HBSE 12th Passing Marks 2024 – Haryana Board of Secondary Education (HBSE) determines HBSE 12th Class passing marks 2024. Students have to secure minimum HBSE passing marks to clear BSEH 12th class exam.
If any student does not meet HBSE passing marks for 12th class, then he or she can appear for HBSE compartment exam to improve their HBSE 12th class Result 2024. This article will help you to know about all the important details of HBSE passing marks in Class 12th.
HBSE Class 12th Passing Marks 2024 – Subject Criteria
Students have to appear for a total of 6 subjects: 5 main subjects and 1 additional subject (optional) of HBSE Class 10 syllabus 2024. Below, we have listed HBSE 12th subject details.
HBSE 12th class subjects
- Business studies
- Political science
- Social science
Read the full article to know HBSE 12th passing criteria for theory and practical, subject details etc.
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HBSE 12th Class Passing Marks 2024
All the students have to secure at least 33% marks in each subject, including theory and practical paper to meet HBSE 12th passing criteria 2024. The aggregate marks should also be 33%. Below, we have tabulated HBSE 12th passing marks 2024 for theory and practical.
HBSE Passing Marks 2024 12th Class for Theory
|Subject||Maximum marks||Passing marks|
HBSE 12th Passing Marks 2024 for Practical and CCE
|Subject||CCE Total marks||CCE/Practical Passing marks|
|Physics||20 + 20 (Practical)||06 + 6 (Practical)|
|Chemistry||20 + 20 (Practical)||06 + 6 (Practical)|
HBSE 12th Class Passing Marks 2024 – Compartment Exam
If any student is unable to meet HBSE passing marks criteria or not able to secure HBSE 12th passing marks in one or two subjects. Then, he or she can appear for HBSE compartment exam to improve their result and save the academic year.
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FAQs related to HBSE Class 12th Passing Marks 2024
What are the passing marks of HBSE 12th 2024?
HBSE 12th passing marks are 33% in each subject and in aggregate.
Is it necessary to pass additional subjects?
No, it is not necessary to pass in additional subjects.