HBSE SSC/10th Board Haryana Board Time Table, Admit Card, Registration, Syllabus, Results

HBSE SSC/10th Haryana Board Time Table, Admit Card, Registration, Syllabus, Results 2019

  • Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE), established in 1969 and is the authority which conducts the Examinations for Matric and Senior Secondary School levels annually in the state of Haryana through the affiliated schools. 

  • HBSE examinations are conducted twice in a year for class 10 candidates. Regular exams are conducted in the month of March and the supplementary exams are conducted in the month of July.

  • Results will be declared in the month of May for Regular exams and for Supplementary exams in the month of August.

  • HBSE is one among the branches of the Department of School Education of Haryana Government. All the government schools of Haryana are affiliated with HBSE. Board also grants affiliation to all those private institutions who are permanent/temporary recognized by the School Education Department. 

  • Candidates shall visit the official website of the board to apply for Registration and to download Admit Card.   

HBSE 10th Board Highlights 2019:

Conducting Authority

Board of Secondary Education Haryana



Exam Name

HBSE 10th Board Exams

Exam Dates

07th March 2019 - 05th April 2019


Bhiwani, Haryana


Hansi Road, BTM Colony, Bhiwani, Haryana-127021

HBSE 10th Time Table 2019:

  • HBSE 10th Time Table 2019 was released by the board.

  • Board held the exam from 7th March 2019 till 5th April 2019.

  • Time Table for Supplementary Examinations is released in the month of April 2019.

  • Candidates (both Regular and Private) can check the Time Table in the Announcement section on the official website- bseh.org.in

HSEB 10th Registration Form 2019:

  • Registration:  For the HSEB 10th Registration Form 2019, the candidate has to visit the official website of Haryana Board of School Education. The board is solely responsible to conduct the exams every year.

  • Official site: Candidates can register for the Haryana class 10th Examination from the official website. Registrations should be done by the affiliated schools and the examination centre will be notified only by the council.

  • Registration form for 10th class board exam will be discharged online by BSEH at their official site. It is obligatory for the candidates to fill the Registration Form at the latest.

HBSE 10th Admit card 2019:

  • About the admit card: HBSE 10th Admit Card 2019 was available one month prior to the Examinations. Candidates can download the Haryana 10th Admit Card/Hall Ticket online or can also collect if from the school authorities. 

  • Private Candidates can download the Admit Card online or collect it from their respective school examination centres. 

  • Admit Cards will be released only after the Registration Process is over. Candidates without the Admit Card will not be allowed to take the exam.

HBSE 10th Result 2019:

  • HBSE 10th Result 2019 is to be released in the month of May 2019 (tentative). 

  • Candidates can check their results from the official website by entering their Roll Number and Name.

  • Over 3,83,499 candidates attended the HSEB 10th Examinations and only 51.15% of candidates passed the exams.

Haryana 10th Board Syllabus 2019 :

  • HBSE 10th Syllabus 2019 with the maximum marks in theory and practicals has been tabulated below. HBSE has presented all the syllabus for Board year 2018-19. Syllabus is accessible on the official site of HBSE. The syllabus is also accessible at the Syllabus Section on this website.

S. No.

Name of the Subject HBSE 10th Haryana Board Exam 2019

Maximum Marks in Theory

Maximum Marks in Practical


Total Marks


Hindi (First Language)






English (Second Language)












Social Science












HBSE 10th Exam Passing Criteria: 

  • Candidates need to pass in English and at least in any of the other 4 subjects. That means in 5 subjects with an aggregate of 33 per cent is compulsory to be awarded the Haryana Secondary School certificate.

  • If in case a candidate does not pass in a practical paper he will have to appear for the practicals exam for that subject only.

  • If a candidate is failing by 1 marks the board is allowed to award him that mark but this should not be used to increase the marks of a student.

  • If a candidate is put in a compartment in one subject he will get the corresponding two exams to clear in March and September.