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DETAILS OF RAJASTHAN BOARD 2018: ELIGIBILITY, RESULT

  • The Rajasthan Board for school education is referred to as Board of Secondary Education Rajasthan.
  • The board is abbreviated as BSER and it is the board for school level education in the state.
  • Usually, people called it RBSE Board.
  • BSER is the state agency with her headquarters in Ajmer
  • This board is responsible for development and promotion of secondary education in the state.
  • The board came into existence in the year 1957 under the Rajasthan Secondary Education Act 1957.

Examinations:

  • BSER holds the responsibility of conducting the following examinations in the state:
    • National Talent Search Examination
    • Science Talent Search Examination
    • Varishtha Upadhyay Pariksha (10+2) Sanskrit Shiksha
    • Praveshika Pariksha (+10) Sanskrit Shiksha
    • Senior Secondary Examination (10+2) (Arts/Science/Commerce)
    • Class 11th Vocational Examination
    • Secondary School and Vocational Examination
    • Class 9 Vocational Examination.
  • It is compulsory for schools preparing students for the following examinations in the state to get permission from the board:
    • Varshitha Upadhyyay Exam
    • Senior Secondary (Academic/vocational) examination
    • Praveshika Exam
    • Secondary Exam
  • Of the many examinations conducted by the BSER, Praveshika, secondary, senior secondary and Varishtha Upadhyay Pariksha are the most popular.

Praveshika Examination:

  • The Praveshika examination conducted by the BSER is equivalent to the class X examination.
  • The difference from secondary school examination conducted by the board is that Praveshika refers to Sanskrit medium class X examination.
  • The papers in this examination are:
    • Hindi
    • English
    • English New
    • Science
    • Social Science
    • Mathematics
    • Sanskrit V
  • For each paper, the exam is conducted for three hours and 15 minutes.
  • The maximum marks allotted for each paper is 80.

Secondary Examination:

  • This is the English medium class X examination conducted by BSER
  • The papers in this test are as follows:
    • Hindi
    • English
    • English New
    • Science
    • Social Science
    • Maths
    • Sanskrit TL
    • Urdu
    • Gujarati TL
    • Sindhi TL
    • Punjabi TL
    • Hindi-D-D
    • Science-D-D
    • Social Science-D-D
    • Maths-D-D
  • Of the above-mentioned papers, those marked as TL at the end are third language papers
  • Candidates can choose any one of these TL papers.
  • The papers with D-D at the end are conducted for duration four hours and 15 minutes. The maximum mark for these papers is 80. The reason for extra hours is that D-D stands for Deaf and Dumb candidates.
  • The test duration for other papers is three hours and 15 minutes and they are also conducted for 80 marks maximum.

Senior Secondary:

  • BSER similar to other boards in India offers Senior secondary students to choose either arts, science or commerce stream
  • The papers in this examination are as follows:
    • Hindi – C-D-D
    • Hindi – C
    • English – C
    • Computer Science – Opt
    • Informatics Practice – Opt
    • Multimedia Webtech – Opt
    • Public Administration – D-D
    • Political Science
    • Economics
    • Political Science – D-D
    • Political Science
    • Sanskrit Sahitya
    • History – D-D
    • History
    • Geography
    • Geography – D-D
    • Maths
    • Music – V- I
    • Drawing – D-D
    • Drawing
    • Home Science
    • Psychology
    • English Literature
    • Hindi Sahitya
    • Hindi Sahitya – D-D
    • Udru Sahitya
    • Sindhi Sahitya
    • Gujarati Sahitya
    • Punjabi Sahitya
    • Rajathani Sahitya
    • Persian Sahitya
    • Sociology – D-D
    • Sociology
    • Accountancy
    • Business Studies
    • SH-HD-Hindi
    • Hindi – T
    • Type English
    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • Biology
    • Agriculture
    • Philosophy
  • Here, papers with the term C at the end are compulsory papers, while those with Opt at the end are optional papers.
  • Test for all papers are conducted for 80 marks.
  • For all papers, the duration is three hours and 15 minutes and for D-D papers alone the time is four hours and 15 minutes as these papers are for deaf and dumb candidates.

Varishtha Upadhyay Pariksha:

  • This test is similar to that of senior secondary. Of course, the difference is the Sanskrit medium and English medium of education.
  • The papers in this examination are as follows:
    • Hindi – C
    • English – C
    • Economics
    • Political Science
    • History
    • Geography
    • Home Science
    • English literature
    • Hindi Sahitya
    • Sociology
    • Biology
    • Shukla Yajurveda
    • Atharvaved
    • Nayay Darshanam
    • Jain Darshan
    • Nimbark Darshan
    • Vyakaran Shastra
    • Sahitya Shastram
    • Puranethihas
    • Dharma Shastram
    • Jyotish Shastram
    • Sanskrit Vangamay
  • Similar to that of papers in other exams, the papers in this course is also conducted for 80 mark maximum
  • The test duration of three hours and 15 minutes for each paper.

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