With Secondary Education Board of Assam (SEBA) delaying declaration of HSLC results to June 15, the future of hundreds of students considering switching to CBSE for Plus 2 hangs in balance as most of CBSE-affiliated schools would have completed their admission procedure before June 15.
In most CBSE-affiliated schools, the admission process started just after CBSE class X results were declared on May 24. Even the classes for the fresh term are scheduled to start by the end of this month. However, students who wish to continue with the state board for the Plus 2 course have a fair chance as the admission dates in the state board affiliated colleges have been tentatively fixed to June 23, 24 and 25th.
SEBA chairman Shantikam Hazarika said, “We cannot undo what has already happened, but now we are concerned about the results the dates have been given and I am sure there would be a lot of CBSE schools which would accommodate SEBA students too. Besides, we are not here to see which student is opting for CBSE as we are not CBSE agents. Yes, there have been mistakes and we will try to rectify it.”