The West Bengal Council of Rabindra Open Schooling is recognized by the Government of West Bengal as well as the Government of India, the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), other Boards etc and it is a member of the Council of Boards of School Education in India (COBSE). WBCROS has declared that Rabindra Mukta Vidyalaya Madhyamik Admission 2018 will take place on the provided dates. There are two major parts of admission. The first admission process will be held in June session and the second will be in December session. The candidates who are eligible for it and are willing to apply can check the details like eligibility criteria, exam pattern, selection process, exam fee etc. from this page.
Rabindra Mukta Vidyalaya Madhyamik Admission 2018
Rabindra Mukta Vidyalaya Madhyamik Admission 2018 will take place in two categories. The first is for June and the second is fro December. The candidates can get the detailed information related to Madhyamik Admission 2018 from the table below.
FOR JUNE, 2018 MADHYAMIK EXAMINATION (PROPOSED)
|Availability of Enrollment Form||27 Mar 2018|
|Last date for Students to submit enrollment||24 Apr 2018|
|The last date for Study Centres||02 May 2018|
|Date of Admission||24 Apr to 26 Jun 2018|
|Last date for submission of relevant documents||06 Jul 2018|
FOR December 2018 MADHYAMIK EXAMINATION (PROPOSED)
|Date of Enrolment from Computer||05 Oct 2018|
|Last date for Students to submit enrolment||27 Oct 2018|
|The last date for Study Centres||06 Nov 2018|
|Date of Admission||24 Oct to 26 Dec 2018|
|Last date for submission of relevant documents||04 Jan 2019|
The candidates can get the detailed information from the official website: www.twbcros.org
The eligibility criteria for Rabindra Mukta Vidyalaya Madhyamik Admission 2018 can be seen from the points given below.
- The candidate who appeared in the Madhyamik Examination but has not passed in the Examination beyond a period of five years from the date of the last examination, then he/she will take admission at the Madhyamik level in WBCROS.
- The candidate who appeared in the Madhyamik Examination but has not passed in all the subjects shall be entitled to benefit of credit transfer in respect of some subjects. The facility of Credit transfer will be allowed to a learner for a period of five years from the date of the last examination.
- Minimum age of admission in the Madhyamik Course is 14 years. There is no upper age limit.
- Fees: Price of Prospectus -Rs.25/-
- Admission Fee: For General Male Candidate the admission fee is Rs. 150/-
- In case of Female, SC, ST and Physically challenged candidates no admission fee is required.
- Subject Fee: For Bengali the subject fee is Rs. 200/-
- Other Subject Fee: For Each subject the fee is Rs. 100/-
Note: Subject fee is applicable for all categories
- Credit Fee: Credit Fee will be Rs. 100 for Bengali and Rs. 50 for others for each subject.
- Madhyamik(Secondary) admissions are held twice a year. A learner can be admitted in the Madhyamik level course of study in a Study Centre of WBCROS in June or in December of each year.
- The learner will be permitted to seat for the examination one year after the completion of the registration.
- A learner need not appear in all his/her subjects at a time and can avail himself/herself of a maximum of nine chances at an interval of six months with five years to complete the course.
- If a candidate appeared in the Madhyamik Examination but has not passed in all the subjects and he/she takes re-admission at the Council and applies for transfer of credit for those subjects then that candidate should be entitled for benefit of credit transfer in respect of some subjects, in which they were declared qualified in those subjects, by securing 34% or above marks.
- The credit transfer at the Madhyamik level in respect of students, who appeared at the Secondary Examinations of West Bengal Board of Secondary Education, West Bengal Board of Madrasah Education, Tripura Board of Secondary Education, National Institute of Open Schooling and other State Open Schools, may be permitted for a maximum of four subjects.
- The candidates who appeared at the Secondary Examinations conducted by recognized Boards in other States, as well as those operating at national level, may be permitted for a maximum of three subjects.
The candidates should have the documents listed below at the time of admission.
- Documentary evidence of age proof.
- Two recent Stamp Size Photograph (size-3.5 cm X 2.5cm).
- Voter identity card.
- Original failed Madhyamik Marksheet ( only for Credit transfer learner).
- Original Migration Certificate (for other than West Bengal State Boards & Councils).
Other Documents (If Required)
- Certificate of S.C. /S.T. candidates.
- Certificate of physically challenged.
- All photocopies of all relevant documents should be duly attested by any gazette Officer/H.M. of a recognized Higher Secondary School/Principal of a College.
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