About Assam HSLC 2021
High School Leaving Certification Examination (HSLC) of Assam are conducted by Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA). Assam HSLC 2021 application process is held in the month of November through respective schools. Students who have passed class 9 are eligible for Assam HSLC 2021 exams. Here is the overview of Assam HSLC exams 2021:
Latest update: SEBA has released the Assam HSLC 2021 routine. Check exam dates now.
- Assam 10th exams 2021 are conducted for Maths, English, Social Science, Hindi, Assamese, General Science and other subjects.
- The exams will start on May 11, 2021, and will conclude on June 1, 2021.
- Approximately 3 lakh students will appear for the SEBA HSLC 2021 exams of Assam board.
- Assam HSLC 2021 exams will be conducted in two sessions – Morning (9 am to 12 noon) and Afternoon (1.30 pm to 4.30 pm).
- One of the best ways to prepare for Assam 10th exams is solving the last years' question papers or sample papers. It helps students to know about important aspects of Assam HSLC syllabus, exam pattern, marking scheme, types of questions, and difficulty level of the SEBA HSLC exam 2021.
- SEBA HSLC result 2021 will be released by July 7, 2021, on sebaonline.org and other alternative websites. Students can check their results by entering their number and roll number.
Assam HSLC 2021 Highlights
|Full Exam Name||Assam High School Leaving Certificate Examination|
|Short Exam Name||Assam HSLC|
|Conducting Body||Board of Secondary Education, Assam|
|Frequency of Conduct||Once a year|
|Languages||Arabic, Assamese +4 More|
|Mode of Application||Offline|
|Mode of Exam||Offline|
|Exam Duration||3 Hours|
Assam HSLC 2021 Important Dates
Upcoming Dates and Events
04 Mar, 2021
Exam - Practical - Computer Science, Fine Art, Garment Designing, Music | Mode: Offline
05 Mar, 2021
Exam - Practical - Wood Craft, Weaving and Textile Design, Dance, Retail Trades NSQF, IT/ITES, Private Security, Health Care, Agriculture and horticulture, Tourism and hospitality, Home Science | Mode: Offline
11 May, 2021
Exam - English | Mode: Offline
13 May, 2021
Exam - Assamese | Mode: Offline
15 May, 2021
Exam - Wood Craft, Retail Trades, IT/ITES, Private Security, Health Care, Agriculture and horticulture, Tourism and hospitality | Mode: Offline
17 May, 2021
Exam - General Mathematics | Mode: Offline
18 May, 2021
Exam - Fiqh & Aqualad, Music, Dance, Weaving and Textile Design | Mode: Offline
19 May, 2021
Exam - Manipuri, Bodo, Santhali | Mode: Offline
21 May, 2021
Exam - MIL/ English | Mode: Offline
22 May, 2021
Exam - Fine Art | Mode: Offline
25 May, 2021
Exam - General Science | Mode: Offline
29 May, 2021
Exam - Social Science | Mode: Offline
31 May, 2021
Exam - Hindi (E), Arabic Literature, Garment Designing | Mode: Offline
01 Jun, 2021
Exam - Sanskrit Arabic Persian Advanced Mathematics History Geography Home Science Nepali Computer Science, Bengali | Mode: Offline
Assam HSLC 2021 Eligibility Criteria
A student will have to meet some eligibility conditions to appear for Assam HSLC exams 2021. Here are the major eligibility criteria of Assam HSLC 2021:
- A student must have cleared 9th standard and studying the 10th standard from a SEBA affiliated school in order to be eligible for Assam HSLC exam 2021.
- They also need to fulfil the minimum attendance criteria in class 10th as specified by the Assam Board.
- Only students whose HSLC applications are accepted by the board and have received the admit card will be allowed to write the SEBA HSLC exam 2021.
Assam HSLC 2021 Application Process
Mode of Application : Offline
Mode of Payment : Other
- The application process for Assam 10th exams is started the month of November.
- Students can apply for SEBA HSLC exams 2021 by filling in the application form through respective schools.
- They also need to pay the required examination fees to apply successfully for Assam HSLC 2021.
- Students who belong to Below Poverty Line (BPL) category need not pay any examination fee except the centre fee.
