Update (17th January 2013)SEBA has once again revised the HSLC Exam Routine 2013. Download the new and latest timetable from this link. [Download HSLC Routine 2013]
Update (18th December 2012)
This is to inform all the concerned students that the Assam HSLC Exam Routine/Timetable 2013 has been rescheduled by SEBA and lot of changes have been made. The said exam will be held from 18th February 2013 onward instead of 19th February as announced earlier. These changes are brought into effect due to the recently declared Assam Government Holiday List 2013. All readers are therefore requested to ignore the timetable listed below and download the new Rescheduled Assam HSLC Exam Routine 2013. The details mentioned in the rest of the article may no longer be relevant and should be ignored. [Link Removed]
Assam HSLC/AHM Examination 2013 will begin from 19th February 2013 and the Board of Secondary Education Assam (SEBA) has released the detailed schedule for the same. This came off after the recent announcement made by the Board that the Matric and High Madrassa examination routine will be announced atleast six months before the scheduled date. Now that the schedule is already published, concerned candidates may download it online and also be informed of certain other updates announced in this regard.
SEBA will be conducting the Assam HSLC and AHM Exam 2013 from 19th February to 5th March 2013 and the said time frame will be maintained for all subsequent years as well. This means that the for every year to come next, the exam routine of High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) & Assam High Madrassa (AHM) exam routine will be announced on a fixed date i.e 20th July and the exam itself will be held from 19th February to 5th March every year.
This will definitely bring a lot of relief to all the students and help them to continue with their preparation properly without any distractions caused by such common factors like uncertainty about routines, admit cards etc. Having a fixed time frame for all such important events will bring a lot of discipline over conducting the matric examination in the state and will solve numerous problems faced regularly during the previous years. It is also declared that the results will be announced before May 15th and the students have to complete their form fill-up before 16th September. Moreover, SEBA will issue and dispatch the admit cards before 20th November. The routine for the next year can be seen listed below:-
Garment Designing/ Needle
Work and Tailoring
Advanced Mathematics, History,
Advanced History, Geography,
Advanced Geography, Agriculture,
Dance, Computer Science,
Wood Craft, Textile
Design and Clothing/Cloth
Craft, Cane and Bamboo
The timings prescribed for the above exam is from 09:00 AM to 12:00 Noon in the morning session and from 01:30 PM to 04:30 PM in the afternoon session.
Various other reforms has been announced regarding the Assam HSLC Exam 2013 such as preparation of two sets of question papers to ensure that in certain case of any leak, the additional set of question papers can be made use of. On the other hand, there will be no private candidates and every candidate has to appear as regular. Improvement in the marking system will also be done and SEBA will be discussing with CBSE regarding this. It is also announced that from next year onward, National Council of Educational Research & Training (NCERT) syllabus will be adopted for General Science and Mathematics paper.
With all these changes brought around for conducting the Matriculation Exam in Assam, a lot of improvements can be expected from next year onward and the students won't have to go through any pressure or anxiety while preparing for the examination or awaiting the results as there will be fixed time frame for all such events. The routine prescribed for 2013 however looks good except that there are not much gap for revision between some core subjects. But considering the fact that the routine is made available way before the scheduled date, there is enough time for the students to prepare accordingly for each of the subject.