Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC)
AHSEC an acronym for Assam Higher Secondary Education Council is a board of education under the state government of Assam. It is the regulating body for higher secondary (10+2 stage) education in the state of Assam. The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council was established by the Assam government on 1 June 1984 to regulate, supervise and develop the system of higher secondary education in the State of Assam.
|AHSEC Full Form||Assam Higher Secondary Education Council|
|Formation||June 1, 1984|
|Type||State Governmental Board of Education|
|Location||Bamunimaidam, Guwahati – 781 021.|
|Official language||Assamese & English|
|Parent organisation||Government of Assam|
The Board of Secondary Education (SEBA)
The Assam Act, XXV of 1961 (Assam Secondary Education Act, 1961) was passed to establish a Board of Secondary Education in the state to supervise, regulate, and develop Secondary Education in Assam. The Act came into force with effect from January 29, 1962 with the publication of Government of Assam, Education Department Notification. Thus the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (commonly known as SEBA) came into existence on March 14, 1962.
|অসম মাধ্যমিক শিক্ষা পৰিষদ|
|Motto||तमसो मा ज्योतिर्गमय ( Tamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya )|
|SEBA Full Form||Board of Secondary Education, Assam|
|Founder||S. C. Rajkhowa|
|Formation||January 29, 1962|
|Headquarters||Guwahati, Assam, India|
|Type||Autonomous, Governmental Board of School Education|
|Official language||Assamese, Bengali, English, Hindi|
|Parent organisation||Ministry of Education, Government of Assam|
Functions Of Assam Higher Secondary Education Council
One of the main operations of the AHSEC (Assam Higher Secondary Education Council) is to enforce the rules and regulations, that have been set for the schools that are affiliated with the Assam Board. Other functions also include prescribing the syllabus, devising courses of study like the textbooks, conducting exams and so on.
Exam Conducted by Assam Higher Secondary Education Council
The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council conducts Class 12 exam every year. AHSEC or the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council supervises, regulates, and develops the system of 12th standard in the state. The 12th standard exams in Assam are conducted for Science, Commerce, Arts and Vocational Groups.
Exam Conducted by Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA)
SEBA or the Board of Secondary Education, Assam, conducts the HSLC Exam (High School Leaving Examination) for the students of 10th standard. Assam higher secondary education council supervises, regulates, and develops the system of Secondary Education i.e. Class 10 in the state of Assam.
The SEBA Board designs the curriculum for all the classes and schools affiliated to the board and are required to follow it. To know in details about the SEBA Board syllabus click the link provided.
|SEBA Board Class 6 Syllabus|
|SEBA Board Class 7 Syllabus|
|SEBA Board Class 8 Syllabus|
|SEBA Board Class 9 Syllabus|
|SEBA Board Class 10 Syllabus|
AHSEC Board prescribe curricula (scheme of studies), syllabus and courses of instruction for Higher Secondary stage. All the colleges that come under AHSEC Board need to follow the syllabus mentioned in the table below.
|AHSEC Class 11 Syllabus|
|AHSEC Class 12 Syllabus|
The Board is also responsible for designing and prescribing the books to all the affiliated schools. The SEBA board books are designed in a way to help the students get a deeper understanding of all the concepts. Students can download all the SEBA Board books from here.
|AHSEC Class 6 Books|
|AHSEC Class 7 Books|
|AHSEC Class 8 Books|
|AHSEC Class 9 Books|
|AHSEC Class 10 Books|
AHSEC Board Books
AHSEC Board prescribes textbooks for Class 11 and 12 to all the affiliated colleges. AHSEC Board textbooks help students to get a deeper understanding of the concepts. Students can download textbooks from the table provided below:
|AHSEC Class 11 Books|
|AHSEC Class 12 Books|
SEBA Question papers are a good source for the students to learn the subject thoroughly. It helps them to gain practice before exams and also to get an idea about the exam pattern and marking scheme. Students can download all the previous year question papers from the links.
|SEBA Board Class 10 Question Papers|
AHSEC Board Question Papers
AHSEC Board question papers provided below help students to understand the exam pattern and marking scheme. By solving these question papers students can get a real feel of the final question paper. Students can download previous year papers of AHSEC board from the below table.
|AHSEC Board Class 12 Question Papers|
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Frequently Asked Questions on Assam Board
What does SEBA stand for?
SEBA is the abbreviated form of the full form Board of Secondary Education, Assam.
What is full of AHSEC?
AHSEC is the acronym for the regulating body for higher secondary education in the state of Assam, known as the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council
Who established the first secondary school in Assam?
The first English High School was established in Gauhati by Captain Jenkins, the Commissioner of Assam in 1835. This school was known as “Guwahati Seminari”. Guwahati Seminari was the first school marking the beginning of secondary education in Assam.
When was Assam Higher Secondary Education Council established?
The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council was established on 1st of June, 1984 to Regulate, Supervise and Develop the System of Higher Secondary Education ( + 2 stage ) in the State of Assam.
What is HSLC exam?
The HSLC(High School Leaving Certificate)is awarded to those school students who successfully complete the curriculum and examinations of schools affiliated to various boards in India. (i.e. when they pass 10th standard). The awarding body is the Board of Secondary Education of the various states in India (inclusive of Assam).
When was the result of HSLC 2019 declared?
The Assam HSLC board results are usually declared in the last week of May 2019. Last year, it was declared on 25th May 2018, while this year the results were released on 15th May 2019.