Assam HSLC 2021 Syllabus
Essay writing/ application
Grammar and composition
|One seen, another unseen prose passage|
|Translation/ substance writing (prose), essay/ story writing, letter writing/ report writing|
|Determiners, tense forms, voice, narration, preposition, vocabulary, synthesis of sentences, verb phrases, sentence correction (clauses, modals, etc)|
|A letter to God|
|Nelson Mandela: Long walk to freedom|
|Glimpses of India (tea from Assam)|
|A tiger in the zoo|
|The tale of custard the dragon|
Supplementary reader: (Footprints without feet)
|The midnight visitor|
|Footprints without feet|
|A baker from Goa|
|The thief's story|
|Dust of snow|
|How to tell wild animals|
|Substance writing of either a prose piece or a poem|
Chemical reactions and equations
Acids bases and salts
Metals and non metals
Carbon and its compounds
Periodic classification of elements
Control and coordination
How do organisms reproduce
Heredity and evolution
Light-reflection and refraction
Human eye and colourful world
Magnetic effects of electric current
Sources of energy
Pair of Linear equations in two variables
Introduction to trigonometry
Areas related to circles
Surface areas and volumes
|Partition Bengal, swadeshi movement: The partition of Bengal, swadeshi movement, consequences of the swadeshi movement, swadeshi movement and national congress, anti movement actions of the government|
|Rise of Gandhi era and his role in freedom movement: Rise of Gandhi, Rowlett act, Satyagrahas or non-violence movement, the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, Khilafat movement, the non-cooperation movement, end of non-cooperation movement|
|Rise of Gandhi era and his role in freedom movement: Simon commission, civil disobedience movement, Gandhi-Irwin pact, the second round table conference, restarting of the civil disobedience movement, quit India movement, declaration of june 3, 1947|
|Rise of Gandhi era and his role in freedom movement: Indian independence act, 1947, birth of independent India|
|Anti-British risings and peasant revolts in Assam: Anti-British uprising in Assam, revolt of 1857 in India and its impact on Assam, rise of peasant's revolt in Assam|
|Indian freedom movement and national awakening in Assam: Growth of Assamese nationalism, asomiya bhasa unnati sadhini sabha, Jonaki age, Assam association, Assam provincial congress committee, swadeshi movement and Assam|
|Indian freedom movement and national awakening in Assam: The non-cooperation movement and Assam|
|Cultural heritage of India and north east region: North east, Assam, literature, religion, art and paintings, sculptures, architecture, folk culture|
|Economic geography-subject matter and resource: Definition and subject matter of economic geography, meaning and importance of resource, classification and use of resources, use of resources and conservation|
|Environment and environmental problems: Introduction, the meaning of environment, environmental problem, major environmental problems|
|Geography of world: Brief introduction of the earth, distribution of continents and oceans, distribution and characteristics of the oceans|
|Geography of Assam: Population and settlement, resources of Assam, economy of Assam|
|Indian democracy: Introduction, ideals of the constitution, the federal characteristics of the Indian political system, parliamentary democracy in India|
|International organization-the united nations organization and others: The objectives of the united nations and its organs, the UNO and the world peace, other important international organizations|
|Money and banking: Barter system, disadvantages of the barter system, evolution of money: A brief account, what is money, characteristics of money, functions of money, types of money, role of money, drawbacks of money, concept of bank|
|Economic development: Economic growth, economic development, human development, economic planning, NITI Aayog, democratic planning, economic planning in India, liberalisation, privatisation, globalisation|
Advanced mathematics (E)
Arithmetic of integers
Application of common logarithm
Permutation and combination
Growth of imperialism and nationalism
The first world war
World between 1919-1939
The second world war
The United Nations organization
Foreign policy of India
Physical geography-geomorphic processes
|Concept of region and regional geography, regional geography of the world|
Regional geography of India
Computer science (E)
Introduction to the internet
Inserting images and creating tables in HTML 5
Links and frames
Societal impact of information technology
Wood craft (E)
Wood working machines
Staining and polishing
Classification of timber
Grain structure and growth of trees
Felling of trees
Music (E) (vocal and instrumental)
Vocal and instrument
