Haryana Board Class 10 exam 2020: BSEH opens registration for pending science paper; test in last week of June
The Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) has released the application form for the pending Class 10 Science examination
The Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) has released the application form for the pending Class 10 Science examination. Students who want to opt for the science stream in Class 11 can register for the examination that is scheduled to be conducted on the last week of June.
According to a report by The Indian Express, BSEH Chairman Jagbir Singh said that students who want to choose commerce or arts streams in senior secondary can also appear for the exam. Those who do not want to appear for the science paper will be awarded average marks in the subject.
Students who want to sit for BSEH Class 10 board exam 2020 science paper can fill the application form and submit it to the respective schools. The schools will then register their students on an online portal by 15 June.
Here’s the link to download the application form - https://bsehexam2017.in/mainexam/Login.aspx
The Haryana Board had initially cancelled the Science paper due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but later said it would conduct the exam.
BSEH on 8 June said that the class 10 exams results will be declared only after holding the examination of Science subject.
The board had earlier informed that it had completed the evaluation of the remaining papers by 22 April.
As per the schedule, BSEH was to hold Class 10 exam between 4 and 27 March.
A total of 3,38,096 students have registered themselves for BSEH secondary school examination 2020, of which 1,86,153 are boys and 1,51,943 are girls.
The admission dates for classes 9 and 11 have been extended as well, with 16 October being the last day to complete the admission registration.
The list of candidates has to be submitted by the school only through online mode. No hard copies of the list have to be sent to the CBSE
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"The schools while submitting the list of candidates for class 10 and 12 examinations will provide the details of these students after verifying the genuineness,” CBSE Examination Controller Sanyam Bhardwaj said.