- Students do not have to go to schools to take marksheets in the Corona epidemic
- Students are required to apply online on the GSEB website
- Certificate migration also decided to send only by speed post
The system is currently on alert amid the Corona epidemic. The Gujarat Board of Higher Secondary Education (GSEB) has taken an important decision in the interest of the increasing number of students in Gujarat. It has been decided to send the mark sheet (10th 12th Board Mark Sheet) of the students of Std. 10-12 i.e. home by speed post. No student has to go to schools to get marksheets (certificates) in the Corona epidemic.
However, students will have to apply online on the GSEB website.
In addition, it has been decided to send the certificate migration of the students only through speed post.
But for that the students (GSEB) have to go to the board’s website and apply online for both these items. The decision has been taken by the Gujarat Board of Higher Secondary Education to prevent students from gathering in Corona.
It is to be noted that at present due to corona the state is required to wear mandatory mask and keep social distance as per the guideline of the Central Government. The school has avoided calling the students of standard 10 and 12 so that the students do not get together and the transition does not increase. They do not have to go out of the house to get the marksheet. e 10th 12th Board Mark Sheet will come to their house only through speed post. All students have to do is apply online on the GSEB website.
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Know what the online process will be like?
For online processing, go to the board’s website www.gsebservice.com and after clicking on the students menu, go to the online student service. In the present situation, none of the above documents will be given to any student or parent in person at the Gandhinagar office of the Board.
If any student or parent finds any problem related to the above services, they can contact Student Service Center on contact number 079, 23252104 during office hours except residues or holidays and if any written representation can be made, e-mail can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The matter has also been reported to the district education officers including the principals of each school.