bengal Board Class 6 Exam Summary

For 6th-grade WBBSE-affiliated school exam, students have to take the following subjects:

Sr. No. Subjects
1 First language – (Normally, most of the students choose Bengali as the first language subject, although many other subjects are available)
2 Second language – (Normally, most of the students choose English as the second language subject, although many other subjects are available)
3 Mathematics
4 Science and Environment
5 Geography and Environment
6 History and Environment
7 Health and Physical Education


For each subject, there are Summative Evaluation and Formative Evaluation 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 15 April
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 April
Second Summative Evaluation 25 August
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 August
Third Summative Evaluation 70 November/ December
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 November/ December
Second Language – English First Summative Evaluation 15 April
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 April
Second Summative Evaluation 25 August
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 August
Third Summative Evaluation 70 November / December
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 November / December
Mathematics First Summative Evaluation 15 April
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 April
Second Summative Evaluation 25 August
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 August
Third Summative Evaluation 70 November / December
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 November / December
Science and Environment First Summative Evaluation 15 April
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 April
Second Summative Evaluation 25 August
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 August
Third Summative Evaluation 70 November / December
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 November / December
Geography and Environment First Summative Evaluation 15 April
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 April
Second Summative Evaluation 25 August
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 August
Third Summative Evaluation 70 November / December
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 November / December
History and Environment First Summative Evaluation 15 April
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 April
Second Summative Evaluation 25 August
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 August
Third Summative Evaluation 70 November / December
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 November / December
Health and Physical Environment First Summative Evaluation 15 April
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 April
Second Summative Evaluation 25 August
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 August
Third Summative Evaluation 70 November / December
Internal Formative Evaluation 100 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 15 25 70 110
Second Language – English 15 25 70 110
Mathematics 15 25 70 110
Science and Environment 15 25 70 110
Geography and Environment 15 25 70 110
History and Environment 15 25 70 110
Physical and Art Education 15 25 70 110


Summative Assessment Grading System

Grade Mark Percentage
A+ 90% – 100%
A 80% – 89%
B+ 70% – 79%
B 60% – 69%
C+ 45% – 59%
C 25% – 44%
D Below 25%


The formative evaluation consists 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  


The grading scale for Formative Evaluation is as follows:

Grade Marks
A 75 – 100%
B 50 – 74%
C 25 – 49%
D Below 25%


All the students are generally promoted to the next higher class after passing through the different stages of Summative and Formative assessment throughout the year.

If a student scores below 25% either in Summative Evaluation or in Formative Evaluation or in both of them, then the student is given one month time to improve in all the areas (both Summative and Formative) and evaluated again. This process is repeated again until the student improves sufficiently to score 25% plus and be promoted to the next higher class. 

Hence, the upgrading system to the next higher class 7 is applicable to all the grade 6 students studying under the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.

West Bengal Board Official Website

wbbse.wb.gov.in

West Bengal Board Class 6 Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

The syllabus for all the subjects for grade 6 West Bengal Board of Secondary education is available in the Bengali Language. Moreover, West Bengal Board Class 6 Bengali Book Solution are also available. Check Here.

West Bengal Board Class 6 English Syllabus

The West Bengal Board Class 6 English syllabus is given below:

Textbook: ‘‘Blossoms’

Skill Details
Competency: developing listening and speaking skills – Listening to poems for pleasure and appreciation; listening to stories for comprehension, interpreting various information and developing essential values of life; following instructions for performing activities

– Reciting poems for a joyful experience, developing pronunciation, stress, accent and intonation; participating in role-playing; constructing a story with the help of word/picture cues and telling the story to the class; participating in a conversation discussing with peers about an imaginary situation; narrating a personal experience/event; describing a person/object/experience the learner likes most as mentioned in the story/poem
Competency: developing reading skills – Reading poems of world literature composed by Christina Rossetti, Katherine Pyle, Joseph Campbell, Kate Louise Brown, etc. for comprehension, appreciation and linguistic purposes

