Readmission of SEBA Class 10 Students 2023: Assam SEBA HSLC Re-Admission is now mandatory for Class 10 candidates who failed the SEBA HSLC 2023 examination, as per the issued notification.
Assam SEBA Mandates Re-Admission for Failed HSLC Students
The Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) has recently issued an important notification addressing students who failed in the recently declared SEBA HSLC 2023 Result . As per the official notice, it is mandatory for these students to undergo re-admission for regular classes to continue their academic journey. It is essential to note that only by re-enrolling in Class X will they be eligible to appear in the subsequent examination.
This announcement has been confirmed by the State Education Minister, Ranoj Pegu, through his official Twitter account. Minister Pegu’s tweet emphasizes that students who could not pass the HSLC Examination 2023 must be re-admission to Class X for regular classes. It is a necessary step to ensure their eligibility for future examinations. The Minister further directs students to refer to the SEBA notification for detailed information and guidelines.
SEBA HSLC Re-Admission Guidelines
The critical aspects of the SEBA HSLC Re-Admission Guidelines, which encompass opportunities and requirements for candidates seeking re-admission after failing the HSLC Examination, are as follows.
Choice of School
Candidates who failed the HSLC Examination 2023 have the option to seek re-admission in the same school where they appeared for the exam. However, if the parent school is unable to offer re-admission, candidates are permitted to take admission to any other school within the same examination center.
Retaining the Registration Number
It is important to note that there will be no change in the registration number for candidates seeking re-admission. Candidates must appear in subsequent examinations using the same registration number assigned during their initial attempt.
Elective Subject Change
Candidates who desire to change their elective subject are allowed to do so, but the change must be made before the half-yearly examination. After the half-yearly examination, candidates will not be permitted to change their elective subjects.
Mandatory Half-Yearly Examination
Candidates seeking re-admission as repeaters must appear in the compulsory half-yearly examination of class X. Failing to do so will render candidates ineligible to appear in the subsequent examination.
1. Can I take readmission in class 10th?
Yes, you can take readmission in class 10th.
2. Is Readmission in class 10th mandatory for failed HSLC students?
Yes, as per the official notice, readmission in class 10th is mandatory for failed HSLC students.