Board of Secondary Education Assam (SEBA) has announced the exam routine for High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) exam to be held for the academic session 2017-18. Class 10 exams are scheduled to begin from February 16, 2018. Now as the SEBA HSLC routine 2018 has been officially released, schedule your final phase of studies. The Class 10 Board exam will conclude on March 08, 2018.
Although no official notification has been uploaded on official website regarding the same, SEBA secretary Probin Sarma said the board has already sent the draft admit cards to the centers. However, if in case any rectification is required, the needful will be done. The exercise will be completed in around ten days after which the final admit cards will be sent.
The Board has announced that practical exams will be held on January 22 for all those who would be appearing for board exams. Likewise last year, the exams will kick off with English as the first paper to be held on February 16, 2018. The second paper General Mathematics is scheduled after two days i.e., February 19, while the next paper MIL is scheduled for February 21, after a gap of just one day. Next paper is General Science, for which the students have to be more dedicated and devoted.
Hence after the preparation gap of 5 days, the students on February 27 can take the General Science exam. Social Science, the subject which captivates the interest of hardly few students is scheduled for March 05. During the Social Science preparation days, students can be part of Holi festival also called Phakuwa in Assamese. Assamese (E) paper is scheduled to be held on March 7, while the last exam Advanced Mathematics (E) has been scheduled for March 8.
The Assam board has also announced there will be separate papers for Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, and Urdu for Madrassa candidates. The practical exams of fine arts, IT and retail trade will be held in the same centers’ as theory exam. Last year, the exams were held in 855 exam centers across the State from February 17 to March 10, 2017.
Somewhere around 3,72,640 students appeared in the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) Examination, while another 10,116 students appeared for Assam High Madrassa (AHM) examination. SEBA had deputed zonal supervising officers, supervising officers, scrutinisers, examiners and set up multiple evaluation zones across the state for smooth conduct of the exam. This year, 3,47,158 students will appear for HSLC exams and around 9,442 will take AHM examination.