About PSEB 12th 2019

Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) started Punjab board 12th examinations from March 1 and continued till April 1, 2019. The admit cards were released in February 2019 through schools and students collected it from their respective schools. Practical examinations were held after the theory exams from April 5 to 13, 2019. The result of PSEB 12th 2019 has been declared on May 11, 2019 in the online mode for all streams i.e. science, commerce and humanities. Students will require to enter their roll number to access their class 12th result. Students can download it and keep safe for future reference. Original mark sheet can be collected one month later from the school authorities. PSEB 12th Supplementary exam datesheet is also available on the official website. After clearing the board examination, students can apply to various universities and colleges to pursue higher studies.

Exam level: Intermediate
Frequency: Once a year
Languages Arabic, German +9 More
Conducting Body: Punjab School Education Board
Duration 3 Hours

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PSEB 12th 2019 Important Dates

24 Jul, 2019 - 17 Aug, 2019 Exam - Supplementary | Mode: Offline
11 May, 2019 Result | Mode: Online
05 Apr, 2019 Exam - Practical exams | Mode: Offline
01 Apr, 2019 Exam - Geography | Mode: Offline
29 Mar, 2019 Exam - Mathematics | Mode: Offline
27 Mar, 2019 Exam - Computer Science | Mode: Offline
26 Mar, 2019 Exam - Music (Tabla) | Mode: Offline
25 Mar, 2019 Exam - Economics, Fundamentals of E-Business | Mode: Offline
22 Mar, 2019 Exam - Home Science | Mode: Offline
20 Mar, 2019 Exam - Religion, Music Instrumental, Rural Development & Environment, Sanskrit, Arabic, French, German, Media studies, Biology, Accountancy- II, Rural Development and Environment | Mode: Offline
19 Mar, 2019 Exam - NSQF Subjects - Sangeet Pachun/ Automobiles/ Physical Education/ Information Technology/ Personal Security/ Health & Lifestyle/ Tour & Tourism/ Physical Education & Games/ Agriculture | Mode: Offline
18 Mar, 2019 Exam - Physical Education & Sports | Mode: Offline
16 Mar, 2019 Exam - Environmental Studies | Mode: Offline
15 Mar, 2019 Exam - Computer Application | Mode: Offline
14 Mar, 2019 Exam - Punjabi Elective, Hindi Elective, English Elective, Urdu | Mode: Offline
13 Mar, 2019 Exam - Sociology | Mode: Offline
12 Mar, 2019 Exam - History, Chemistry, Business Economics and Quantitative Maths- II | Mode: Offline
11 Mar, 2019 Exam - Dance, Defence Studies, Agricultural | Mode: Offline
08 Mar, 2019 Exam - Political science, Physics, Business Studies- II | Mode: Offline
07 Mar, 2019 Exam - Philosophy, Geometrical perspective and architectural design, Book Keeping and accountancy, History and appreciation of arts, Education | Mode: Offline
06 Mar, 2019 Exam - Public Administration, Business Organization and management, Gurmat Sangeet, Psychology, Music (Vocal) | Mode: Offline
05 Mar, 2019 Exam - General English | Mode: Offline
01 Mar, 2019 Exam - General Punjabi and Punjab History & Culture | Mode: Offline

PSEB 12th 2019 Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility Criteria as stated by PSEB is as follow-

  • Students who wish to appear for Punjab Board 12th exams must have compulsorily passed class 10th and 11th from Punjab board or any other recognised board. 
  • Students must register themselves for the academic session by filling the application form and paying the required fees to the concerned school authorities.

