HBSE (BSEH) Date Sheet 2021 (Class 10th & 12th)

HBSE 10th and 12th Date Sheet 2021 Out – The HBSE (also known as BSEH) has released the official date sheet for the 10th and 12th exams 2021. Those who will be writing the exams this year can check out the article for further details and can also visit the website at bseh.org.in. The exams for board students have been delayed by a month and a half this year, however, they will finally be conducted now as the date sheet for 2021 has been announced.

HBSE BSEH Date Sheet 2021

The Date Sheet for Haryana Board class 10 and 12 students were announced on March 27, and while it is slightly delayed, it will go on as per the regular rules with minor changes to the syllabus and exam paper pattern. Students can expect further announcements like the exam centre, admit card release date, among others, soon. Meanwhile, here’s everything you need to know about the BSEH 10 and 12 Date Sheets 2021.

How to Download HBSE Date Sheet for Class 10 and 12?

  • The students have to first visit the official website of the Haryana Board at https://bseh.org.in
  • Here, you have to find the news section and look for the “Date Sheet of Secondary and Senior Secondary Date Sheet of April 2021”
  • You just have to click on the given link to open the PDF file with the Date sheet table mentioned for both Sr. Secondary and Secondary students
  • You can download the PDF and do take few print-outs for future reference

Download HBSE Class 10 & 12 Date Sheet April 2021

HBSE BSEH Class 10  Exams 2021

The board exams for Class 10 students will be kickstart from 22nd April 2021. The exams will go on for nearly 20 days with the last paper on May 12, 2021. Meanwhile, the practical exams are supposed to kickstart from April 5 and will go on until April 10, 2021. The first paper for Class 10 BSEH students is Social Science. The students are requested to download the complete schedule to know the exact schedule of their Haryana Board 10th Class examination.

HBSE BSEH Class 12 Exams 2021

Now comes to Class 12 then the Haryana Board exams will begin from April 20. Their exams will go on for close to a month and will get over on May 17, 2021. The board exams for class 12 practicals too, will take place from April 5 to 10 this year. The board examination for Sr. Secondary students will begin with the Hindi paper. Check out the BSEH Date Sheet 2021 for class 12 students for more details of the schedule.

HBSE Class 10 and 12 Exams Syllabus & Exam Pattern

The syllabus has been reduced for the board exams this year. As has been announced by the board, the paper will have 50 percent objective questions and the syllabus has been cut down by 30 percent of what it used to be earlier.

Meanwhile, it has also been stated that the exam pattern will be similar to the one followed by CBSE board and as a result of the objective questions, there will be relevant changes in the paper. With objective-type questions, candidates can now heave a sigh of relief.

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HBSE Class 10 & 12 Improvement Exam 2021

As has been done by other boards, candidates, if not satisfied by the way their paper proceeded, can opt to write improvement exams for only one subject. The board has also released the date sheet for the same and candidates can write the improvement exam on May 18, 2021. The exam will take place from 12:30 to 3:00 PM.

Instructions for BSEH Class 10 and 12 Board Exams

  • Candidates are expected to carry their own Log and Trigonometry Tables, Stencils, and other items required
  • Colors will be used only in Science subjects
  • Candidates studying in Private/Open School must ensure to get in touch with their Centre Supdt. to get the exact details about their practical exams
  • Candidates are not allowed to carry calculates or mobile phones to the examination hall
  • Candidates must also ensure that they have a mask/cloth around their mouth, have their own sanitizers (transparent) and maintain social distancing
  • Parents must enable the students with relevant information to be safe from COVID-19 and also make sure they are not stick
  • Candidates must strictly conform to the rules mentioned on the admit card and at the time of the Examination at the centres

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