– Reading stories of fantasy and imagination of various eminent writers of world literature like Charles Dickens, H.G. Wells, Enid Blyton, Washington Irving etc. for pleasure reading, comprehension and appreciation; reading comic strips (c.g. The Land of The Pharaohs) for enjoyment, comprehension and knowledge construction
Competency: developing writing skills Writing a paragraph describing personal experience, encoding and decoding information (reinforcement); writing a dialogue; writing a Story
Competency: developing functional skills (grammar and vocabulary) – Identifying and using abstract nouns, collective nouns, auxiliary verbs, an appropriate verb in agreement with the subject, functional adverbs, prepositions, linkers (reinforcement) and punctuations (reinforcement) in meaningful sentences; differentiating between countable and uncountable nouns, various types of functions of sentences, common and proper nouns(reinforcement), personal pronouns and possessive pronouns(reinforcement)

– Solving a crossword puzzle with the help of word cues; identifying, matching, substituting and making sentences with synonyms and antonyms, adding prefixes/suffixes for constructing opposite words
Competency: developing critical thinking and creative skills – Observing and identifying different actions and comparing, contrasting and analysing their features, exploring the theme of the story stated by interpreting a given picture

– Making a model of the Earth, pyramid and exploring their features; making puppets and performing a puppet-show; drawing a picture of a particular incident/ character mentioned in the text and discussing with peers analysing their features; making a scrap-book with pictures of important personalities and pointing out their contributions

 

Chapter No Details
First Summative Evaluation: 15 marks (April)
1 Revision Lesson ( approx. 16 periods)
2 Lesson 1: It all began with Drip-Drip ( approx.20 periods)
3 Lesson 2: The Adventurous Clown ( approx.18 periods)
4 Lesson 3: The Rainbow ( approx.10 periods)
Second Summative Evaluation: 25 Marks (August)
5 Lesson 4: The Shop that never Was ( approx.20 periods)
6 Lesson 5: Land of the Pharaohs ( approx.16 periods)
7 Lesson 6: How the little kite learned to Fly ( approx.10 periods)
8 Lesson 7: The Magic Fish Bone ( approx.18 periods)
9 Lesson 8: Goodbye to the Moon (approx. 20 periods)
Third Summative Evaluation: 70 marks (December)
10 Lesson 9: I will go with my Father a-ploughing (approx. 10 periods)
11 Lesson 10: Smart ice-Cream ( approx. 10 periods)
12 Lesson 11: The Blind Boy ( approx. 10 periods)
13 Lesson 12: Rip Van Winkle ( approx. 10 periods)
Lessons 1 – 8 are to be included in the Third Summative Evaluation

West Bengal Board Class 6 Mathematics Syllabus

The West Bengal Board Class 6 Mathematics syllabus is given below: 

