Haryana Class 10, 12 open school exam 2024 application reopens at bseh.org.in today

BSEH Class 10, 12 HOS March 2024 exam form with late fee of Rs 1,000 should be submitted by December 17. Correction facility and late fee details here.

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Haryana HOS Class 10, 12 exam form correction window closes on December 15. (Image: BSEH official website)Haryana HOS Class 10, 12 exam form correction window closes on December 15. (Image: BSEH official website)

Anu Parthiban | December 8, 2023 | 07:56 AM IST

NEW DELHI: Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE) will open the Haryana Open School Class 10, 12 exam form 2024 submission window with late fee today. Students who failed to apply before the deadline will be able to register on the official website, bseh.org.in.

The last date for online application for Haryana Open School secondary Class 10 and senior secondary exam to be held in March 2024 for fresh category was fixed as November 30. However, after receiving several representations from students, the board decided to reopen the application window along with a late fee of Rs 1,000.

Students applying for the fresh category will be able to submit the online form till December 17. Those who already applied but failed to make the payment can also deposit the exam fee amount during this time period.

Along with the application process, the edit facility has also been made available. Students are allowed to make changes in the submitted form if there is any error in the subject or the Aadhaar details entered. The last date to make edits in the HOS March 2024 exam form by paying a minimum of Rs 300 and maximum of Rs 600 is December 15.

It is mandatory to upload the relevant documents at bseh.org.in while making changes in the form.

Moreover, those students who are applying for Haryana Class 10 open school exam will have to choose either basic mathematics or standard mathematics. Under the new scheme announced by the board, students who find mathematics difficult will be able to appear in the basic mathematics subject, however, they will not be allowed to study mathematics in the senior secondary class.

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