Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) has released the hall ticket of Gujarat HSC (Science & General) exams 2021. The hall tickets are released for the schools on the official website gsebht.in. Schools need to download it and distribute it among the students. The hall tickets have been released for repeater / separate / private candidates, who shall be appearing for the exam between July 15 to 26, 2021.
To download the hall tickets for the students, schools need to enter their index number and email id that has been previously registered with the GS & HSEB authorities. It will help in getting a one-time password (OTP) that will be available on the registered email id or mobile no. Using the OTP, schools can download the students admit cards. Students will have to contact their school administration to get their HSC practical 2021 hall tickets.
In case the school needs to change its registered mobile no. or email id then they need to send a written request on school’s letter pad with the principal signature and school index number to [email protected] The board has also facilitated helpline numbers – 8401292014 and 8485992014.
The HSC hall ticket consists of information including student name, exam roll number, exam centre, date of the practical exam, etc. After obtaining the admit card, students should check if all the details mentioned in it are correct. In case any discrepancy is found in the admit card, the candidates can reach out to their respective school administration and raise a complaint in this regard.
All students appearing in the state board HSC practical exams that are proposed in July 2021, will have to carry their admit card to the examination centre, failing which they will not be allowed to appear for the practical exams. HSC Science practical exams for physics, chemistry and biology students will be conducted at respective schools in July month.
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According to the statistics presented by the state board, more than 6.83 lakh students have registered for the HSC exams this year. Due to an unprecedented surge in COVID-19 cases, the state decided to cancel the annual exams that were supposed to be held in March-April this year. Hence, the board devised an objective-type formula for assessing the students.
Now it is proposed that GSHSEB HSC result 2021 will be prepared on the basis of class 10, 11 final marks and class 12 internal assignments and practical projects. The class 10 board exams will carry 50 percent weightage while class 11 marks and class 12 internal exams will carry 25 percent weightage, each.