Goa SSC And HSSC Exams Dates Announced, Check At www.gbshse.info

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The SSC (Class 10) Board Exam 2020 and HSSC (Class 12) Board Exam 2020 dates have been announced by the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE). Since Goa is in the green zone, the state government has permitted conduct of exams for pending papers for Class 12 and for all subjects of Class 10, when the current phase of lockdown ends. Ramakrishna Samant, Board chairman, said that HSSC examinations would be held from May 20 to May 22 (for the pending papers), while the SSC exams for all papers would commence from May 21 onwards. He added that a detailed time table would be released soon. Students can also find details regarding the exam dates on the official website – www.gbshse.info

Revised Date Sheet of Goa board exams 2020

Events Dates 
 Commencement of class 10 exams May 21, 2020
 Class 12 exams [ Pending exams only] May 20, 2020

Goa board usually conducts annual examinations in the months of March-April. Since there are no active coronavirus cases currently, the state falls under the green zone. The board announced the dates after getting permission from the state government. Earlier this week, Pramod Sawant, Chief Minister, had said that HSSC and SSC examinations would be held after the phase 3 lockdown ends on May 17.

Earlier, Vandana Rao, Goa Education Minister, had released a circular on March 20, 2020, announcing that due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the country, all examinations for students from classes 9 to 12 which were scheduled to be conducted from March 21, 2020, stood postponed until further orders, including the board exams of class 10 and 12.

About Goa Board

GBSHSE (Goa Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education) was established on May 27, 1975 under “The Goa, Daman and Diu Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board Act, 1975”. It is the main state board of education in Goa and is responsible for secondary and higher secondary education management in its affiliated schools. Its main aims include:

  • Granting recognition to schools in the state of Goa.
  • Paying special attention to the maintenance of standards in secondary and higher secondary education.
  • To facilitate educational and professional advancement of socially and educationally backward communities.

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