All Haryana students who have received training from Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in the past, have been asked to apply for the exam of English or Hindi language through Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH), Bhiwani’s portal http://www.bsehexam2017.in/OpenReappear/login.aspx latest by 3 August to obtain equivalence of Class X and XII.
While stating this on Tuesday, an official spokesman said that BSEH had recently given the equivalence of Class X and XII to all the students who are studying in ITIs of Haryana.
In order to achieve this level, the students of ITIs of the level of Class VIII have to appear in the exam of both Hindi and English languages of class 10th conducted by the BSEH.
Similarly, the students of ITIs of Class X level will have to appear in one exam either of English or Hindi language of class 10 plus two conducted by the BSEH. This decision has opened opportunities for almost all ITI students who were earlier deprived of jobs and higher education.
He said that after completing the two-year course of ITI, the student will have to appear in one exam of either Hindi or English language of class ten plus two level of BSEH to achieve equivalence of ten plus two level. This equivalent will be available to students after completing one year ITI Course of the Class X level or after completing second year of apprenticeship.
After completing two-year course of ITI, the students will have to appear in exam of both Hindi or English languages of Class X level of BSEH to achieve equivalence of Class X level. This equivalence will be available to students after completing one year ITI course of Class VIII level and second year of apprenticeship.