Assam Board HSLC Date Sheet 2018


BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION : ASSAM (GUWAHATI)
HSLC/AHM EXAMINATION, 2018
S.NODATEDAYMORNING From 9:00 AM to 12:00 NoonAFTERNOON From 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM
116. February 2018FridayEnglish 
219. February 2018MondayGeneral Mathematics 
321. February 2018WednesdayMIL/ English (IL) 
422. February 2018ThursdayFine Art (E), IT/ ITES (E), Retail Trade (E) 
523. February 2018FridayManipuri (E), Bodo (E), Santhali (E)Bengali (E)
624. February 2018SaturdayHindi (E), Arabic Literature, Garment Designing (E) 
727. February 2018TuesdayGeneral Science 
828. February 2018WednesdayFiqh & Aquaid, Music (E), Dance (E), Wood Craft (E), Cane & Bamboo Technology (E) 
93. March 2018SaturdayTextile Design & Clothing (E) 
105. March 2018MondaySocial Science 
117. March 2018WednesdayAssamese (E) 
128. March 2018ThursdaySanskrit (E), Arabic (E), Persian (E), Advance Mathematics (E), History (E), Geography (E), Agriculture (E), Home Science (E), Nepali (E), Computer Science (E)


Assam Board 10th Exam Results 2018



Students can check their results on the board official website http://resultsassam.nic.in

BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION : ASSAM (GUWAHATI)
HSLC/AHM EXAMINATION, 2017
S.NODAYDATEMORNING
From 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
AFTERNOON
From 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM
1Friday17.02.2017English-
2Monday20.02.2017General Mathematics-
3Thursday23.02.2017Social Science-
4Saturday25.02.2017Manipuri (E), Bodo (E), Santhali (E)Bengali (E)
5Monday27.02.2017General Science-
6Tuesday28.02.2017Fiqh & Aquaid, Music (E), Dance (E), Wood Craft (E), Cane & Bamboo Technology (E)-
7Wednesday01.03.2017Assamese (E)Fine Art (E)
8Thursday02.03.2017Textile Design & Clothing (E), Retail Trade (E), Information Technology enabled Services (E)-
9Friday03.03.2017Hindi (E), Arabic Literature, Garment Designing (E)-
10Saturday04.03.2017Sanskrit (E), Arabic (E), Persian (E), Advance Mathematics (E), History (E), Geography (E), Agriculture (E), Home Science (E), Nepali (E), Computer Science (E)-
11Tuesday07.03.2017MIL/ English (IL)-
12Thursday09.03.2017Practical Examination of the subjects - Fine Art (E) & Garment Designing (E)-
13Friday10.03.2017Practical Examination of the subjects - Computer Science (E), Wood Craft (E), Textile Design & Clothing (E), Cane & Bamboo Technology (E), Music (E), Dance (E), Home Science (E), Agriculture (E), Information Tech. Enabled Services (E) and Retail Trade (E)-


* Time allowed 2 (two) Hours (9 a.m to 11 a.m & 1:30 P.m to 3:30 p.m)
Source :-https://sebaonline.org/

Assam Board Class 10th Time Table 2015

DateMorning From 9:30 a.m. To 12:30 p.m. (Except for papers with Asterisk)
Feb 19, 2015English
Feb 20, 2015*Fine Art (E)
Feb 21, 2015Hindi(E)
 *Garment Designing (E)
 Arabic Literature
Feb 23, 2015MIL/ *English (IL)
Feb 24, 2015*Fiqh & Aquaid
 *Music (E)
 *Dance (E)
 *Wood Craft (E)
 *Cane and Bamboo Technology (E)
Feb 25, 2015Assamese (E)
Feb 26, 2015Bengali (E)
Feb 27, 2015General Science
Feb 28, 2015Nepali (E)
 *Textile Design & Clothing (E)
 Computer Science (E) (New) / *Computer Science (E) (Old)
Mar 3, 2015Social Science
Mar 6, 2015General Mathematics
Mar 7, 2015Manipuri (E)
 Bodo (E)
 Santhali (E)
Mar 9, 2015Advanced Mathematics (E)
 Sanskrit (E)
 Arabic (E)
 Persian (E)
 History (E)
 Geography (E)
 Agriculture (E)
 Home Science (E)
Mar 11, 2015Practical Examination of the subjects -Computer Science (E)
 Wood Craft (E) and Textile Design & Clothing (E)
Mar 12, 2015Practical Examination of the subjects - Fine Art (E)
 Garment Designing (E), Cane & Bamboo Technology (E), Music (E)
 Dance (E), Home Science (E) and Agriculture (E)


* TIME ALLOWED TWO HOURS (9:30 am TO 11:30 am)

Please Note:
  • Five minutes extra time will be allowed from 9:25 am to 9:30 am to read the question paper only. The officer in charge will arrange distribution of question papers accordingly.
  • Modern Indian Languages (MIL) : Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo, Manipuri, Nepali, Khasi, Garo, Mizo, Hmar and Urdu. There will be separate question papers for the subjects - Assamese, Bengali, Hindi and Urdu MIL, for High Madrassa candidates having 50 marks and time duration 2 hours.
  • Elective Languages (Time 3 hours) and In Lieu Languages (Time 2 hours): There will be common question paper with groups A and B for each language (viz Namely - Assamese (E), Bengali (E), Hindi (E), Bodo (E), Manipuri (E), Santhali (E), irrespective of Elective or Lieu Language.
  • Candidates appearing for Elective subject will have to appear in both the groups A and B while for In Lieu language the candidates will have to appear in group A only, which will be treated as Assamese (IL), Bengali (IL), Hindi (IL), Bodo (IL), Manipuri (IL) and Santhali (IL) respectively.
  • There will be separate question papers in the subjects English, General Science, General Mathematics, Hindi MIL (HSLC and AHM) and Computer Science (E) for the candidates of New & Old

For any change in schedule please refer to the reference site.
Reference: http://online.assam.gov.in/documents/1192720/1206242/Programme+for+HSLC++AHM+Examination+-+2015



Please Note:
- 10 minutes extra will be given for reading the question paper from 8.50 AM to 9.00 AM.
- Modern Indian Languages (MIL) include Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo, Manipuri, Nepali, Khasi, Garo, Mizo, Hmar and Urdu.
- For Elective Languages, examination time is of 3 hours and for In-Lieu Languages, examination time is of 2 hours.

For any change in schedule please refer to the reference site.
Reference:http://www.seba.net.in/



Last Updated on : January 20, 2018


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