The Goa Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education has released the Class 10th and 12th exam datesheets 2018 on their official website i.e. gbshse.gov.in.
All the students appearing for the Goa board class 10th and 12th examination 2018 can download the datesheets from the official portal.
The Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) or class 12th examination will begin from 5th March, 2018 and the Secondary School Certificate or class 10th exam will commence from 2nd March, 2018.
Since the datesheets are already out, we suggest all the students that they should start preparing for their examinations.
Every year, a large number of students appears in the Goa board 10th and 12th examination and the examination is conducted by the Goa Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education.
Here are some steps to check the Goa Board HSSC and SSC examination 2018 datesheets:
Step 1: Visit the official website i.e. gbshse.gov.in
Step 2: On the front page, you’ll find all the important links
Step 3: Now, Click on the desired link to check the timetable
Step 4: Download the Time Table PDF for the future reference
About Goa Board:
The Goa Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) was established in the year 1975 through the Goa, Daman and Diu Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board Act, 1975. The responsibilities of The Goa Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) includes advising the government on education policies, implementation of education policies in the affiliated schools and conducting evaluation through yearly examination at secondary and higher secondary level. In line with this, the GBSHSE conducts the annual board exams for SSC and HSSC students every year in the month of March – April followed by the declaration of Goa Board Result 2018 in the month of May.
The aim of Goa board is to provide secondary and higher secondary education and, for this purpose it grant recognition to the required number of such schools in the state; to pay special attention to the improvement of the secondary and higher secondary education so that it meets the required needs and standards of economic and social development; to provide adequate facilities for educational and professional advancement of socially and educationally backward communities; to take such steps and such measures as may lead to intellectual, academic, physical and cultural development of the youth.