West Bengal Class 10 Students Khela Hobe – The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education came to realize that numerous understudies had composed ‘khela hobe’. It was a well known political motto during the gathering races. Board tests were led here the month before. This came to the front during duplicate checking.
Numerous understudies who showed up in the tenth board assessment in West Bengal composed the renowned trademark of legislative issues in their duplicate. The organization has coordinated to make a move against these up-and-comers so understudies don’t do such demonstrations during the twelfth assessment.
The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) which puts together the Uchcha Madhyamik assessment, famously known as Higher Secondary (HS) test, for class 12, said it will make a reformatory move in the event that any up-and-comer composes political messages or drawings on the response papers.
“Inspectors have been told not to assess such response papers. Punitive move will be made (against the people who will compose such matters). A powerful board of trustees shaped by the Council will settle on the quantum of discipline,” WBCHSE President Chiranjib Bhattacharya told news organization PTI on Wednesday.
Composing political mottos, crusades or questionable issues that disregard the standards and rules of the WBCHSE will welcome severe activity, Mr Bhattacharya said. The HS tests started on April 2 and will go on till April 27.
When reached by PTI, educationist Nrisingaprasad Bhaduri invited the choice.
No decision party ought to politicize the instruction area and impact susceptible personalities, said Mr Bhaduri, likewise a prominent Indologist.
West Bengal Board of Secondary Education President Dr Kalyanmoy Ganguly couldn’t be gone after his remarks notwithstanding a few endeavors.