An important update has been released by the Haryana School Education Board (BSEH) and it has announced the timetable for class 10th and class 12th board examination. The examination of the senior secondary will commence from 3rd March 2020 while the secondary examination will start from 4th March 2020.

Both the secondary and the senior secondary examination will be conducted in a single session, i.e. from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM. The candidates who are appearing for the BSEH Class 10 and 12 Board examination can download respective admit cards for the board exams from the official website of BSEH i.e.


March 4 Social Science
March 7 Social Science
March 12 English
March 17 Mathematics
March 21 Science
March 25 Physical Education, Sanskrit, Urdu, agriculture, computer science, electives etc
March 26 Media Entertainment, Banking, etc
March 27 Punjabi, IT and ITES


March 3 Hindi Core and English
March 5 Economics
March 6 Fine arts and Elective
March 11 Mathematics
March 13 Physical education
Mach 14 Home science
March 16 English core and elective
March 17 Dance, military science and other electives
March 18 Punjabi
March 19 Chemistry, public administrator
March 20 Geography
March 21 Computer science, ITIS
March 24 History, life science
March 25 Agriculture, psychology
March 26 Sanskrit, Urdu, Biotechnology
March 27 Political science
March 28 Hindustani Music, philosophy
March 30 Sociology / entrepreneurship
March 31 Stenographer, Banking and Automobile, IT and ITES

In order to pass in the examination, the students will have to secure at least 33 per cent of marks. However, the students who will fail in two subjects will be given a second chance that will be considered as a supplementary examination or a compartment examination.

Last year, there were around 4 lakh candidates had appeared for the Class 10 board examination. Out of which 57.39% of the students passed the examination.

In 2018 the pass percentage was 51.15%. In case of the Class 12 board examination, there were around 7,65,549 candidates who appeared for the board examination and out of which 63.84 % of candidates passed the examination.


  • The first thing the students should do is they should plan their studies according to the subjects given in the date sheet.
  • The next thing is it is important that they prepare a strategic plan by focusing on the important topics so that it can help them to cover up other topics later.
  • Another important thing to note is that the students should make notes which will be helpful for them to revise during the examination.
  • They should also practice the previous year papers to understand the pattern of the question paper.

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