Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE) was set up in 1969 under the Haryana Board of School Education Act, which was further amended by Haryana Act No. 2 of 1970. It is also known as Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH). BSEH is ISO 9001: 2008 organisation owned by the Department of School Education, Haryana of Government of Haryana. The Board helps to organize the Public Examinations at Middle, Matric (Secondary or High School) and Senior Secondary School(Academic & Vocational) levels annually in the state of Haryana through the affiliated schools.
|Haryana Board Name||Board of School Education Haryana|
|Abbreviated as||HBSE or BSEH|
|Inception||November 3, 1969|
|Administered by||State Government of Haryana|
|Parent organisation||Department of School Education, Haryana|
|HBSE (BSEH) Role||Conducting Class 8, 10, and 12 Exams|
About Board of School Education, Haryana
The HBSE or the Board of School Education, Haryana is the state government administered education body of Haryana. It is responsible for conducting the class 8, class 10, and class 12 exams every year for all affiliated schools in the state. Apart from conducting middle level (8th standard), matric level (10th standard) and Senior Secondary level (12th class) exams, the Board of School Education, Haryana (BSEH) is also responsible for giving affiliations to schools, prescribing courses and syllabus, etc.
Board of Secondary Education, Haryana Details
The Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) or the HBSE is an autonomous educational authority and is administered by the Government of Haryana. As the headquarters of the board is at Bhiwani, the board is also referred to as the Haryana Bhiwani board. The primary role of HBSE is to conduct class 8 (middle level), class 10 (matric) and class 12 (senior secondary) exams for all affiliated schools in the state.
Every year, almost 4 lakh students appear for the HBSE Secondary School Examination (SSE) i.e. class 10 exam. Nearly 2.5 lakh candidates appear for the HBSE Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE) i.e. class 12 exams. Apart from conducting these exams, the board is also responsible for providing affiliations to schools, prescribing syllabus and textbooks, declaring results, etc.
Also Check: Haryana Open School
Functions of BSEH
- Timely affiliation of schools
- Timely prescribing of relevant syllabi and textbooks
- Timely conducting of examination and declaration of results as per schedule
- Timely provision of Re-checking and Re-evaluation
- Promoting school based assessment with the help of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation
- Promoting Contact Programme Evaluation under Open Schooling, on the lines of CCE
- Benefiting students of Open learning by providing the system of On-Demand Examination and exploring other avenues to strengthen access to those who are outside formal schooling
- Revamping D.Ed curriculum and providing orientation to Teacher-Educators
- Smooth conduct of eligibility test for prospective teachers
- Motivating meritorious students and schools with suitable awards. Special provision for Girl students
- Motivating teachers for their contribution in fair and smooth conduct of examination by instituting award
- Exploring means and ways of promoting application of latest information and communication technology in the working of the Board
Board of School Education, Haryana Statistics for Class 10 and 12
- Haryana Board Class 10 Statistics
The class 10 exams are generally conducted in the month of March every year and the results are declared in May. Every year, almost 3-4 lakh students appear for the SSE exam which is conducted across various test centres across the state. In general, the girls have always outperformed boys in the class 10 exams.
- Haryana Board Class 12 Statistics
The board of secondary education, Haryana conducts the class 12 exams in the months of March to April (tentatively) every year. The results for class 12 are generally declared by the third week of May. Nearly 2 to 2.5 lakh students appear for the SSCE class 12 exams from all the streams. Even in class 12 exams, girls generally outperform boys.
Total Students Appearing for Class 10 and 12:
It can be seen that the total students who are appearing for class 10 and 12 have reduced a bit in 2017 when compared to 2016. The HBSE also has a good retention rate and a good number of students continue their senior (higher) secondary education after completing their secondary education.
Pass Percentage of Students in Class 10 and 12
It can be seen that the pass percentage of girls are always high in both class 10 and class 12 exams. The overall pass percentage in the past year is decent and is slowly increasing.
The Haryana education board prescribes the syllabus for all affiliated schools in the state. The syllabus is designed after thorough research and brain mapping the requirements of the students. The syllabus is designed in a way that the students get introduced to all the important concepts from Maths and Science subjects to help them easily understand the higher-level topics from these streams later. Students are required to go through the HBSE syllabus properly and get acquainted with the topics that they need to study in their respective classes.