Chapter No Chapter Name Details
1 Knowing Our Numbers (i) Introduction
(ii) Comparing Numbers
(iii) Large Numbers in Practice
(iv) Using Brackets
(v) Roman Numerals
2 Whole Numbers (i) Introduction
(ii) Whole Numbers
(iii) The Number Line
(iv) Properties Of Whole Numbers
(v) Patterns in Whole Numbers
3 Playing With Numbers (i) Introduction
(ii) Factors and Multiples
(iii) Prime and Composite Numbers
(iv) Test For Divisibility Of Numbers
(v) Common Factors and Common Multiples
(vi) Some More Divisibility Rules
(vii) Prime Factorisation
(viii) Highest Common Factor
(ix) Lowest Common Multiple
(x) Some Problems with HCF and LCM
4 Basic Geometrical Ideas (i) Introduction
(ii) Points
(iii) A Line Segment
(iv) A line
(v) Intersecting Lines
(vi) Parallel Lines
(vii) Ray
(viii) Curves
(ix) Polygons
(x) Angles
(xi) Triangles
(xii) Quadrilaterals
(xiii) Circles
5 Understanding Elementary Shapes (i) Introduction
(ii) Measuring Line Segments
(iii) Angles-‘Right’ and ‘Straight’
(iv) Angles- ‘Acute’, ‘Obtuse’ and ‘Reflex’
(v) Measuring Angles
(vi) Perpendicular Lines
(vii) Classification of Triangles
(viii) Quadrilaterals
(ix) Polygons
(x) Three Dimensional Shapes
6 Integers (i) Introduction
(ii) Integers
(iii) Addition of Integers
(iv) Subtraction of Integers with the help of a Number Line
7 Fractions (i) Introduction
(ii) A Fraction
(iii) Fraction on the Number Line
(iv) Proper Fractions
(v) Improper and Mixed Fractions
(vi) Equivalent Fractions
(vii) Simplest Form of a Fraction
(viii) Like Fractions
(ix) Comparing Fractions
(x) Addition and Subtraction of Fractions
8 Decimals (i) Introduction
(ii) Tenths
(iii) Hundredths
(iv) Comparing Decimals
(v) Using Decimals
(vi) Addition of Numbers with Decimals
(vii) Subtraction of Decimals
9 Data Handling (i) Introduction
(ii) Recording Data
(iii) Organisation of Data
(iv) Pictograph
(v) Interpretation of a Pictograph
(vi) Drawing a Pictograph
(vii) A Bar Graph
10 Mensuration (i) Introduction
(ii) Perimeter
(iii) Area
11 Algebra (i) Introduction
(ii) Matchstick Patterns
(iii) The Idea Of A Variable
(iv) More Matchstick Patterns
(v) More Examples of Variables
(vi) Use Of Variables in Common Rules
(vii) Expressions with Variables
(viii) Using Expressions Practically
(ix) What is an Equation?
(x) Solution of an Equation
12 Ratio And Proportion (i) Introduction
(ii) Ratio
(iii) Proportion
(iv) Unitary Method
13 Symmetry (i) Introduction
(ii) Making Symmetric Figures: Inkblot Devils
(iii) Figures With Two Lines of Symmetry
(iv) Figures with Multiple Lines of Symmetry
(v) Reflection and Symmetry
14 Practical Geometry (i) Introduction
(ii) The Circle
(iii) A Line Segment
(iv) Perpendiculars
(v) Angles

West Bengal Board Class 6 Science Syllabus

The West Bengal Board Class 6 Science syllabus is given below:

Chapter No Chapter Name Details
1 Interdependence of organisms and environment Man and other animals depend on plants, Dependence of plants on animals, Nature of the relationship of one Living Organism with another, Dependence of Man on Animals, Microbes we depend upon
2 Phenomena around us Reversible, Irreversible phenomena, Periodic, Nonperiodic phenomena, Desirable, Underiavable Phenomena, Natural, Man-made phenomena, Slow and fast phenomena, Features of physical and Chemical Changes, Changes and Energy, More instance of physical and Chemical Changes
3 Element, Compound and Mixture Metals and non-metals, Pure substance and Mixture, Element and Compound, Symbol, Formula and Valency, Various mixtures, Process of separating components of a mixture
4 Rocks and Minerals Different types of Rock, Minerals and Ore, Alloys, Fossils, Fossil Fuel
5 Measurement The Necessity of Measurement in Our Daily Life and Units of Measurement, Length, Area, Volume, Mass and time, Measurement of plant and Animal Growth
6 Primary Concept of Force and Energy Concept of Rest, Motion and Energy, Concept of Force and its unit, Force without Touch, Concept of Energy, its different forms, Transformation, Source, Concept of Energy flow and energy crisis Frictional force in our Daily Life
7 Statics Dynamics of Fluid (Liquid and Gas) Concept of pressure, Effect of pressure, The concept of Bernoulli’s principle
8 The Human Body Heart, Blood, Lungs, Bones, Bone-joints and muscles, The Growth and Development of Human Body
9 Common Machine Introduction to Machines, Lever, Concept of an inclined plane, Screw, Pulley, Wheel and Axle, Maintenance of Machine
10 Biodiversity and its classification Concept of Species, Classification of Living Organisms
11 Habit and Habitat of some important Animals Behavioural Science and Behavioural Scientists, The habits and behaviour of some animals
12 Waste Producer Waste product: Origin and Nature, Classification of waste products, Reusing waste products

West Bengal Board Class 6 Exam Preparation Tips

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Here are a few exam preparation tips for West Bengal Board Class 6 students:

  • Know the syllabus.
  • Read through the whole of the syllabus more than once and absorb the contents.
  • If you do not understand something, get it clarified by your teacher.
  • Make notes wherever necessary.
  • For mathematics, practice on each problem more than once till you are sure that you can solve all the problems that are given in your textbooks and other similar books of the same class.
  • Prepare answers for all the questions given in the exercises of each chapter and at the end of the book.
  • Apart from the West Bengal Board textbooks, read, prepare and solve wholly or partly another book other than the West Bengal Board books.
  • Take the mock test in 6th grade at Embibe for more practice.

