WBCHSE Uccha Madhyamik admit card 2020 released, check details here

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Anum Ansari
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New Delhi, Updated on Mar 3, 2020 13:14 IST

The WBCHSE Uccha Madhyamik Examination/ class 12 examination will begin from March 12 till March 27.

The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) has released the admit cards of Uccha Madhyamik / class 12 examinations today, i.e. March 3, 2020. Students appearing for West Bengal Board class 12 examination can collect their WBCHSE Uccha Madhyamik admit card 2020 from the Board’s office or respective schools. The Board has issued the hall tickets for WB 12th Board. School heads can now contact the respective Board's office to collect the WBCHSE admit cards 2020 of the students who have registered for the examination. Students must note that admit cards are mandatory to appear in the examination. Students not carrying admit card will not be allowed to sit for the WBCHSE examination. The official notification regarding the release of the admit cards is available on the official website of the Board i.e. wbchse.nic.in.

WBCHSE admit card 2020: How to make corrections

Students are advised to validate the details mentioned on the admit card carefully. In case of any errors or mistakes, students are advised to contact the Board’s office at the earliest.

WBCHSE Admit Card 2020 for Uccha Madhyamik exam: Important details to check

Students are advised to check the information mentioned on their WBCHSE hall ticket correctly. Students must check the details listed below thoroughly while collecting their admit cards.

  • Name of the Student
  • Candidate's roll number 
  • Registration Number of Student
  • Name of the Examination
  • Board Name
  • Specified Class
  • Examination schedule
  • Examination centre details 
  • Examination Timings
  • Time of reporting
  • Important Instructions

The WBCHSE Uccha Madhyamik Examination/ class 12 examination will begin from March 12 till March 27, 2020. Only one paper will be conducted each day. The duration of the examination will be from 10 am to 1:15 pm. Students will be provided 15 minutes to read the question paper. Students are advised to reach the examination centre 30 minutes before the examination to avoid any inconvenience or hassle.  

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