Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) has released the hall tickets for the non-regular SSC students appearing for the July 2021 exams. The hall tickets have been released on the official website gseb.org. Schools need to download and distribute the hall tickets among non-regular SSC students. Gujarat Board class 10th exams of repeater/private and separate or non-regular students are scheduled to start from July 15, 2021.
To download the hall ticket, schools need to enter their index number and email id. Once it is downloaded, the principal of the school from which the application form has been filled will have to verify the photo of the candidate, sign the photo and certify it. Students will have to contact their school to get their hall tickets. Moreover, the detailed instructions for downloading the hall ticket of Class 10 exams are available on the official websites of the state board.
The exam hall ticket consists of information including student name, exam roll number, centre, date of exam, etc. After obtaining the admit card from the school, students should check if all the details mentioned in it are correct. In case any discrepancy is found, the candidates can contact the school administration.
All students appearing in GSEB Class 10th non-regular exams will have to carry their hall ticket to the examination centre, failing which they will not be allowed entry to appear for the exam. Furthermore, the students will have to carefully read all the general and COVID-19 instructions that are available on the admit card.
Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board has scheduled to conduct the class 10th private, repeaters and separate exams between July 15 to 27, 2021. Owning the current COVID-19 situation the said examinations are proposed to be held following the social distancing and COVID-19 protocols at the exam centres in nearby proximity of the students.
Earlier, the state board had cancelled the 10th board exams of regular students which were supposed to be held in May 2021. Board decided to evaluate the students based on the criterion developed by the dedicated committee. As per the state government’s guidelines defined for the mass promotion, not even a single student of SSC was to be failed in these exams.
Meantime, the board stated that it will hold examinations for repeaters, private, and separate students once the situation becomes more feasible. Releasing an official notice in the second half of June, the board scheduled the SSC exams of non-regular students in July 2021.