West Bengal Board Class 6 Detailed Study Plan

  • Be systematic and planned
    Students must create a schedule and keep solely those books or articles ahead of them that are mentioned within the schedule. Maintaining a correct and systematic study setup can facilitate them assigning equal importance to all or any of the subjects. The study set-up must be framed per the importance of the topic for 6th West Bengal Board school level exam communication.
  • Know your syllabus
    Before beginning your preparation, it is recommended to investigate all the topics of every subject mentioned within the 6th West Bengal Board school level exam program. Knowing your program can facilitate the scholars to organise themselves consequently, and that they should stick with it. So, map your program from the WBBSE textbooks and prepare every line of it.
  • Focus on all the subjects
    While getting ready for the 6th West Bengal Board school level exam, most of the scholars tend to focus on the subjects like Math, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, etc. and ignore subjects like languages. But on the contrary, it is suggested that they also focus equally on languages because it can help to uplift their overall percentage.
  • Proper revision
    Preparing a correct revision set up per the subjects can facilitate students to revise quickly in later stages. After finishing one chapter, students should revise the chapter once before jumping to a different chapter. It is smart to create notes of vital topics or formulas to assist them to revise better. Practising 6th West Bengal Board school level textbooks help students to revise the whole program while not skipping any vital topic.
  • Solve sample paper or previous year question paper
    Students ought to solve sample papers or previous year question papers to familiarise themselves with the examination pattern, further because of the kinds of questions asked within the examination. We facilitate the scholars’ thought-provoking problems mapped to the level of the actual paper, marks weightage, vital topics, etc., at the side of the study materials. Students ought to apply to the 6th West Bengal Board school level exam sample paper.
  • Follow textbooks recommended by the 6th West Bengal Board
    To score well in the 6th West Bengal Board school level exam, a comprehensive understanding of basic ideas of each topic and thorough reading of WBBSE category six books is essential. Students must start their preparation with the West Bengal Board Class 6 Math book and all other subject books for better preparation because it is taken into account while creating the assessments of the students by the schools and the board. The Class 6 Maths West Bengal board book should be well prepared by the students as it has a vast syllabus like the others.

FAQs on West Bengal Board Class 6

Freaquently Asked Questions

Q.1: Is the 6th West Bengal Board Exam a board-level exam or a school level exam? 
Ans: The West Bengal Board Class 6 is a school level exam conducted by every school affiliated with the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.

Q.2: How many subjects are there in 6th grade under WBBSE?
Ans: There are 7 subjects for 6th grade under WBBSE, namely:
a) First language – (normally) Bengali
b) Second language -(normally) English
c) Mathematics
d) Science and Environment
e) Geography and Environment
f) History and Environment
g) Health and Physical Education

Q.3: Is there any third language for the 6th West Bengal Board Examination?
Ans: No. There is no third language for the Class 6 West Bengal Board Examination.

Q.4: Is there any pass/ fail system for the 6th West Bengal Board Examination?
Ans: There is no pass/ fail system for West Bengal Board Examination from 6th to 8th classes. Students are evaluated through three stages of assessments (combination of summative and formative assessments). Normally all the students are promoted to the next higher class.

Q.5: What is the system followed in WBBSE to promote class 6 students to class 7?
Ans: When a student has scored less than 25% marks either in Summative Evaluation or in Formative Evaluation or in both of them, then the student is given one month time to improve in all the areas (both Summative and Formative) and evaluated again. This process is repeated again until the student improves sufficiently to score 25% plus and be promoted to the next higher class. Hence, the upgrading system to the next higher class 7 is applicable to all the grade 6 students under the WBBSE.

