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Haryana Board Class 12th Syllabus, Sample Papers 2019, HBSE Model Question Papers XII

Haryana Board Class 12th Syllabus for Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Computer Science, Dance, Drawing, English, Hindi, Home Science, Math for Blind, Maths,Music Instrumental, Music Tabla, Music Vocal,  Physical,  Punjabi, Sanskrit, Science for Blind,  Science, Social Science, Urdu. You can download the HBSE XII Sample Question Papers by clicking on the links listed below:

 

Haryana Board Class 12 Syllabus 2018-19

HBSE XII Syllabus Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Computer Science, Dance, Drawing, English, Hindi, Home Science, Math for Blind, Maths,Music Instrumental, Music Tabla, Music Vocal,  Physical, Punjabi,  Sanskrit, Science for Blind,  Science, Social Science, Urdu 2018-19.

 

HBSE XII Sample Question Papers 2018-19

HBSE XII Sample Question Papers Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Computer Science, Dance, Drawing, English, Hindi, Home Science, Math for Blind, Maths,Music Instrumental, Music Tabla, Music Vocal,  Physical,  Punjabi,  Sanskrit, Science for Blind, Science, Social Science, Urdu 2018-19.

 

(A) Regulations for Regular Candidates :
Eligibility for the Examinations :

SSCE means Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (i.e. 12th class Examination).

(ii) Senior Secondary Certificate Examination :
All regular students of 12th class (+2) of Government/recognized Senior Secondary School who have passed 11th class as regular students and have completed not less than 75% of the total attendances should have an enrolment No. of this Board.
In case a candidate does not fulfill the condition of attendances his/her attendance may be counted up to 1st day of exam.

(iii) Generally attendance shall be counted from the date of admission up to the 14th day preceding the first day of the examination. In case a candidate doesn’t fulfill the condition of attendance his/her attendance may be counted up to the first day of the examination. In case of migration of a candidate from one school to another in the State or from another State, the attendances at an institution from which the candidate has migrated will be taken into account while calculating 75% of the attendances.

(iv) If a candidate’s attendances at the school up to the date of submission of name falls short of the required attendances, the Head of the School should submit his/her name to the Board provisionally. If the candidate has not completed the required percentage by the 14th day preceding the first day of the examination, the Head of the School should report to the Board authorities with a view to his/her admission being disallowed.
To determine the `14th` day before the examination, 14 will be subtracted from the figure representing the date on which the examination commences. For instance, if the examination commences on March 17, March 3 will be considered as the `14th` day before the examination.

(v)A candidate whose name is struck off the roll of a Govt./recognized school after sending up his/her application ceases to be eligible for the examination. If however, he/she is readmitted up to the 14th day before the commencement of the examination, he/she shall automatically become eligible to appear in the examination, provided he/she has completed the required percentage of attendances.

(vi)In the case of a candidate for any examination conducted by the Govt. for public services, the days spent in the examination (i.e. from the Ist to the last paper of the candidate concerned and the traveling connected therewith) shall be counted on production of a satisfactory evidence towards attendance.

Note : A certificate of good character duly certified by the Head of the Institution is also essential for all regular candidates to make them eligible for all examinations held by the Board.

Regulations for Ex-Students Candidates :
(i) Senior Secondary Examination:
(a) Candidates who have not qualified or have been placed under Re-appear.
(b) A candidate who has qualified the examination conducted by this Board or has passed any other similar examination from any other Board/University considered equivalent to the examination of this Board, may appear for additional subject/s.
(c) A candidate who has qualified the examination may appear for partial/full improvement.

SCHEME OF STUDIES
SENIOR SECONDARY CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION ACADEMIC
A) COMPULSORY SUBJECTS :

SCHEME OF STUDIES 2015-2016

SENIOR SECONDARY CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION

COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

Sr. No.

Name of the subject

Maximum Marks in theory

Maximum Marks in practical

CCE

Total Marks

1.

English (Core/Elective)

80

—–

20

100

2.

Hindi(Core/Elective)
(Only for Humanities group)
(English special for foreign Students in lieu of Hindi Core)

80

—–

20

100

3.

General Awareness & Life Skills (Internal Assessment grading on five point scale)

Grades

Grades

Grades

Grades

4.

Co-curricular Activities

  1. Sports and Games
  2. Cultural / Literacy/

Scientific activities/ NCC/Scouts & Guides

Grades

Grades

Grades

Grades

5

Computer Education         —–

—–

   —–

—–

 

B) OPTIONAL SUBJECTS :

HUMANITIES GROUP (Any three out of these subjects)

Sr. No

Name of the subject

Maximum Marks in theory

Maximum Marks in practical

CCE

Total Marks

1.

Sanskrit/Urdu/Punjabi

80

20

100

2.

History

80

20

100

3.

Political Science

80

20

100

4.

Economics

80

20

100

5.

Sociology

80

20

100

6.

Philosophy

80

20

100

7.

Mathematics

80

20

100

8.

Public Administration

80

20

100

9.

Geography

60

20

20

100

10.

Psychology

60

20

20

100

11.

Physical Education

60

20

20

100

12.

Agriculture

60

20

20

100

13.

Home Science

60

20

20

100

14.

Military Science

60

20

20

100

15.

Computer Science

40

40

20

100

16.

Music

30

50

20

100

17.

Dance

30

50

20

100

18.

Fine Arts (Painting/Graphics/Sculpture/Applied Arts/CommercialArts)

30

50

20

100

19.