|Notation of-(i) three bada kheyal (Bhatkhande and Poluskar system) or Masitkhani gat, (ii) one Dhamar or Drut gat (other than trital) of the following ragas-Asawari Bihag, Malkonsh|
|Short notes of the following: Kheyal, Dhrupad Dhamar, Tarana, Lokshan Geet, Sargam, Lokageet , Bargeet, Purbanga Raga, Uttaranga Raga, Gamak, Meend, Nad, Masitkhani, Chikari, Akarsha, Apakarsha, Mijrab, Jaba and Sandhiprakash|
|Description of the following Ragas-Asawari, Khambaj, Malkonsh|
|Time concept of ragas|
|Short notes on the Hindustani and Karnataki music style|
|Qualities and drawbacks of a musician|
|Life sketch of: Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande, Vishnu Digambar Poluskar, Jyoti Prasad Agarwala|
|Comparison of Jhaptal and Sooltal, Rupak and Teora, Ektal and Sooltal, Tukda and Paran, Quida and Rela, Chakradar and Tehai|
|Definition of Tukda, Quida, Gat, Jati, Yati, Rela, Peshkar, Chakradar and Avartan with example|
|Qualities and drawbacks of a tabla player|
|Classification of instruments-Tat Vadya, Ghana Vadya, Susirr Vadya and Avanaddha Vadya|
|Life sketch of Kishan Maharaj, Zakir Hussain and Anokhe Lal Mishra|
Vocal and instrument, and tabla/ pakhawaj
|Notation writing of the following Talas in Dugun, Tingun and Chougun-trital, Ektal, Choutal, Sooltal|
Theory common to all Indian classical dance forms
|Meaning of Siras, Griva, Dristy Bhedas|
|Nine Rasas and their meaning|
|Cosmic dancer Shiva|
|Significance of various parts of Shiva and Krishna|
|Brief knowledge about Bharat muni's 'Natya shastra' and Nandikeswara's 'Abhinaya Darpana'|
|Different Rasleelas performed in Manipur|
|Costumes of Lord Krishna and Radha|
|Knowledge of notations of talas like Tanchep, Menkup, Chali|
|Definitions of that, Primalu, Kabit, Gat Bhava, Paran and Tukra|
|Brief life sketches of Birju Maharaj, Uday Sanka|
|Name various musical instruments, costume and ornaments used in kathak|
|Ability to write notation of the bol in Dhamar, Choutal, Jhaptal and Trital|
|Description of Astapadi, Padam and Tillana|
|Various ragas and talas of all the Bharat Natyam items|
|Origin and development of Sattriya dance|
|Traditionat costumes and ornaments of Sattriya dance|
|Knowledge of Anga, Pratyanga and upanga|
|General knowledge of folk dances of Assam|
|Contribution of Sri Manta Sankar Deva to Sattriya dance|
|Detailed knowledge of Nritta, Nritya, and Natya|
|Knowledge about Mahakavi Jaydeva and few renowned lyricists of Orissa|
|Knowledge of various ragas and talas used in oddissi dance|
Fine art (E)
The difference between fine arts and crafts and its need in our life and society
Indian miniature painting
Modern art in Assam, a historical perspective
Weaving and textile design (E)
|Traditional design in India|
Traditional designs of north east
|Traditional designs of north east|
|Assamese traditional design|
|Bodo, Rabha traditional design|
|Mising traditional design|
|Manipuri traditional design|
|Arunachal traditional design|
Ornamentation of fabric
|Ornamentation of fabric by weaving|
|Development of decorative design by weaving|
|Ornamentation of fabric by tie and dye|
|Ornamentation of fabric by batik|
Dyeing of silk
|Conventional method of silk dyeing|
|Dyeing of silk with acid dye|
|Dyeing of silk with basic dye|
Garment designing (E)
|Estimation of cost|
Study of Indian traditional wears
Market survey and analysis of different types
Home science (E)
Food and nutrition
|Balance diet-meaning and its importance, factors to be considered in formulation of balanced diet, age, sex, occupation, income, family size, climatic condition, activities, special condition|
|Deficiency diseases-anaemia, goitre, scurvy, rickets, beriberi, pellegra, night blindness, kwashiorkor, marasmus, karatomalacia and their preventive measures|
Child-development and family studies
|Beginning of life-conception, growth during prenatal life|
|Care of the pregnant mother and preparation for child birth|
|Breast milk-advantages and disadvantages of breast milk|
Clothing and textiles
|Laundering-principles to be followed in laundering of different textiles/ articles|
|Importance of soft water in laundering, methods of making hard water soft|
|Equipment for laundering, soap and detergents, bleaching, stiffening agents|
|Principles of design-applicable to Interior decoration-proportion, balance, rhythm, emphasis, harmony|
|Colour scheme-primary colour, secondary colour, intermediate or tertiary colour etc|
|Use of colours in different rooms|
|Principle and types of flower arrangement|
|The main principles of flower arrangement, type of flower arrangement|
Grammar and composition
Each student will have to appear for both theory as well as practical exams. The duration of each exam is 3 hours (180 minutes) and the total marks for all the Assam HSLC exams are 600. In SEBA HSLC exams, 30% questions are easy and 50% are average whereas only 20% tough questions are asked.