PSEB 12th 2019 Application Process

Mode of Application : Offline

Mode of Payment : Other

History
Physical features of the Punjab and their influence on its history
Sources of the history of the Punjab
Political, social and economic conditions of the Punjab in the beginning of the 16th century
Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s life and his teachings
Development of sikhism under Guru Angad Dev ji, Guru Amar Das ji and Guru Ram Das ji
Guru Arjan Dev ji and his martyrdom
Guru hargobind ji and transformation of Sikhism
Guru Har Rai ji and Guru Har Krishan ji
Guru Teg Bahadur ji and his martyrdom
Guru Gobind Singh ji, the foundation of khalsa, his battles and his personality
Banda Singh Bahadur
Abdus Samad Khan, Zakaria Khan and Mir Mannu, their relations with the sikhs
Rise of the dal khalsa and its mode of fighting
Social and economic conditions of the Punjab under the mughals
Invasions of Ahmed Shah Abdali and disintegration of mughal rule in the Punjab
Ranjit Singh’s career and conquests
Anglo-sikh relations (1800-1839)
Ranjit Singh’s relations with Afganistan and his N.W.F. policy.
Civil and military administration of Ranjit singh
Character and personality of Ranjit singh
First anglo-sikh war – causes and results
Second anglo-sikh war – causes and results, annexation of the Punjab
General English
Lessons for Intensive study
Poetry
Lessons for Extensive study)
Grammar and composition
Computer science
OOPS
C++ language features
C++ Class concept
Inheritance
Polymorphism
C++ File I/O
Templates
Exception handling
Namespaces
Cast operators
Punjabi
English elective
Dear to all the muses
Literary petals
Select one-act plays
Composition, vocabulary, applied grammar
Hindi
Urdu
Arabic
Sanskrit
French
German
Economics part-A (introductory micro economics)
Introduction
Consumer behavior and demand
Producer behavior and supply
Forms of market and price determination
Economics part-B (introductory macro economics)
National income and related aggregate
Determination of income and employment
Money and banking
Government budget and the economy
Balance of trade and balance of payments
Mathematics
Relations and Functions
Inverse trigonometric functions
Matrices determinants
Continuity and differentiability
Applications of derivatives
Integrals
Applications of the integrals
Differential Equations
Vectors
Three-dimensional geometry
Linear programming
Probability
Business organization and management
Nature and significance of management
Principles of management
Business environment
Planning
Organization
Staffing
Directing
Coordination
Controlling
Business finance
Financial markets
Marketing
Consumer protection
Entrepreneurship development
Book keeping and accountancy
Accounting for not-for-profit organization
Accounting for partnership
Reconstitution of partnership
Dissolution of partnership firm
Accounting for share capital and debentures
Analysis of financial statements
Statement of changes in financial position
Political science
Political system
Some major contemporary political theories
Bureaucracy (civil services)
Electorate
Public opinion
Party system
Interest and pressure groups
Indian democracy
Democracy at grass root
Party system in India
Electoral system
National integration
Foreign policy of India
India and the world
Sociology
Tribal, rural and urban societies in India
Inequalities in Indian society
Structural and cultural change in India
Social problems in Indian society
Public administration
Personnel administration
Financial administration
Audit and its role
Selected approaches
Functional aspects of administration
Leadership, policy formation, planning and decision making
Administration improvement
Administrative law
Religion
Historical
Literary
Reflective
Music (vocal)
Brief history of modern period of hindustani music
Detailed knowledge of tabla and harmonium
Time theory of Ragas
Define and explain the, following terms: varna, kan, khatka, murki,gamak, gayak, gayaki, shudh rag, chhayalg rag, sankiran rag, lakshan geet
Gayak ke gun aur dosh
Definition of that. its characterstics, ten that of bhat khande
Importance of tal in music, place of fine arts in music
Contribution towards music by the following scholars: Bade Gulam Ali Khan, Bhim Sain Joshi, Prof. Baldev Sharan Narang, Faiyaz Khan
Shastri gayan shailies:- dharupad, dhamar, tarana, dhumri, khayal, tappa
Cantribultion of famous folk singers of punjab in folks music, assa singh mastana, surinder kaur, narinder biba, kuldeep manak, kuldeep manak, didar sandhu, parkash kaur
10 alankaras
To write the notations of drut khyals in prescribed
Notation of rupak tal, ek taal, jhaptal, sul taal, tilwara tal, dhamar tal
Recognition of raags from given swar sangaties
Description of prescribed raags
Gurmat sangeet
Brief history of gurmat music
Contribution towards gurmat sangeet by guru arjun dev ji
Introduction of choukie
Brief introduction of famous kirtaniyas of guru period
Raag parkar and mishrit (mixed) raags of guru granth sahib
Life sketch and contribution of towards gurbani sangeet
Definition of following music terms used in gurmat sangeet raag: mahalla, shabad ank, rahao, dhuni (dhun), partal, ghar
Description of the prescribed raags: todi and dhanasari, sarang, baharaiv