Only Any one out of A & B of the following subjects :

  1. ITES, Automobile,Security Services, Retail Industry Business, Beauty and Wellness, Physical Education and Sports, Patient Care Assistance

(Only for NSQF Selected School)

  1. OSS Hindi, OSS English

(All over Haryana where OSSH or OSSE already exists.)

30

60

50

20

20

20

100

100

 

Commerce Group (Any four of these subjects)

Sr. No.Name of the Subject

Maximum marks in theory

Maximum marks in practical

CCE

Total Marks

1.

Hindi (Core/Elective)/Sanskrit/Urdu/ Punjabi

80

—-

20

100

2.

Business Studies

80

20

100

3.

Economics

80

20

100

4.

Mathematics

80

20

100

5.

Accountancy

60

20

20

100

6.

Entrepreneurship

60

20

20

100

7.

Computer Science

40

40

20

100

8.

Only Any one out of A & B of the following subjects :

  1. ITES, Automobile,Security Services, Retail Industry Business, Beauty and Wellness, Physical Education and Sports, Patient Care Assistance

(Only for NSQF Selected School)

  1. OSS Hindi, OSS English

(All over Haryana where OSSH or OSSE already exists.)

30

60

50

20

20

20

100

100

Science Group (Any four of these subjects)

Sr. No.Name of the Subject

Maximum Marks in theory

Maximum Marks in practical

CCE

Total Marks

1.

Hindi (Core/Elective)/Sanskrit/ Urdu/ Punjabi

80

—-

20

100

2.

Mathematics

80

20

100

3.

Physics

60

20

20

100

4.

Chemistry

60

20

20

100

5.

Biology

60

20

20

100

6.

Home Science

60

20

20

100

7.

Agriculture

60

20

20

100

8.

Geography

60

20

20

100

9.

Biotechnology

60

20

20

100

10.

Computer Science

40

40

20

100

11.

Any one of the following subjects :
(i) ITES, (ii) Automobile,
(iii) Security Services, (iv) Retail
Industry Business,
(v) Beauty and Wellness, (vi)
Physical Education and Sports,
(vii) Patient Care Assistance

30

50

20

100

 

Notes :

i) In Science/Commerce Group, English (Core or Elective) is compulsory. In addition, a candidate can opt for one more language at the most.

ii) In Humanities English (Core/Elective) and Hindi (Core/Elective) are compulsory .In addition a candidate can opt for one more language at the most.

iii)A Candidate appearing in the main examination, shall be eligible to opt for additional subject/s. However, such subject opted as additional should be from the same stream in which the candidate is to appear in the main exam, it is optional and need not be taken compulsorily

iv) A candidate who has already passed Sr. Sec. Examination from one stream, shall be allowed to take subject/s from any stream as additional subject/s. For instance, a student who has passed under the Humanities or Commerce stream shall be allowed to take additional subject/s from Science stream. Provided that as long as there are streams, a student shall be allowed to take additional subject/s from one stream only at one time, i.e. in one particular examination.

v) There is no restriction on the number of additional subjects one can take at a time.

vi) A blind candidate shall be exempted from practical examination except in Music & dance and in the case of such exemption the marks in theory papers shall be proportionately increased.

vii) Blind candidates shall be exempted from Geometry part in Mathematics and the marks in Algebra shall proportionately be increased.

viii) The Board shall lay down detailed syllabi in various subjects and prescribe/approve/recommend textbooks for study in the subjects.
ix) Participation in co-curricular activities and the level of efficiency attained therein will be recognized and rewarded by way of reflection of appropriate grade in the certificate

CRITERIA FOR QUALIFYING
II. SENIOR SECONDARY

In order to earn the Certificate of Qualification, a candidate will have to qualify in all five subjects of external examination separately.
In order to qualify in a subject, he/she will have to obtain at least 33% marks in the aggregate of external examination, CCE & Practicals provided that he/she obtains at least 33% marks separately in the external examination obtains at least 33% marks separately in Practicals, if any there will be no minimum pass marks for CCE (For subjects in which there is only internal assessment, grades will be shown in the certificate but there will be no minimum grade required for qualifying)

Note :
1. In case one qualifies in all 6 subjects (including additional subject), then the marks obtained in the best scoring 4/5 subjects (excluding the compulsory subjects, i.e. Hindi and/or English depending on the stream) will be counted for determining GPA/Aggregate marks, i.e. the main optional subject in which one has obtained the least marks will be replaced by the Additional subject.

2. If a candidate does not qualify either in theory paper or practical paper and vice-versa, he will have to reappear only in the particular paper i.e. if he has failed in theory paper his practical marks attained previously will be considered as such and vice-versa

3. In case of best five formula marks not grades will be considered only of the five subjects in which candidate has attained maximum marks.

I. GRACE 
1% grace (per subject appeared) will be given for qualifying (i.e. for getting 33% marks) in as many subjects as possible, and not for improving grade. (Other provisions that exist in the Regulations regarding Grace will remain in force as such)

II. Compartment 
(i) Candidates will be placed under compartment in one subject in which they do not qualify. However, they will be given two chances in the next two subsequent examinations i.e. in September and March to clear the examination.

(ii) If a candidate does not qualify in more than one subject. He will be declared not qualified in the whole examination.

(iii) If he/she does not clear the subject of compartment in all two chances, he/she shall be declared ‘not qualified’ and will not be allowed to compartment.

 

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