Education department announces examination fees for standard 10 and 12 board students
The Gujarat Education Department has announced the board examination fees after the government decided to conduct the next board examination after online education during the coronation period. However, sisters and the disabled are exempted from board examination fees.
Gujarat education department announced board exam fee
Examination fee for standard 10 has been fixed at Rs 355
The standard 12 is Rs 490 for general stream and Rs 605 for science stream.
The Gujarat Education Department has announced the fees for board exams to be held in the state. However, the most important thing is that the sisters and the disabled are exempted from the examination fees of the board.
Board examination fee has been announced by the Department of Education. In which the examination fee for standard 10 has been fixed at Rs 355. The fee is Rs 490 for standard 12 general streams and Rs 605 for science streams.
Standard 10-12 board exam is likely to be held in the month of May
A few days ago, the education department was ready for the standard 10 and 12 board exams. According to the information received, the examination form will be filled after landing and the examination will be held in the month of May.
A practice is being conducted to ensure that the board examination is on time. Special efforts are being made to ensure that the program decided by the Education Department is followed. The Education Department has started working to ensure that there is no loss in the board examination.
It may be mentioned that during the Corona period it was decided by the state government to start a school for students from 9th to 12th grade.
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