Assam HSLC Routine 2020 has been released. So, students going to appear for February 2020 exams can check their exam routine from this page. As per SEBA Exam Routine 2020, the exams are going to commence from February 10, 2020, with its first exam English. Board of Secondary Education Assam (SEBA) has released the routine on its official website- sebaonline.org. While a direct link to download the Assam HSLC Routine 2020 has been provided on this page. Scroll down the page to know the exam routine in detail.
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Assam HSLC Routine 2020
Practical exams are scheduled for two days i.e from January 21 to 22, 2020. HSLC exams are going to take place in two shifts, Morning shift is from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon. Whereas the evening shift is from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm. Previously, Assam board released the exam routine on December 21. For the current year, the routine was released 18 days earlier i.e on December 03. Look at the table below to know the exam routine in detail.
|Date and Day||Morning Shift||Evening Shift|
|10 Feb 2020|
|11 Feb 2020|
*Garment Designing (E)
|*Fine Art (E)|
|12 Feb 2020|
|13 Feb 2020|
|Advanced Mathematics (E)|
Home Science (E)
Computer Science (E)
|14 Feb 2020|
|15 Feb 2020|
|17 Feb 2020|
|20 Feb 2020|
|*Fiqh & Aquaid|
*Weaving and textile Designing (E)
|22 Feb 2020|
|25 Feb 2020|
|28 Feb 2020|
|29 Feb 2020|
|—||*Wood Craft (E)|
*Retail Trade NSQF (E)
*IT/ITeS NSQF (E)
*Private Security NSQF (E)
*Agriculture and Horticulture NSQF (E)
*Tourism and Hospitality NSQF (E)
Duration of exam of the subjects with * mark is of 2 hours only. First shit is from 9:00 am to 11:00 am and second shift is from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm.
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HSLC Practical Examination 2020
|Date and Day||Morning Shift|
(9:00 am to 12:00 noon)
|21 Jan 2020|
|*Computer Science (E)|
Fine Arts (E)
Garment Designing (E)
|22 Jan 2020|
*Weaving and Textile Design
Retail Trade NSQF (E)
*IT/ITeS NSQF (E)
*Private Security NSQF (E)
Agriculture and Horticulture NSQF (E)
Tourism and Hospitality NSQF (E)
Home Science (E)
Steps To Download SEBA HSLC Routine 2020
Before appearing in the exams, the students should be aware of the exam dates. Assam board has released the exam routine on its official website. The students can follow the simple steps provided below to download their routine.
Step.1- Firstly, click on the link of routine available on this page.
Step.2- As you click on the link a new page opens on your screen.
Step.3- Here your SEBA HSLC Routine 2020 in a pdf format.
Step.4- Check your exam dates and the practical dates carefully.
Step.5- At the end note down these dates in one place or download your routine and take the print out of it.
Assam HSLC Routine 2020: Details
The exam routine of class 10 students consists of important information which should be known to the students appearing in the exam. The list of details present on the time table is as follows:
- Name of the Conducting Body
- Examination Name
- Respective Class
- Date of Examination
- Day of Examination
- List of Subjects
- Subject Code
- Exam Timings
- Other Important Information
Evaluation Process For HSLC Examination 2020
At the end of the academic year, the students are evaluated under different aspects. These aspects include unit tests, half-yearly exams, pre-boards, internal assessment and the annual (final) exams. The students can have a look at the table below to know the evaluation under each aspect.
Unit Test: To analyse the student’s performance, school conducts the unit test for the students. Apart from this, the teachers also take timely remedial teaching methods to improve the weakness of the students. Unit test help the students to know their progress in the studies. A total of three unit tests are going to take place in the whole year which carries a weightage of 20%.
Half Yearly and Annual Exams: Half-yearly are the exams which are conducted halfway the final exams. In these exams, the students get half of the syllabus done till that time. Annual exams are the exams which are conducted just before the final exams. In annual exams, students get an estimate of their performance. These two examinations hold a weight of 80%.
|Adv. Maths (E)||90||10|
Passing Marks: The students need to score a minimum of 30 marks in written and internal assessment. That means that a student needs to score a minimum of 27 marks in theory exams and 3 marks in the internal assessment.
How To Score Good Marks: Know Here
Here, we have discussed some of the preparation tips that might be helpful to you in preparing yourself well for exams.
Create a Study Schedule: Before starting your preparation, you should always make it a habit of creating a study schedule. Make a list of important topics and cover them first. Then create a list of topics that are not compulsory. Also, make sure that you follow the schedule properly.
Visual Aids: Make sure that you are making notes side by side along with studies. Start making notes using the visual aids. Visual aids may include flow charts, diagrams, bullets, headers etc. This will help you remember things for a longer duration of time. Also, your revision process will become easy due to this.
Powerpoint and Demonstrations: Students find it difficult to study from the notes provided to them by the school teachers. Such students can go to the internet and search for powerpoints and demonstrations to study. They are easy to study and you will learn better.
Sample Papers: Once the students are done with their syllabus, they can start solving their sample papers and previous year question papers. This will help you know where you lack and where you need to work hard even now.
Last Day: On the day before the exam, the students need to revise everything thoroughly. Also, the students need to make sure that they don’t learn anything new on that day. This might result in forgetting things that you might have already learned.
Official Website: sebaonline.org
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