Haryana will also hold council exams for class 8 students, online application forms are out

The Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE), Bhiwani has again decided to hold board exams for the 2021-22 academic session for class 8 students in 2022. Students enrolled in class 8 will need to register themselves -even in exams. Schools will be required to complete its form including student details and submit it online at the link given on the official website of the board www.bseh.org.in.

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Meanwhile, the Haryana Board has also allowed schools established in the state to change their affiliation. All public and private schools affiliated with Haryana Board schools and other boards such as CBSE and CISCE established in Haryana can fill the form from 22nd November to 6th December to be affiliated with HBSE. Forms can be completed free of charge until December 6. Thereafter, late fees will be charged at Rs 5000. A fee of Rs 2000 is to be paid by non-government middle schools and Rs 8000 for affiliation by permanent. schools recognized for the first time via an online gateway.

Context of the problem

In 2010, Haryana Board conducted the latest Class 8 Board Examinations in which 3,44,698 students were declared successful out of a total of 3,67,247 students who sat for the examination. Previously, the schools affiliated to the Indian CBSE and ICSE councils were protesting the decision of the Haryana government to hold the council exam for Class 8. Defending the decision of the Haryana government, the BSEH chairman, Jagbir Singh, said that previously, the Haryana Board of Education used to conduct board examinations for grades 5, 8, 10 and 12. However, with the implementation Instead of the RTE 2011 rule, jury examinations are organized only for classes 10 and 12.

“We are making changes in the education policy of Haryana. The annual examination for children in class 8 of all councils in Haryana will be taken by the school board of Haryana. Its main objective is to ‘raise the quality of education for children,’ he told the media.

Currently, as pollution levels continue to fluctuate between “very low” and “severe” in the National Capital Region (NCR), Haryana government officials said on Wednesday they would follow the directives of the Air Quality Management Commission (CAQM), which and close all educational establishments until further notice.

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