Description with ikgun, dugun and chougun of ek taal, jhap taal, rupak taal and teen taal
Recognition of prescribed raags: asavari, dhanasari, bhairav, sarang raags from given swar- sangaties
Notation of shabad- gayan only sathai antra
Music (Instrumental)
History of modern period of hindustani music
Detailed knowledge of the following instruments:-sitar,tabla
Time theory of Ragas
Definition of the following music terms, varna, kan, meend, mizrab, jhalla, chikari, gamak, soot, krintan, zamjama, shudh, chyalag, sankeeran raags
Vadak ke gun our dosh
Definition and principles of thaats. ten thaats of pandit bhatkhande. comparision between raags and thats rules
Importance of taal in music, music and other fine-arts
Contribution towards music by scholars
Development of vadan styles in Indian music
Instruments used in solo performance in indian music. sitar, sarood, sarangi, dilruba, shanai, flute, jattarang, harmonimum,tabla, dhol
10 alankaars
To write the notation of razakhani gats in bhairav, malkauns, bhimplasi and khamaj raags
One slow gat in prescribed raags
One composition in ek taal or jhap taal in prescribed raags
One dhun in any raag
Description of rupak tal, ek taal, tilwada taal, dhamaar taal, sultal and jhap taal with ekgun and dugan layakaries
Knowledge of the structure of your instrument
Music (Tabla)
Definition of the following: uthan, peshkar, paran, tehai, duppali, tippali, rela, nagma
Principles of formation of taal
Essay on importance of laya and taal in music and importance of tabla in music
Comparative study of tabla and pakhawaj vadan
Taal and its ten parans
Brief introduction of gharanas of tabla
Priciples of tabla solo vadan
Biographical sketches of the following tabla maestro
Introduction and notation of the following taals with ikgun, dugun, tigun and chougun layakaries :(i) rupak taal (ii) jhap taal (iii) ek taal (iv) deepchandi (v) teen taal (vi) punjabi theka ( chhota teen taal)
Description and comparison of the taals
Notation of the following material in teen taal, jhap taal, rupak taal: peskhar, kayada, tehai, paran, rela and tukra
Recognition of teen taal, deepchandi, punjabi theka, dhamar, rupak, tivra taals through some bols
Notation of nagama in prescribed taals
Dance
Knowledge of the kathak dance
Definition of the following terms: laya, taal, theka, paran, chakkardaraparan, kavit, gat-nikas
Knowledge of hasta mudras (sanyukta) based on abhinaya darpana
Knowledge of the following dances: bharata natayam, lasya
Life sketch of Udey Shanker
Knowledge of rasa and bhava and their application in dance
Knowledge of folk dance of Punjab
Definition and comparative study of teen taal and jhap taal
Ability to write the following material in prescribed taals given below: teen taal: one thaat, one amad, two tukras, one salami, one paran, two toras, one kavit, jhap taal: one thaat, one tehai, one amad, one salami, one tora
Ability to recognize the layakari (ikgun, dugun, tigun and chougun) through some bole from teen taal and jhap taal
Philosophy
Scientific method
Hypothesis: Its meaning, its place in scientific method
Explanation: its meaning, popular and scientific explanation, kinds and limits of scientific explanation
Propositions: meaning /traditional, analysis of propositions, various divisions of propositions
Knowledge: sources of knowledge, nature and theories of truth
Schools of philosophy: idealism and materialism
Indian philosophy: its nature and salient features
The philosophy of bhagwad-gita-karma yoga, sikhism: its salient features; concepts of sewa
Education
Education in ancient and modern India
Educational Structure: Primary to University (10+2+3)
Educational psychology: its meaning and scope: its importance for the teacher
Management of education
Geography
Nature and scope of geography and its branches
Human resources
Economic geography: types of economic activities
Transport, communication and trade
Geographical perspective on selective issues and problems
Defence studies
Elements of strategy: various definitions, distinctions between grand strategy, strategy and tactics type of strategy
Armed forces of India's neighbours with special reference to Pakistan, china, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Sri lanka
Higher defence organization in India
Elements of evolution of tactics: means of collection and interpreting information troop movements, operational and verbal orders, attack, defence and withdrawal
Higher defence organizations in India
Organization of India's armed forces
Psychology
Growth and development: difference between growth and development, principles of growth and development
Emotions: definition, concept and characteristics of emotions, physical and physiological changes accompanying emotions
Motivation: meaning, definition and characteristics of motivated behavior, classes and types of motives and needs, maslow’s theory of hierarchy of needs
Thinking, reasoning and problem solving: definition, types and stages of thinking-images and thinking – languages and thinking
Delinquency and mental health: delinquent behavior, definition, characteristics, causes, remedial and preventive measures - mental health: meaning and definition - characteristics of a 'mentally healthy person, defence mechanism

