CBSE Re-Verification And Re-Evaluation Schedule 2019

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is likely to declare the result by May third week for class 10th and 12th. CBSE is ready for further processes. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has been announced the Re-verification and Re-evaluation schedule on April 11, 2019. All those students who have doubts or not happy with the correction of papers can fill the Re-verification and Re-evaluation form according to their concerns. After the declaration of the main results, you can check the application forms on the CBSE official website cbse.nic.in.

CBSE Re-Verification Schedule 2019

As per the norms, the last date to apply for the Re-verification is the 5th day from the opening link and the link for the verification of marks will be open on the next day of the declaration of result.  The application fees for the Re verification is Rs 500.

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CBSE Photocopy of the Answer Sheet Schedule 2019

Similarly, the last date to apply for the photocopy of the answer sheet is the next day from the opening link till 5:00 pm and the link for obtaining the photocopy of the answer sheet will be open on the 17th day of the declaration of result. The application fees for the class 12th and class 10th per subject is Rs 700 and Rs 500 respectively.

CBSE Re-Evaluation Schedule 2019

As same as the above, the last date to apply for the Re-evaluation is the next day from the opening link till 5:00 pm and the link for the Re-evaluation of exams will be open on the 21st day of the declaration of result. The application fees for the Re-evaluation is Rs 100 per question.

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CBSE Compartment Schedule 2019

The online portal for applying the 1st attempt of Compartment exams will be open on the day of declaration of result and the last date to apply for the Ist chance of Compartment is June 6, 2019. The application fees vary for Indian and foreign students. For Indian students, the application fee is Rs 300 per subject and for Foreign students, the same fee is Rs 2000 per subject.

Candidates can fill the application forms for the compartment for the private candidates in between June 7, 2019, to June 12, 2019. The application fee amount is Rs 1000 per candidate and the late fee charge is Rs 5000 from June 13, 2019, to June 15, 2019.

As you know hardly one month is left for the CBSE class 10th and class 12th results for 2019. The board has released all the dates regarding the further processes i.e. dates and fees. So that every parent and student can easily apply for that without any problem. Students need to visit the CBSE official website cbse.nic.in for filling the application forms and for more information about announcements.

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This year CBSE class 10th and class 12th exams have started in the month of February and ended in the 1st week of April. As per the latest updates, the result will be announced earlier as compared to the previous year i.e. the 3rd week of May.

For the latest updates and more information, we will get back to you. Stay tuned with us. All the best for the exams!

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