One of the important roles of the BHSE is to prescribe textbooks for all the classes for the schools affiliated to the board. The textbooks are designed in a way to help students get introduced with the topics in an easy to understand way. Check out all the HBSE textbooks from here and download them to be able to access the contents offline.
HBSE Question Papers
Another important resource for the students to prepare for the board exams is the previous year and sample papers. The previous year papers will give the students an idea about the exam pattern and marking scheme of the exams. The sample papers are also prepared in the same format as the previous year paper thus helping the students to get better acquainted with the question types that can be asked in the main exams. Students get enough practice by solving these papers and they also get more confident to face the upcoming board exams.
HBSE Previous Year Papers
HBSE Class 12 Previous Year Papers
|HBSE Class 12 Previous Year Maths Question Papers|
|HBSE Class 12 Previous Year Physics Question Papers|
|HBSE Class 12 Previous Year Chemistry Question Papers|
|HBSE Class 12 Previous Year Biology Question Papers|
HBSE Class 10 Previous Year Papers
|HBSE Class 10 Previous Years Maths Question Papers|
|HBSE Class 10 Previous Years Science Question Papers|
HBSE Sample Papers
HBSE Class 12 Sample Papers
|HBSE Class 12 Maths Sample Papers|
|HBSE Class 12 Physics Sample Papers|
|HBSE Class 12 Chemistry Sample Papers|
|HBSE Class 12 Biology Sample Papers|
HBSE Class 10 Sample Papers
|HBSE Class 10 Maths Sample Papers|
|HBSE Class 10 Science Sample Papers|
|HBSE Class 10 Hindi Sample Papers PDF|
|HBSE Class 10 English Sample Papers PDF|
|HBSE Class 10 Social Science Sample Papers PDF|
|HBSE Class 10 Sanskrit Sample Papers PDF|
HBSE Exam Dates and Results
In general, the Haryana board conducts the class 10 exams in the month of March and class 12 exams in the months of March to April. The class 10 exams start by the second week of March and end by the last week of March. On the other hand, the class 12 exams start by the second week of March and end by the first week of April. The results are generally declared by the third week of May. The last year dates for exams and results of Haryana board are given below.
Haryana Board Exam and Result Dates 2018:
|Exam Name||Exam Dates||Result Date|
|HBSE Class 10 Exams||March 8 to March 31, 2018||May 21, 2018|
|HBSE Class 12 Exams||March 7 to April 3, 2018||May 18, 2018|
HBSE Exam Materials
|BSEH Class 12 Date Sheet||HBSE Class 12 Result|
|BSEH Class 10 Date Sheet||HBSE Class 10 Result|
|BSEH Class 12 Sample Paper||HBSE Class 10 Model Paper|
|BSEH Class 10 Previous Year Question Paper||HBSE Class 12 Previous Year Question Paper|
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Frequently Asked Questions on Haryana Board
What does BSEH stand for?
BSEH is the acronym for Board of School Education, Haryana.
When was Haryana Board Established?
Board of School Education, Haryana was established Haryana Board of School Education Act 1969 in order to effectively contribute to the Quality, Equity, Relevance and Access of school education.
How to check the results for the Haryana Board of School Education?
Students can get online to the official site to check for the results for class 10 and 12. For more step by step details, they can also access Haryana Board Results page here.
Is the Open School Certificate equivalent to the Board Certificate?
The Certificate issued under Haryana Open School is very much at par with the other corresponding certificate issued under the formal system by the Board. In fact, the students who pass out from HOS can take admission to the next higher class within Haryana as well as outside Haryana; they are also eligible for employment as per the orders issued by Haryana Government. All the Universities of Haryana have issued a circular granting equivalency to Haryana Open School Certificates.
How many days are given to apply for rechecking of answer book after the declaration of the result?
30 days are given for the purpose of application for rechecking from the date of declaration of result.
If somebody looses his/her pass certificate, can one get a Duplicate Certificate
Yes. One has to apply on prescribed form along with the prescribed fee applicable as below:
A. Rs. 500/- for getting a Duplicate Certificate on the same day by hand.
B. Rs. 300/- for getting a Duplicate Certificate by registered post within a week.
C. Rs. 200/- for getting a Duplicate Certificate by registered post in routine.
A photograph has to be attached with the application form with both the photograph and the form attested by the Principal of the School last attended.If the Duplicate Certificate is also lost then along with the above, an Affidavit has to be enclosed certifying that the Duplicate Certificate has been lost.