PSEB 12th 2019 Preparation Tips

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PSEB class 12 preparation tips-

  • Candidates must cover the whole syllabus and remember not to skip any topic.
  • Revise regularly and make notes about important topics or formulas for revision in the exam days.
  • Eat healthy food, rest properly and exercise in between studies to refresh your mind and body.
  • Students must also practice PSEB class 12 sample papers/ previous year question papers of class 12. It would help them to understand the exam pattern and relieve exam day stress.

The PSEB exam pattern is explained in detail below-

1) PSEB includes four compulsory subjects out of which examination for Environmental Education and Computer Science will be conducted at school level only. Marks or grades after the evaluation are sent to boards. The marks division for theory exam, practical and internal assessment is listed below.

Compulsory subjects mark distribution       

            

Subject

        
            

Theory Marks

        
            

Practical Marks

        
            

CCE Marks

        
            

Total Marks

        
            

Min. Pass Marks

        
            

General English

        
            

65

        
            

-

        
            

10

        
            

75

        
            

25

        
            

General Punjabi/ Punjab History and Culture

        
            

65

        
            

-

        
            

10

        
            

75

        
            

25

        
            

Environmental Education

        
            

45

        
            

-

        
            

5

        
            

50

        
            

17

        
            

Computer Science

        
            

50

        
            

40

        
            

10

        
            

100

        
            

33

        


2) In addition to compulsory subjects, students need to opt for elective subjects from a group of the following subjects:

Group 1 Science (Mainly includes theory paper of 70 marks, 20 marks for practical and 10 marks for CCE)

Group 2 Humanities (Includes a theory paper of 90 marks and internal assessment of 10 marks, languages like French or German may also have 20 marks for the practical exam)

Group 3 Commerce (Includes a theory paper of 65 marks and CCE of 10 marks)

Group 4 Technical 

Group 5 Agriculture

3) Students might also opt for one additional subject in addition to three elective subjects from groups of science, humanities or agriculture.

While preparing for the exams, candidates must practice with previous years question papers and model test papers which aid to know the exam pattern, marking scheme and typology of questions. These question paper also help the candidates to analyze their performance and prepare accordingly. One should try to solve these papers in the stipulated time as it will develop time management skills.

Documents Required at Exam

  • Admit Card
  • School ID Card

Punjab School Education Board has declared PSEB class 12th result on May 11, 2019 at 11:30 am in a press conference. After a few hours candidates will be able to check their result online by entering their login credentials - name or roll number. Class 12 result mentions candidates name, roll number, subjects, marks obtained in theory and practical, total marks. Check for the accuracy of details, as it is an important document to get admission for higher studies.

How to check PSEB 12th result 2019?

Step 1: Visit the official website: pseb.ac.in.

Step 2: Click on the link as 'PSEB class 12 result for 2019'.

Step 3: Enter Roll number or Name in the login window.

Step 4: Click on the respective button named as 'Get Results'.

Step 5: The result will be displayed on the screen.

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2019 General 33
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SC 33
ST 33

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