Assam Class 10th Board Exam Will Discontinue From 2024 - SEBA & AHSEC Merge
Assam Class10th Board Exam: Yesterday the latest news came regarding the Assam Class 10th board exam, the Assam Chief Minister ‘Himanta Biswa Sarma’ has informed in an event about the discontinuing of the Class 10th Board exam from the next year 2024.
The Secondary Education Board of Assam (SEBA) and Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) will be going to merge next year in accordance with NEP 2020, where the class 10th exam will be conducted at the school level.
Assam’s education system is about to undergo a major shift, with the Secondary Education Board of Assam (SEBA) and the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) merging in 2024.
This decision was made in order to streamline the state’s education system and lessen the workload of pupils and teachers. The merger will ensure that students’ transition from secondary to higher secondary school is more fluid, and that their education is more complete and integrated.
The merger will also make it easier to apply state policies and grants, ultimately providing students with the finest educational experience possible. SEBA and AHSEC have been collaborating on this merger for several years, and it is a significant step forward for the state’s education system.
The merger will undoubtedly benefit students and families, as well as teachers and the education sector as a whole. We look forward to seeing the positive impact it will have on Assam’s future leaders