Haryana Board Syllabus Class 10 2018 HBSE Sample Paper BSEH Question Bank 2018-19
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Haryana Board BSEH 2018-19 HBSE BSEH Sample Paper Class 10th
Know Your Exam
SSE means Secondary School Examination (Matriculation i.e. X class)
The examinations are conducted twice in a year under semester system in accordance with the syllabi prescribed by the Board. 20 marks of continuous & comprehensive evaluation, have been allotted in each subject. After passing the examination, a certificate of qualification is awarded by the Board.
For Regular studentsAll regular students of X class of Govt./recognized Secondary/Senior Secondary School who have passed IX class examination as regular student and have completed not less than 50% of the total attendances in Ist semester and 75% in 2nd semester of class X and should have an Enrolment No. of this Board.
i) Attendances shall be counted from the date of admission up to the 14th day preceding 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 50%/75% of the attendances.
(ii) If a candidateâ€™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.
(iii) 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 1st to the last paper of the candidate concerned and the traveling connected therewith) shall be counted on production of a satisfactory evidence towards attendance.
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.
For Ex-Student Candidates:
(a) Candidates who have not qualified or placed under Re- appear.
(b) A candidate who has qualified the examination may appear in one additional subject.
(c) A candidate who has qualified the examination may appear for partial/ full improvement.
Scheme of Studies
|Sr.No.||Name of the subject||Maximummarks in theory||Maximummarks in practical||CCE||Totalmarks|
|1.||Hindi (First Language)||80||—–||20||100|
|2.||English (Second Language)||80||—–||20||100|
Any one of the following :
a) Third Language. (any one out of Sanskrit/Punjabi/Urdu)
b) Home Science c) Agriculture
d) Animal Husbandry e) Drawing
f) Music g) Dance
h) Physical and Health
i) Computer Science j) Any one of the
following subjects : ITES, Automobile, Security Services, Retail Industry Business
Beauty and Wellness Physical Education and Sports.
Health Care Assistance
SUBJECTS OF INTERNAL ASSESSMENT TO BE SENT BY SCHOOLS
7. General Awareness & Life Skills
8. Co-curricular Activities :
a) Sports and Games
b) Cultural/Literary/Scientific Activities/NCC/Scouts and Guides
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.
Scheme of Studies exclusively for the students of Centre of Excellenceजिला फरीदाबाद स्थित राज्य स्तरीय सैंटर आॅफ एक्सीलैंस की Chapter्ययोजना में 2014-15 से सीनियर सैकेण्डरी स्तर पर NSQF के दो विषय सम्मिलित करने उपरान्त केवल इस संस्थान की Chapter्ययोजना निम्न प्रकार से होगी:
At Secondary Level :
As per the existing Scheme of Studies, the following subjects are mainly offered :
1. Hindi 2.English 3.Mathematics 4.Social Studies 5.Science 6.Any one of the following :
a) Third Language.
(any one out of Sanskrit/Punjabi/Urdu)
b) Home Science c) Agriculture
d) Animal Husbandry e) Drawing
f) Music g) Dance
h) Physical and Health Education
i) Computer Science
j) Any one of the following subjects :
ITES, Automobile, Security Services, Retail Industry Business, Beauty and
Wellness, Physical Education and Sports, Health Care Assistance.
(There are 10 options including NSQF subjects )
For the students of “Centre of Excellence” where we have to offer two compulsory subjects of NSQF, the Scheme of Studies recommended for this purpose is as follows :
1. Hindi 2.English 3.IT&ES 4 Any other subject under NSQF 5. Mathematics
6. Social Science 7. Science.
Thus there will be seven subjects to study and qualify.
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:
- i) Hindi (First Language);
- ii) English (Second Language);
- iii) Mathematics,
- iv) Social Science; and
- v) Science
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 Practical) provided that he/she
- obtains at least 33% marks separately in the external examination
- obtains at least 33% marks separately in Practical, 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:-
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.
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.
- I. GRACE: In both semesters separately, 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 in each semester separately. (Other provisions that exist in the Regulations regarding Grace will remain in force as such)
- II. Reappear: Candidates will be placed under reappear in those subjects in which they do not qualify. However, they will be given 2 chances in the next two subsequent examinations after second semester. One extra reappear chance for first semester papers will be given along with the second semester. If a candidate does not qualify in 1 or 2 subjects out of the 5 external subjects that are to be qualified compulsorily, he/she will be placed in the category of PA-R (earning the Certificate of Partial Achievement) and will be eligible to take provisional admission to the next class, i.e. class 11th. If one does not qualify in more than two of these subjects, he/she will get Reappear in all those subjects in which he/she does not qualify (getting the Certificate of Participation) and will not be eligible to take admission in the next class.
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