Haryana Board 10th, 12th admit card 2023 issued; 5,59,738 students to appear in exams

BSEH will conduct Haryana board exams 2023 for Classes 10, 12 from February 27 to March 28. Admit cards issued at bseh.org.

Haryana Board 10th, 12th admit card 2023 issued; 5,59,738 students to appear in exams Haryana board exams 2023
Vagisha Kaushik | Feb 20, 2023 - 4:27 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Board of School Education, Haryana (BSEH) has issued Class 10, 12 admit card 2023 for regular, compartment, improvement, additional subject, and private candidates for board exams 2023 today, February 20. Heads of schools can download the HBSE 10th, 12th hall ticket from the official website – bseh.org by logging in with their user ID and password. Students can also download the admit card from the official website by entering their roll number or name, father’s name and mother’s name.

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Haryana Class 10 board exams 2023 will be conducted from February 27 to March 25, 2023 whereas HBSE 12th board exams 2023 will be held from February 27 to March 28, 2023. The exams will be conducted from 12:30pm to 3:30pm. Students will be required to reach the examination centre 30 minutes before the commencement of exam.

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A total of 5,59,738 students will appear for Haryana board exams 2023 at about 1,475 examination centres, the board chairman, V P Yadav, informed in a press conference. Of total, there are 2,96,329 Class 10 students and 2,63,409 Class 12 students.

All the candidates will be required to take out the colored print out of the admit card on A-4 size paper only. Candidates will have to get the scanned photograph pasted at the time of filling the application form on the colored admit card and get it verified. Without this entry at the examination center will not be allowed.

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The board chairman added that after taking a color print of the admit card, the candidates should check their particulars thoroughly. If there is any error in the details, then candidates will have to contact the board office immediately and get it corrected.

After the completion of the exams, the candidate will not be allowed to correct the error in the photo and signature. If the roll number of any candidate has been withheld due to some reason, they can come personally to the board office before the commencement of the examination and get the roll number issued by providing the required documents.

The board chairman told that if a disabled examinee wants to avail the facility of scribe, they will have to submit the medical certificate and other documents issued by the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) to the Chief Center Superintendent or Center Superintendent. He further informed that this year BSEH has put a special QR code on each question paper using modern technology to curb cheating in annual examinations. HBSE will be the first board in the country to adopt this formula, he further said.

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