CBSE Board Exam 2017: Mobile app launched to locate exam centre

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has launched an application, named “Exam Locator” for android based smartphones to make it easy for the students to locate their CBSE examination centres during board exams. Here are some of the features of this app:

  • This app provides information about the location of the exam centre assigned to any candidate
  • It will show a completer route map to the exam centre
  • With the help of the geo-location, students will get to know how to reach the centre
  • The students get complete information about the exam centre on entering their roll number
  • Parents or students can very easily register on app, using their mobile numbers
  • On entering the mobile number, they will receive a one-time password to further log into the app
  • Students can simply choose the exam they are going to appear for and get the information about the exam centre instantly.
  • This app is available for download on Google Play Store for all the android based smartphone users

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