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HBSE Date Sheet 2024: Haryana Class 10th and 12th Board Exams Go Biannual – What You Need to Know

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In a significant shift, the Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE) is adopting a new approach to board examinations for Class 10th and 12th students in 2024. The move is aligned with the New Curriculum Framework (NCF) introduced by the Ministry of Education in August. According to this framework, board exams will be conducted twice a year to provide students with more opportunities to excel and the choice to retain their best scores. This initiative aims to reduce the dropout rate and enhance student performance.

The HBSE will implement this change by holding two sets of board examinations for Haryana’s Class 10th and 12th students, making these exams a biannual affair. Essentially, students will now have the opportunity to take these crucial exams twice a year. Those who clear the exams in their first attempt won’t be compelled to reappear, although they may do so if they seek score improvement.

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When it comes to calculating marks and results, the board will consider the higher score attained by the student. In the biannual examination, students will cover the entire syllabus, and there will be no changes to the syllabus or the question paper’s format. This change is expected to provide students with two chances to pass the exams within a year, a departure from the traditional once-a-year model. Additionally, students will have three examination sessions: in July, September, and March. In case a student fails in the compartment examination, they will have the option to take the exam through the open school system.

The Board of School Education Haryana, Bhiwani, was established in 1969 under Haryana Act No. 11 of 1969, with its headquarters initially located in Chandigarh and later shifted to Bhiwani in January 1981. The board’s history dates back to 1970 when it conducted its first matriculation level (10th Class) examination. Students appearing for these exams can access the HBSE 10th and 12th Datesheet 2024 on the official website – bseh.org.in, using a valid Admit Card with a scanned photograph.

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Here’s how to check the HBSE Board 10th and 12th Datesheet 2024:

  1. Visit the official website of the Board of School Education Haryana (HBSE), Bhiwani at https://bseh.org.in/home.
  2. Click on the exam datesheet link for Classes 10 and 12.
  3. The HBSE Board exam datesheet will be displayed on the screen.
  4. Download it and take a printout for future reference.

Notably, the Haryana School Education Board is set to lead the way by introducing digital marking of answer sheets for both Class 10th and 12th examinations, marking a significant technological advancement in the examination process. For more information, please visit the official website of the Haryana Board of School Education.

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