Haryana Board Class 10th results 2014 on June 5

The results for Haryana Board Class 10th exam 2014 are going to be declared on June 5

The exams are conducted by Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE).

The exams were held from March 8 to March 21 with six exam dates.

Harayan SSE (Secondary School Examination) or (Matriculation i.e. class 10th examinations) are conducted twice a year under semester system in accordance with syllabi prescribed by the Board. Each subject is allotted 20 marks of continuous and comprehensive evaluation. After passing the examination, a certificate of qualification is awarded by the Board.

In order to clear SSE or Class 10 and 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, the student has to obtain at least 33 per cent marks (marks in external examination plus marks in CCE plus marks in practical) provided that he/she obtains at least 33 per cent marks separately in the external examination and in Practical examination, 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.)

If a candidate qualifies in all six subjects, then the best scoring five 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.

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