The Matric exam 2012 in Assam which is conducted by Board of Secondary Education (SEBA) is scheduled to be held from 21st February onward which includes High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and High Madrasa (AHM) examination. The announcement was made today by Mr Shantikam Hazarika, the chairman of SEBA Assam. Few significant changes in the system of conducting the matric exam will be implemented and the details of it has been made available by the SEBA Chairman in a press conference.
It is known that around three lakhs sixty-six thousand students will be appearing in HSLC/AHM 2012 which will be conducted in around 812 examination centres including 34 new centres established this year in the state. Further it is informed that the capacity of these centres will be around 150-800 students. Considering the fact that the days are short in the month of February, the board has decided to conduct the exam only on one session in the first half of the day.
One of the big changes introduced by SEBA is that the number of position holders known as 'Stand' will be decreased from 20 to 10 positions only and students securing the top 10 positions only will be honored as 'Stand' holders. Assam HSLC/AHM will continue from 21st February onward for three weeks and the same will commence from 9am at morning on each exam day. The question papers to be provided also gets a facelift with new fonts and will be provided in A4 size papers. The question patterns will however remain unchanged this time but a complete syllabus change is being projected for the 2013 session of the exam.
The computerization of all the departments of work in Board of Secondary Education (SEBA) is under progress. It is believed that all the problems faced in the recent years regarding the preparation of question papers, conducting the exam and all other tasks would be solved and the whole process will be simplified and done in a better way on completion of the computerization of the board. The secretary of the board, Mr L N Sharma commented that the system is much more secured and well-planned and there is no possibility of question leak and other similar issues. The SEBA board in Assam is also celebrating the Golden Jubilee this year as they stand in the 50th year of its existence after its establishment on the year 1962. In this regard, a committee of 11 members is being formed for managing the preceding of the Golden Jubilee Celebrations.
The HSLC exam routine of SEBA 2012 is yet to be published and is expected to be made available soon by the board. Now as there is only a couple of months remaining for the exam, the students appearing in Assam HSLC/AHM Examination can speedup their preparation so as to complete it on time and score the best results possible. We will provide the HSLC exam routine 2012 in Assam as soon as it is announced by the board and is available to us.