The results of class 10th West Bengal (WBBSE) & West Bengal (WBBSE) 10th Results 2015 is expected to be  declared today May 22 by 10 am. The candidates will be able to check the results of the WB Class X Madhyamik Pariksha (MP)  name and roll number wise. The students who appeared for the exam and will be checking the results are required to remain calm and patient as the servers might be slow. The West Bengal  Board is considered to have the toughest evaluation process. The West Bengal (WBBSE) 10th Results 2015  exam had commenced in March 2015. (READ: & West Bengal (WBBSE) 10th Results 2015: WB Class X Madhyamik Pariksha (MP) Exam Results to be declared on May 22) and How to check WB Class X Madhyamik Pariksha (MP) Exam Results Online) Also Read - UPSC Recruitment 2021: Applications Invited for Various Posts, Here's How You Can Apply

In 2014, The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) had declared the results of Madhyamik Class 10 on May 22, 2014 at around 10 am.  The students who are checking the results on &  should know that the results displayed on the website can not be used as final results and they need to collect the original mark sheet. In case the candidates of class 10th West Bengal (WBBSE) are not satisfied with their marks  they can send their paper for review. The student of Class 10 Madhyamik Board are required to know that they need to get at least 35 marks in each subject. Also Read - Beyond The Call Of Duty: Police Station in Aurangabad Holds English Classes For Slum Children

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To cater to the ever increasing demand, the Board time  has restructured the syllabi with the help of independent panel of experts amnd has also introduced new additional subjects to cope with the  demand of modern times . Subjects like Information Technology Computer Application and  Hardware Management are being offered as additional subjects in the schools.

West Bengal schools are run by the state government or by private organisations, including religious institutions. Instruction is mainly in English or Bengali, though Urdu is also used, especially in Central Kolkata. The secondary schools are affiliated with the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE), the National Institute of Open School (NIOS) or the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.