Check Haryana Board HBSE Class 10th Result 2016 www.bseh.org.in
Check Haryana Board of Secondary Education (HBSE), Haryana Board 10th Result 2016 at the official website of bseh.org.in. Students should visit the Link to access their results.
A total of 3,99,523 candidates appeared for the Haryana Board Secondary Examination that was held in the month of March. Participation Ration of students Appeared for exam– 2,43,658 are boys and 1,55,865 are girls. HBSE Haryana Secondary Examination for Class 10 students for both semesters was held from March 8 to March 28. The exam was held at 1,482 exam centres with the help of 14,813 supervisors. HBSE Haryana Board, 10th result 2016 is live online for students.
Steps to Follow & How to check Haryana Board Result 2016 online?
(i) you can Visit bseh.org.in / hbse.nic.in
(ii) then Click on the link for Haryana 10th Result 2016
(iii) Enter your hall ticket number other requested details
(iv) then generate and Check your Haryana Board 10th Result
(v) Now you can Save softcopy or take printout of HBSE Result mark sheet
Know More about Haryana Board of Secondary Education (HBSE), Haryana Board, Bhiwani
The Board of School Education Haryana, Bhiwani came into existence in 1969 as per Haryana Act No. 11 of 1969 with its head-quarters at Chandigarh later shifted to Bhiwani in January 1981. The Board started with a staff of 100 officials allocated from Punjab University, Chandigarh and conducted the first examination of matriculation level (10th Class) in 1970. The Board started conducting the Middle examination with effect from 1976 to improve educational standards at Middle level. The Board adopted 10+2 pattern of education and conducted XII class examination under the new scheme with effect from 1987. It started conducting 10+2 Vocational examination in 1990, keeping in view the need and relevance of vocationalization of education in the backdrop of the fast changing economic scenario. Further, in order to reach out to the unreached, the Board established Haryana Open School in 1994 and thereby started bringing into the fold of education those who could not get formal education or could not continue it due to varied reasons.