Haryana withdraws recognition to Sikkim school board – The Tribune India

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Updated At: Jan 08, 2022 09:27 AM (IST)
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Chandigarh, January 7
The recognition granted by the Board of School Education, Bhiwani, Haryana, to secondary or senior secondary examinations conducted by the Board of Open Schooling and Skill Education, Sikkim, Gangtok, has been withdrawn.
Giving information in this regard, board president Dr Jagbir Singh said any examination conducted by the Board of Open Schooling and Skill Education, Sikkim, Gangtok, was now not considered equivalent to any examination conducted by the Board of School Education, Bhiwani, Haryana. It was not included in the equivalence list, he added. The equivalency list is available on the website www.bseh.org.in. — TNS
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