GSEB HSC Time Table 2020
Updated on Dec 31, 2019 - 8:58 p.m. IST by Saumya.Srivastava
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GSEB HSC Time Table 2020 - Gujarat Board has released the GSEB Class 12 time table 2020 for Science, Arts and Commerce on December 31, 2019 on gseb.org in online mode. Gujarat Board 12th date sheet 2020 contains exam dates, timing and exam day instructions. GSEB HSC time table 2020 will help the students to make an effective time table and prepare accordingly. Students can also check the exam day instructions on GSEB HSC 2020 time table and follow them strictly. GSEB HSC exams 2020 are scheduled to be held from March 5 to March 21, 2020. Therefore, students should buck up for the exam preparation using GSEB HSC time table 2020. As per GSEB 12th time table 2020, HSC exams will be conducted in two slots- morning from 10:30 am to 1:45 pm and evening from 3 pm to 6:30 pm. Thus, students must reach the examination hall at least half an hour earlier to the exam conduction. Scroll down to know complete GSEB HSC time table 2020 and exam day instructions.
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GSEB HSC Time Table 2020

Students can go through the GSEB HSC exam date 2020 which is provided in the table below. Know the stream-wise exam dates and timing and plan your study schedule accordingly.

GSEB HSC Time Table 2020 for Science

Date

Subject (Exam Timings - 3pm – 6:30pm)

March 5, 2020

Physics

March 7, 2020

Chemistry

March 11, 2020

Biology

March 12, 2020

First language - Gujarati/Hindi/Marathi/Urdu/Sindhi/Tamil/ Gujarati (second language)/ Hindi (second language)/ Sanskrit/Farsi/ Arabi/Prakrit

March 14, 2020

Mathematics

March 16, 2020

English – First Language & Second Language

GSEB HSC Time Table 2020 for General Stream

Date

Subject (Exam timing- 10:30 am - 1:45 pm)

Subject (Exam timing- 3 pm – 6:30 pm)

March 5, 2020

Sahkar Panchayat

Accountancy

March 6, 2020

History

Statistics

March 7, 2020

Agricultural education, Home science, Textile science, Poultry and Dairy Science, Van Aushadhi

Philosophy

March 11, 2020


Economics

March 12, 2020

Secretariat practices and Commerce

Geography

March 13, 2020

Social Science

Business Administration

March 14, 2020

-

Psychology

March 16, 2020

Music Ethics

First language - Gujarati/Hindi/Marathi/Urdu/Sindhi/English/Tamil

March 17, 2020

-

Hindi (second language)

March 18, 2020

-

Gujarati (SL) / English (SL)

March 19, 2020

Painting (Theoretical)

Painting (Practical)

Computer

March 20, 2020

-

Sanskrit/Farsi/Arabi/Prakrit

March 21, 2020

Rajyashastra

Sociology

GSEB HSC Time Table 2020 - Practical Exams

Students are advised to consult their respective school authorities to know the GSEB 12th practical exam dates and timing and exam centre. From next year, the GSEB 12th practicals will be held at designated examination centres in the district where the examiners, resource material and question papers will be provided by the Board.

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GSEB HSC Time Table 2020 - Compartment Exams

Students can refer to the table below to know the GSEB 12th Class time table for the compartment exams. They are advised to go through the GSEB HSC syllabus for compartment exams to prepare for the exams in a planned manner.

GSEB Class 12 Compartment Time Table 2020 (Tentative)

Date and Day of Examination

Subject Name and Code

Exam Time

July 11, 2020 (Saturday)

  • Mathematics (050)

  • Geology (056)

10:30 am to 2:00 pm

3:00 pm to 6:30 pm

July 13, 2020 (Monday)


  • Chemistry (052)

  • English (First Language) (006)

  • English (Second Language) (013)

10:30 am to 2:00 pm

3:00 pm to 6:30 pm


3:00 pm to 6:30 pm

July 14, 2020 (Tuesday)


  • Gujarati (First Language) (001)

  • Hindi (First Language) (002)

  • Marathi (First Language) (003)

  • Urdu (First Language) (004)

  • Sindhi (First Language) (005)

  • Tamil (First Language) (007)

  • Gujarati (Second Language) (008)

  • Hindi (Second Language) (009)

  • Sanskrit (129)

  • Farsi (130)

  • Arabic (131)

  • Tamil (132)











10:30 am to 2:00 pm

July 15, 2020 (Wednesday)


  • Common Flow

  • Use Northern Fundamental Flow

  • Professional Flow

  • Compatible Centrally



3:00 pm to 6:15 pm

Computer Education (Theoretical)

3:00 pm to 5:15 pm

How to download GSEB Class 12 Time Table 2020?

Students can follow the steps mentioned below to know how to download the GSEB HSC time table 2020.

  • Visit the official website, gseb.org.

  • Select Gujarat Board Class 12 Time Table from the home page.