West Bengal Board Class 6 List of Educational Institutes

About Exam

There are more than 3000 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 Asansol
5 St. Vincent’s High and Technical School Private Asansol
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

 

Sl no Name of the School Private/ Government Location
21 Andhra Association School Private South Kolkata
22 Apeejay School Kolkata Private Kolkata
23 Arambagh Girls High School Private Arambagh
24 Auxilium Convent School Private Kolkata
25 B. T. Road Government Sponsored H. S. School Government Kolkata
26 Bahadurpur High School Private Murshidabad
27 Ballygunge Government High School Government Kolkata
28 Balutungi High School Private Uttar-Dinajpur
29 Bamanhat High School Government Bandel
30 Bandel Vidyamandir High School Private Bankura
31 Bankura Zilla School Private Hooghly
32 Bansberia Ganges High School Private Kolkata
33 Baranagore Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama High School Private Kolkata
34 Barasat Mahatma Gandhi Memorial High School Private Barasat
35 Barasat Peary Charan Sarkar Government High School Government Barasat
36 Barrackpore Government High School Government Barrackpore
37 Baruipur High School Private Baruipur
38 Bhogpur K. M. High School Private Bhogpur
39 Bidhannagar Municipal School Government Bidhannagar
40 La Martiniere Calcutta Private Calcutta

 

Sl no Name of the School Private/ Government Location
41 Birla High School Private Kolkata
42 Loreto Schools, Kolkata Private Kolkata
43 Bongaon High School Private Bongaon
44 Burdwan C.M.S High School Private Burdwan
45 Burdwan Municipal Girls’ High School Government Burdwan
46 Burdwan Municipal High School Government Burdwan
47 Calcutta Boys’ School Private Calcutta
48 Domohani Kelejora High School Government Domohani Bazar
49 Don Bosco School, Bandel Private Bandel
50 Don Bosco School, Park Circus Private Park Circus
51 Dreamland School, Makhla Private Uttarpara
52 The Frank Anthony Public School, Kolkata Private Kolkata
53 Gangarampur Girls’ High School Private Ujjain
54 Kalyani University Experimental High School Private Nadia
55 Krishnagar Collegiate School Private Nadia
56 Krishnanagar Academy Private Nadia
57 Krishnagar Debnath High School Private Nadia
58 Siddheswaritala Institution Private Nadia
59 Santipur Muslim High School Private Nadia
60 Shyama Prasad Shikshayatan High School Private Nadia

 

Sl no Name of the School Private/ Government Location
61 Nabadwip Bakultala High School Private Nadia
62 Nagarukhra High School Private Nadia
63 Nagarukhra Kshetra-Mohan Girls’ High School Private Nadia
64 Ramakrishna Mission Multipurpose School, Kamarpukur Private Hooghly
65 Ramesh Chandra Girl’s High School, Serampore Private Hooghly
66 Rishra Brahmananda Keshab Chandra High School Private Hooghly
67 Rishra High School Private Hooghly
68 Hooghly Branch Government School Government Hooghly
69 Hooghly Collegiate School Private Hooghly
70 Hooghly GourHari Harijan Vidya Mandir Private Hooghly
71 Hooghly Madrasah Private Hooghly
72 Serampore Girls High School (Akna Girl’s High School) Private Hooghly
73 Serampore Union Institution Private Hooghly
74 Sheoraphuli Surendra Nath Vidyaniketan Government Hooghly
75 Sri Aurobindo Vidyamandir, Chandannagar Private Hooghly
76 St Joseph’s Convent, Chandannagar Private Hooghly
77 Adhyapak Jyotish Chandra Ghosh Balika Vidyalaya Government Hooghly
78 Arambagh Girls’ High School Government Hooghly
79 Arambagh High School Private Hooghly
80 Contai Town Rakhal Chandra Vidyapith Private Purba Medinipur

 

