This month, the Haryana School Board of Education (BSEH) will hold an expected 10th grade science exam. Chairman Jagbir Singh said on Wednesday: “Schools have been asked to send notices to the board about the number of candidates who will appear for the exam by June 15.”
According to the chairman, students who want to take science in senior classes should take the exam. Students wishing to choose commerce and art can also take the exam. Candidates who do not wish to appear for the exam will receive a grade point average.
This year, more than 4,000 students have applied for the exams, and the results will be announced in July. The results will be announced on the official website – bseh.org.in. The council will also hold 12th grade exams from July 1 to 15. Reports to be held: Chemistry, Public Administration, Geography, Informatics, ITIS, History, Life Sciences, Agriculture, Psychology, Sanskrit, Urdu, Biotechnology, Political Science, Hindustan Music, Philosophy, Sociology / Entrepreneurship, Stenographer, Banking and car, IT and ITES.