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Assam Board (SEBA) HSLC/AHM Exam Time Table 2014

The Board of Secondary Education, Assam also known as SEBA has announced the time-table for 2014 HSLC/AHM Class 10 examination on its official website: www.seba.net.in

Jan 21, 2014 16:43 IST
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The Board of Secondary Education, Assam also known as SEBA has announced the time-table for 2014 HSLC/AHM Class 10 examination on its official website: www.seba.net.in.

The Class 10 High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) Examination / Assam High Madrassa (AHM) examinations will be conducted by Board of Secondary Education Assam in the month of February/March 2014.

The Class 10 SEBA examination schedule for 2014 is to be commenced from 13 February, 2014 Thursday and will be concluded on 6 March, 2014 Thursday.

The first theory exam to be held on 13 February will be for subject Social Science, whereas the last will be Practical Examination of the Subjects Garment Designing, Cane and Bamboo Technology, Music, Dance, Home Science, Agriculture, Textile Design & Clothing and Wood Craft.

The duration for main theory subjects and Elective Languages examination will be 3 hours, which are to be started from 9 a.m to 12 p.m.

In addition, 10 minutes extra will be provided to each student to read the question paper i.e. from 8:50 to 9:a.m.

However, for the students who choose to write exam for In-Lieu Languages the time to complete exam will be 2 hours only.

Assam Board (SEBA) HSLC/AHM Exam 2014: Date Sheet

Contact Address:

Board of Secondary Education (SEBA),
Bamunimaidam, Guwahati – 781021
Assam, India

The Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA)  is the state level authority for conducting examinations and providing assurance for the quality of education imparted in schools within Assam that are affiliated to it. High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) is the award given through the authority of this board to students who have passed the HSLC examination successfully. SEBA also conducts board exams for Assam High Madrassa, schools mainly for the minorities in the state.

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