Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) Admit Card released

Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC)  Admit Card released

The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) has released the Admit Card (Hall Ticket) of Assam Board HSC 2019 yesterday. Respective schools will be able to collect the Admit Card from the office of the Board, said an IE report. The Admit Card will also be sent through post to some schools located in far off locations upon request, noted the report.

Kamal Gogoi, secretary AHSEC said, “The board has started the process of distributing admit card from Wednesday. There are some schools in distant locations where admit card will be sent via posts, as requested.”

This year, a total of 2.42 lakh candidates are appearing for the Assam Board examinations that will begin from February 12 with English subject. “There is a sharp fall of students appearing for the board examinations this year over the last two to three years. Last year, over 3 lakh candidates appeared for the board examinations while in 2017, it was 2.5 lakh,” AHSEC secretary told the daily.


The Board said that it has taken all measures to prevent any sort of malpractices in the examinations. “There will be CCTV surveillance in every centre, and the jammer will be installed in sensitive centres.  After meeting with state CID recently, the board has given the list of centres which is quite sensitive. A special team has been formed with members from board and CID to keep a vigil on sensitive centres especially,” Kamal Gogoi added.

Date sheet

  • February 12 – English (morning)
  • February 14 – Chemistry/Business studies (afternoon)
  • February 15 – general foundation course (morning)
  • February 16 – Advanced language/Arabic/Persian/Sanskrit (afternoon)
  • February 18 – Physics/accountancy/political science/elective paper IV (afternoon)
  • February 21 – Mathematics (morning), Advanced Sanskrit/elective paper V (vocational) (afternoon)
  • ‘February 23 – Biology/education/commercial mathematics and statics (morning)/ IT/ITeS/ Retail Trade (afternoon)
  • February 25 – Modern Indian languages/alternative English (afternoon)
  • February 27 – Logic and philosophy/Psychology/Insurance (morning) Fine Arts (afternoon)
  • February 28 – Elective paper VI (vocational) (afternoon)
  • March 1 – Economics (afternoon)
  • March 2 – Music (group A) (morning, Home science (afternoon)
  • March 5 – Computer science and application (morning), entrepreneurship development (afternoon)
  • March 9 – Anthropology/Sociology/Salesmanship and advertising (morning), Music group B (afternoon)
  • March 12 – Statistics (morning)
  • March 14 – Biotechnology/History/Economic Geography (morning), Group C (afternoon)
  • The Higher Secondary examinations will be concluded on March 14

The AHSEC was set up on June 1, 1984, to Regulate, Supervise and Develop the System of Higher Secondary Education ( + 2 stages) in the State of Assam.


  • To prescribe curricula (scheme of studies), syllabus and courses of instruction for Higher Secondary stage which may be in a college / Higher Secondary school
  • To conduct an examination based on such a course
  • To admit to its examinations, on condition that may be prescribed by regulations, candidates who have pursued the prescribed courses of instruction and also to take such disciplinary action against candidates as may be prescribed by regulations
  • To demand and receive such fees as may be prescribed by the regulations
  • To publish the result of its examination
  • To grant a certificate to students passing the examinations
  • To institute and award scholarships, prize etc
  • To prescribed and select textbooks and supplementary books
  • To lay down conditions of recognition of Higher Secondary School and Junior College
  • To recognize HS School and to withdraw such recognition
  • To take such disciplinary action as it thinks fit against the institution as prescribed by regulations
  • To adopt measures for study and examination problems in fields of Higher Secondary education
  • To advise the Government on physical, moral and social Welfare of students in recognize institutions and to prescribe conditions of their residence and discipline
  • To prescribe necessary qualifications of teachers in recognized Higher Secondary Schools
  • For more details, visit

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