SEBA HSLC 2021 Subject-wise Exam Pattern
|Subject||Theory||Internal||Total Mark||Passing Marks|
- Previous year question papers of 10th class exam are provided by the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA).
- Students can download the question papers using the link given above.
- Practising with these question papers will aid them to prepare for the exam.
- It will introduce students with exam pattern, marking scheme, typology of questions asked in the exam.
- Students should solve the question papers in the stipulated time to increase their speed to write the exam.
Assam HSLC 2021 Admit Card
- The board will release the SEBA HSLC 2021 admit cards in April 2021.
- The admit cards are first sent to the zones and further distributed to the schools. Students can collect the admit card from their respective schools.
- Assam HSLC admit card 2021 will comprise the candidate’s roll number, exam name and code, registration number and other important details.
- Assam HSLC 2021 admit card is a must-have document to appear for the exams.
- No school allows the candidates to write the exams without admit card.
Documents Required at Exam
- School Identity Proof
- Admit Card
SEBA will release the Assam 10th exam results 2021 by July 7, 2021. Assam HSLC result 2021 will be made available online through the official website: resultsassam.nic.in. To check the result, candidates need to use their roll number. The board issues the original mark sheet and passing certificate after the declaration of the result. The board allows students to apply for re-evaluation within 15 days from the date of the result.
Here are the steps to check the SEBA HSLC Result 2021
- Click on the link of HSLC result 2021 after visiting the official website: sebaonline.org.
- A login window will open on the screen. Enter roll number and number in the specified fields.
- Then fill the digits as shown on the result screen and click on the submit button.
- Assam HSLC 2021 result will open on the screen. Take a printout of the same and keep it safe for further references.
Qualifying Marks Trend
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question: What are the dates of Assam HSLC 2021 exams?
Assam HSLC theory exams 2021 will be conducted from May 11 to June 1, 2021.
Question: What is the full name of HSLC?
HSLC refers to the High School Leaving Certificate which is awarded to Assam students who qualify class 10 exams.
Question: What are the passing marks for Assam HSLC 2021 exams?
33% in each subject and in aggregate are the minimum passing marks for SEBA HSLC exams.
Question: Where can I apply for Assam HSLC 2021 exam?
Students can apply for SEBA HSLC 2021 exams in offline mode through their respective schools.
Questions related to Assam HSLC
what is the syllabus of Hindi hslc
HOpe you are doing good.
Coming to your question, I have shared with you a link below that will give you the course content of class 9 and 10, which contains the syllabus of Hindi :
Do prepare well.
will the compartmental exam of HSLC (2020) be held?
The AHSEC compartmental exams are conducted for the students who are not able to clear the regular board exams in their first attempt.
They is no update regarding the same due to this covid-19 situation. But they are likely to happen this year, once the school and colleges will be reopen. It is still to be notified by the authorities.
Hope you understood:)
why any one cant select urdu as MIL as it is given in syllabus
if you are facing any problem while opting for subjects then take help from teachers. they are the only person who understand the conduct of the college , board and need of students.
have a discussion with them and share your problems you are facing. they will surely help you know what is the reason behind it.
Which is the best way to prepare for Seba board exam of stream science?
I would like to give you some tips for preparation of your SEBA board exams.
- Organize your study space
- Use flow charts and diagrams
- Practice on old exam papers
- Go through important topics
- Practice mock test, it will improve your time management
- Plan your exam day
For more details such as syllabus and marking scheme please refer to the following link
i hope you understand this information
all the best
Q :- which date Music partical progremme will held HSLC Exm.2020 ?
The practical examination for music is on 21 January 2020 from 9 AM to 12 PM.
The HSLC examination 2020 for music will be held on 11 February 2020 , Tuesday in the morning shift.
The examination will from 9 AM to 12 PM.
Also, only blank ink will be allowed for writing answers in the examination hall. No phones or calculators are allowed.
For more details, please check the link below:
Hope this helps!