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HTET 2017 results delayed: All you need to know about Aadhar based identification

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    The HTET 2017 results have been delayed. Candidates awaiting the results can check the same on the official website once declared.

    HTET 2017 results delayed: All you need to know about Aadhar based identification

    A Press Note released by the Board of School Education Haryana says that the Aadhaar-based Biometric Attendance could not be completed on the exam day for all examinees due to technical and other reasons, thereby non-Aadhaar-qualified candidates will need to complete the identification process, so that the Board can release the much-awaited HTET December 2017 result.

    Check press note here: 

    BSEH has released 3 lists of over 15000 candidates which need to appear for Aadhaar verification. The candidates' list can be accessed at the below mentioned url:

    http://www.bseh.org.in/list-of-candidates-label-for-biometric-attendance/

    The Aadhaar-based identification process is scheduled to be held on Friday, 23rd February 2018 i.e. tomorrow, at the centres organized in 22 districts as listed by the Board of School Education Haryana on its official website - bseh.org.in. Candidates can access the same at the below mentioned url:

    http://bseh.org.in/pdf/220218-center.pdf

    However, candidates who'll not be able to complete the Aadhaar-based identification process on 23rd February, will need to appear at the Teachers' Building at the Board Headquarters on 24th February and 25th February 2018 between 9AM to 5PM to complete their verification.

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