HBSE Results 2014 / HBSE 10th 12th oct 2014 Results / HOS Senior Secondary & Secondary (CTP/STC) Examination Result Oct 2014 declared – Check results @ www.bseh.org.in
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HBSE 10th 12th oct 2014 Results have been declared on 1st January 2015. The candidates those who had appeared for HBSE examination 2014 can check results here. HBSE 10th 12th oct 2014 Results have been released in the following websites. All appeared candidates can check their results from the following links.
Click the following links to check HBSE Results 2014 / HBSE 10th 12th october 2014 results
HOS Senior Secondary (CTP/STC) Examination Result Oct 2014 @ www.haryana.indiaresults.com
HOS Secondary (CTP/STC) Examination Result Oct 2014 @ www.indiaresults.com
The Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE), (हरियाणा विधालय शिक्षा बोर्ड) (Est: 1969) is the authority which conducts the Public Examinations at Middle, Matric (Secondary or High Schhool) and Senior Secondary School (Academic & Vocational) levels twice a year in the state of Haryana through the affiliated schools.
In 1969, the Haryana Board of School Education was established at Chandigarh. The Board started working with a staff of 100 officials allocated from Punjab University, Chandigarh.
In 1970, HBSE conducted its first examination of Matric-level.
In 1976, HBSE started conducting Middle school leaving examination (8th class).
In 1981, HBSE was shifted to Bhiwani. In year 1987, Board started conducting 10+2 examination and later in 1990 also started conducting vocational examination.
In 1987, HBSE adopted 10+2 pattern of education and conducted XII class examination under the new scheme.
In 1990, HBSE started conducting 10+2 Vocational Education examination.
In 1994, HBSE established Haryana Open School to increase its reach.
In 2006, HBSE adopted the semester system from session 2006-2007. It is the first Educational Board in India to do so and also the first Board to introduce relative grading, CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) in all board classes i.e. Middle, Matric (Secondary or High Schhool) and Senior Secondary School (Higher Secondary)
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