Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, Gandhinagar conducts public examinations of Standard-10 and Standard-12. In which the records of the result from standard 10 to year 1952 to year 2019 and standard 12 to year 1976 to year 2019 are maintained. On the basis of this record from the Student Service Center in the office of the Board, the student was given a duplicate marks sheet certificate of class-10/12, migration to the pass-1/9 pass student, for which the student had to come to the board office with the co-operation of the school principal. During the year many students from different districts of Gujarat used to come to Gandhinagar to get the above certificates in which their time and money was spent by the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, till now. The record digitization of the results of tens of millions of students has been digitized. The online process has been inaugurated in certificates of honorable Education, Ta Minister Bhupinder Singh Chudasama .17 / 02/2020.
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From now on, students do not have to come to Gandhinagar to get duplicate mark sheet certification, migration, and certificate of equivalence, thus saving their time and money. To get the above certificates, students have to apply to the student Jonline Student Services on the gsebeservice.org website, where the duplicate mark sheet certification fee is Rs. 50,, Migration fee is 100 / – Rs. And the equivalent certificate fee will be Rs.200 Speed-Post Charge of Rs. 5 / – Rs. So that the student can get a home-based certificate.
How to Apply Online for SSC HSC Duplicate mark sheet::
- First, open www.gsebeservice.com Site in your mobile or Computer.
- then find out Students Tab in menu section
- Then Find out Students Online service Tab in it.
- If you want to Get an SSC Duplicate mark sheet Then find out “10th duplicate Marksheet/certificate” in it.
- If you want to Get HSC Duplicate mark sheet Then find out “10th duplicate Marksheet/certificate” in it.
- Click on Register Tab.
- Then Fill your basic detail and Register on it.
- Then log in with your Mobile no. and password and Apply For SSC Or HSC Duplicate mark sheet.