HBSE declared Date Sheet for 9th, 11th classes 2020 - Details

To end the suspense over the dates of exams of 9th and 11th classes, HBSE has declared the exam schedule for both the classes. The board has already declared the date-sheets for board classes ( 10th and 12th classes). For the secondary class, the exam will start from 4th of March and for Sr Secondary, the date is 3rd of March. After the declaration of the board classes date-sheets, all eyes were on non-board exams.

Check 10th and 12th Date Sheets from here.

The theoretical papers for both the exams ( 9th and 11th )  will have the following timing -

It is 10:00 a.m to 01: 00 p.m from 25th of Feb 2020 to 29th of Feb. From 1st of March to 19th of March 2020. It means the students will have 3:00 hours to take these exams. The timing is perhaps earlier because in March, the board exam will start.

The first paper for the 9th standard will be of various subjects on 15th of Feb 2020 ( Saturday ) . The papers will end on 11th of March 2020. The last paper will be of Math

For 10+1 classes also the paper will commence from 25th of Feb 2020. The last paper will end on  19th March 2020 ( Math ).

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The board has provided special facilities for those who are not able to write. During the exam, they can use the services of amanuensis and will get 20 minutes extra for finishing their exams.

Students will not be able to carry mobiles / calculators in the examination hall. This effort of the students shall be considered illegal/ using unfair means. However, the candidates shall get more information regarding their exams from their own schools.

For the detailed date-sheets of both the classes, the students must visit the official website of the board or use the following link -

9th/11th classes 2020 March Date-sheets

A piece of Advice for Final Preparation -

After the date-sheets are out, the students must gird up their loins. Revision must be their priority. Instead of oral learning, they must emphasize on written practice.

Best wishes for future.

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