Sl no Name of the School Private/ Government Location
81 Contai Chandramoni Brahmo Girls’ School Private Purba Medinipur
82 Contai High School Private Purba Medinipur
83 Contai Hindu Girls’ School Private Purba Medinipur
84 Contai KshetraMohan Bidyabhaban Private Purba Medinipur
85 Contai Model Institution Private Purba Medinipur
86 Kalagechia Jagadish Vidyapith Government Purba Medinipur
87 Kalikapur High School Private Purba Medinipur
88 Kishorenagar Sachindra Siksha Sadan Government Purba Medinipur
89 Kola Union High School Private Purba Medinipur
90 Kola Union Jogendra Girls High School Private Purba Medinipur
91 Kolaghat Thermal Power Plant High School Private Purba Medinipur
92 Tamluk Hamilton High School Private Purba Medinipur
93 Tamluk High School Private Purba Medinipur
94 Tikashi Uttar Kalamdan Basuli Vidyayatan Private Purba Medinipur
95 Sudhir Memorial Institute Tamluk Private Purba Medinipur
96 ShyamSundarpur Patna High School Private Purba Medinipur
97 Saktigarh Vidyapith Private Jalpaiguri
98 Salbari High School (XII) Private Jalpaiguri
99 Shri Hanuman Mandir Dharamshala School Private Jalpaiguri


Best Govt Schools

There are many government schools under the West Bengal Board of Secondary education. Some of the good government schools are mentioned below.

Sl no Name of the School Private/ Government Location
1 B. T. Road Government Sponsored H. S. School Government Kolkata
2 Ballygunge Government High School Government Kolkata
3 Bamanhat High School Government Bandel
4 Barasat Peary Charan Sarkar Government High School Government Barasat
5 Barrackpore Government High School Government Barrackpore
6 Bidhannagar Municipal School Government Bidhannagar
7 Burdwan Municipal Girls’ High School Government Burdwan
8 Burdwan Municipal High School Government Burdwan
9 Domohani Kelejora High School Government Domohani Bazar
10 Hooghly Branch Government School Government Hooghly
11 Sheoraphuli Surendra Nath Vidyaniketan Government Hooghly
12 Adhyapak Jyotish Chandra Ghosh Balika Vidyalaya Government Hooghly
13 Arambagh Girls’ High School Government Hooghly
14 Kalagechia Jagadish Vidyapith Government Purba Medinipur
15 Kishorenagar Sachindra Siksha Sadan Government Purba Medinipur

 

Best Private Schools

There are many private schools under the West Bengal Board of Secondary education. The following schools may be considered the best among them:

Sl no Name of the School Private/ Government Location
1 Apeejay School Kolkata Private Kolkata
2 La Martiniere Calcutta Private Calcutta
3 Loreto Convent, Asansol Private Asansol
4 Birla High School Private Kolkata
5 Loreto Schools, Kolkata Private Kolkata
6 Calcutta Boys’ School Private Calcutta
7 Don Bosco School, Park Circus Private Park Circus
8 Krishnagar Collegiate School Private Nadia
9 Loreto Convent Private Darjeeling
10 Mount Carmel School, Darjeeling Private Darjeeling
11 South Point School Private Kolkata
12 Hindu School Private Kolkata
13 Hare School Private Kolkata
14 Bagbazar Multipurpose Girls’ School, Baghbazar Street Private Kolkata
15 Hartley Higher Secondary School, Sarat Bose Road Private Kolkata
16 St. Paul’s School, Darjeeling Private Darjeeling
17 Madhyamgram High School, Madhyamgram Private Kolkata
18 St Lawrence High School, Ballygunge Circular Road Private Kolkata
19 St. Xavier’S Collegiate School, Kolkata Private Kolkata
20 The Scottish Church Collegiate School, Goa Bagan Private Kolkata

West Bengal Board Class 6 List of Future Exams

Similar

The list of future exams for West Bengal Board Class 6 students are given below:

Sl no Exam
1 7th West Bengal Board Exam
2 8th West Bengal Board Exam
3 9th West Bengal Board Exam
4 10th West Bengal Board Exam
5 11th West Bengal Council Exam
6 12th West Bengal Council Exam


Even while studying in the same grade (6th), the students can sit for the exams listed below for their own skill improvement, merit certificates and awards.

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)

West Bengal Board Class 6 - Career Prospects/Which Stream to Choose

Prediction

The 6th West Bengal board is the beginning of the foundation course in the secondary education system. After choosing the subjects for their career path, there is a wide scope for students. Also, all the subjects are compulsory. From 6th till 10th the students have to learn all the subjects and make their foundation as strong as possible. Their choice of the stream (Science/Commerce/Arts) will come after the 10th Exam at the time of admission into 11th grade. 

Adaptive Practice with Solutions To Help You Ace Important Topics for 6th WB Board