  • Download the GSEB HSC date sheet 2020.

  • Take a print of the same and make your study schedule accordingly.

GSEB HSC Time Table 2020 - Exam Day Instructions

Students must go through the GSEB HSC exam day instructions which are released with the GSEB Class 12 time table.

  • Students must reach the examination hall at least 30 minutes earlier than the scheduled time as they will be given an extra 15 minutes time for going through the question paper.

  • They must not use any unfair means as in this case they will be expelled from the exam hall straight away.

  • As per the instructions in the GSEB HSC time table 2020, students must bring their own stationery as sharing the same with anybody is not allowed in the exam hall.

  • They are not supposed to use any electronic gadget such as calculators, mobile, etc. in the examination hall.

  • Students must remember that they are not allowed to write anything on the GSEB HSC admit card even with the pencil.

GSEB HSC Exams Preparation Tips 2020

Students must prepare for the GSEB HSC exams in a very planned manner as Class 12th acts as building block in a student’s life. Go through some of the simple but effective preparation tips and tricks using GSEB HSC date sheet to ace the exams.

  • Complete the GSEB Class 12 syllabus at the earliest. This will enable you to give ample time for proper revision.

  • Refer to the GSEB HSC time table 2020 to know the exam date and timing. Also, go through the exam day instructions and follow them obediently.

  • Solve the previous years’ GSEB HSC question papers to know the exam pattern, difficulty level and important topics of the exams.

  • In addition to following the GSEB HSC time table 2020, Make personal notes of the portion covered. This will make revision part easy for you. Try to understand the basic concepts instead of simply mugging up.

  • After completing the syllabus and solving the question papers, students must devote maximum time to proper revision. This will give the final touch to their preparation and let them score well in the GSEB HSC result 2020.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - GSEB HSC Time Table 2020

Question: What is the timing of the GSEB HSC exams?

Answer:

GSEB HSC exams will be conducted in two slots- morning from 10:30 am to 1:45 pm and evening from 3 pm to 6:30 pm.

Question: When will the GSEB HSC practical exams be held?

Answer:

Students are advised to communicate with their respective school authorities to know the complete details about GSEB HSC practical Time Table and exam centre.

Question: What are the passing marks in the GSEB HSC exams 2020?

Answer:

Students need to score at least 33 per cent marks per subject in order to pass the GSEB HSC exams 2020.

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I will pass 12 hsc gseb exam with 70% . can I give second attempt next year?

Koyel Bagchi 8th Feb, 2020

Hello,

To give amy exam there is no boundary about your present score.

But if you have the chances with this score then you must utilize it.

If you think you have the confidence to gain better in next attempt only then you can go for it.

Hope for the best.

Thank you.

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I failed in 12th in GSEB in 2019 I want to reappear in 2020 but there r changes in the syllabus in GSEB so in which one syllabus can i give exam?

LAKSHMI AMBIKA 6th Feb, 2020

Hello,

You need to give appear your exam with the new syllabus. and the old syllabus is no longer used.

Be prepared for that

Hope it helps.

All the best.

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For jee advanced we need 75% aggregate. Which subjects(also mention for practicals marks inclusion) are included in that aggregation in GSEB boards? Also what was percentage of students scoring 90 percentile in GSEB HSC exam?

Sonali Sahu Student Expert 3rd Feb, 2020

Hello,

Here is the eligibility criteria for admission into IIT through JEE Main:-

  1. Candidate should have qualified jee advance exam  to apply for counselling process
  2. Students must have secured 75% aggregate marks in 12th exam. For reservation categories the percentage considered is 65% percentage.

This says that your all subjects are taken into consideration which means that if you have secured a percentage above 75% in 12th final year exam then only you can take part in counselling.

HSC percentage is not taken into consideration. Only 12th percentage is  kept in the eligibility criteria.

For more information please visit the link below:-

https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-advanced-counselling-and-seat-allotment

Hope it helps!

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I have failed last year gseb Hsc science in PCB and this year I appearing the exam in main three subjects.so Can I give a gujcet exam this year with failed marksheet??!!

Aditi Amrendra Student Expert 8th Jan, 2020
Hello,



No, you cannot appear for GUJCET.
In order to be eligible, a candidate must have passed Class 12th with PCM/ PCB stream with a minimum of 45% of marks.


I hope this helps.
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Hi,im given the exam Gseb Hsc science last year but i failed in main 3 subjects(pcb).so i will attempt the exam this year march 2020 only 3 subjects...nd this year syllabus was changed...so which syllabus I read..im so confused . current syllbaus(NCERT) or Old syllabus!??plz suggest me soon !!!

Shirin Pajnoo 25th Nov, 2019

Greetings!

i am not sure, but since you'll be appearing for examinations that you haven't cleared previously, I think it would be based on the old syllabus because if there are significant changes in the syllabus and you haven't been trained about that, they cant't ask you the questions. However, please contact your school or the board centre for being fully sure about this.

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