Haryana Board Class 10th Syllabus, Sample Papers 2019, HBSE Model Question Papers X

Haryana Board Class 10th Syllabus, Sample Papers 2019, HBSE Model Question Papers X

Haryana Board Class 10 Syllabus 2018-19 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 X Sample Question Papers by clicking on the links listed below:

 

Haryana Board Class 10 Syllabus 2018-19

HBSE X 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 X Sample Question Papers 2018-19

HBSE X 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.

 

 

Regulations for Regular Candidates :
Eligibility for the Examinations :

SSE means Secondary School Examination (Matriculation i.e. 10th class Examination)

Secondary School Examination :

All regular students of 10th class of Government/recognized Secondary/Senior Secondary School who have passed 9th class examination as regular student and who have completed not less than 75% of total attendance of class 10th and have an Enrolment No. of this Board, only be permitted to take class 10th annual examination.

Regulations for Ex-Students Candidates :

(I) Secondary Examination :

(a) Candidates who have not qualified or placed under compartment.

(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

Sr. No.Name of the subject

Maximum Marks in theory

Maximum Marks in practical

CCE

Total Marks

1.Hindi (First Language)

80

—–

20

100

2.English (Second Language)

80

—–

20

100

3.Mathematics

80

—–

20

100

4.Social Science

80

—–

20

100

5.Science

60

20

20

100

6.Any one of the following :
A) Third Language (any one out of Sanskrit/ Punjabi/ Urdu)

80

20

100

B) Home Science

60

20

20

100

C) Agriculture

60

20

20

100

D) Animal Husbandry

60

20

20

100

E) Drawing

60

20

20

100

F) Music

20

60

20

100

G) Dance

20

60

20

100

H) Physical and Health Education

60

20

20

100

I) Computer Science

40

40

20

100

J) Any one of the following subject :
(i) ITES, (ii) Automobile, (iii) Security Services, (iv) Retail Industry Business, (v) Beauty and Wellness, (vi) Physical Education and Sports, (vii) Patient Care Assistance, (viii) Agri-Paddy Farming, (ix) Tourism-Hospitality-Travel, (x) Media-Animation, (xi) Banking & Finance Services, (xii) Banking Insurance, (xiii) Apparel Designing, (xiv) Vision Technician

30

50

20

100

SUBJECTS OF INTERNAL ASSESSMENT TO BE SENT BY SCHOOLS

7. General Awareness & Life Skills

8. Co-curriculum Activities :

a) Sports and Games

b) Cultural/Literary/Scientific Activities/NCC/Scouts and Guides

Notes :

1. Blind student will not be allowed to opt for Drawing as subject of study. They shall also be exempted from Practical Examination except in music. In such cases, the marks in theory papers shall be proportionately increased.

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

3. Deaf & Dumb, Dyslexia and spastic candidates will be exempted from one of the two compulsory languages.

CRITERIA FOR QUALIFYING

I. SECONDARY 
In order to earn the Certificate of Qualification, a candidate will have to qualify in the following five subjects of external examination separately :

i) Hindi (First Language),
ii) English (Second Language),
iii) Mathematics,
iv) Social Science and
v) Science and Technology.

In order to qualify in a subject, he/she will have to obtain at least 33% marks (marks in external examination + marks in CCE + marks in 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 the subject 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 :

In order to earn the Certificate of Qualification, a candidate will have to qualify in the following five subjects of external examination separately in each semester:

  • If a candidate qualifies in all the 6 subjects, then the best scoring 5 subjects of external examination will be counted for determining aggregate marks/Grade Point Average, i.e. the subject in which one has obtained the least marks will not be counted. In case more than one subject has the same least marks, then the subject not to be counted will be in the following order of priority: Social Science, Science & Technology, Mathematics, Hindi, English.
  • 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
  • In case of best five formula, marks not grades will be considered only of the five subjects in which candidate has attained maximum marks.
  • Further, if a candidate does not qualify in Hindi, but qualifies in Sanskrit as sixth subject, then Sanskrit can replace Hindi for earning the certificate of Qualification.
  • 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)
  • Compartment 
    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.

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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