CBSE class 10, 12 board exam important information

CBSE class 10, 12 board exam: important information to prevent problems for students : The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued an advisory for the students of class 10 and class 12 board. As per the notice, the registration of students appearing in the CBSE Class 10 board exam is done when they are in class 9, and the students appearing for class 12 are registered in class 11. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) recently issued a notice to schools upraising concern over the registration process.

“Your attention is invited in the circular number. CBSE / Reg / 112510/2019 dated 08.08.2019, on page number 3 of page 6, stating that “Schools are requested to fill the full name of the candidate, mother, father/guardian. As per the CBSE, students should avoid the use of abbreviations as they create problems in future. 

Also, students may download NCERT Solutions  and refer them while preparing for the CBSE board examinations.

Explaining further on the matter, CBSE said:

Well, several requests for improvement in the name of the candidate, mother, father/guardian, adding abbreviations to full names and surnames etc. are being fulfilled by the CBSE after passing the tenth and twelfth standard. Foreign universities and passports etc. Accordingly, instruction has been issued to fill the full name of the candidate, mother, father/guardian during the registration of the student for class IX only. 

It may be noted that the above instructions are not for classes X, XI and XII.

Download NCERT Solutions for Class 9 prepared by our experts and professionals from the latest edition of NCERT books.

Ninth grade students will provide only the details i.e., full name, so that CBSE does not receive any such request from the current Class IX batch, once these candidates pass from class X / XII.

In the tenth-grade candidate list, the name of the candidate, mother, father/guardian will be the same as registration in class IX. 

Since the students of class XI have already been issued mark sheet cum passing certificate in class X, therefore, they will mention their details in class XI registration as per class XI details.

Students of class XII will also give details in the list of candidates based on the information provided in class X to ensure that their data of both class X and XII are in line with each other.

Apart from this, you can also download CBSE Sample Papers for Class 12, study material, question papers with solutions prepared by our experts and professionals and refer them while preparing for the CBSE class 12 Board Exams.

The schools guided the students and their parents, and would also take all necessary action by filling the registration form for Class IX and XI and along with the list of candidates for Class X and XII.

It is noteworthy that CBSE has increased the fees this year. As per the revised norms, SC and ST students will have to pay Rs 1,200 for five subjects, whereas earlier they had to pay Rs 50 for the same, a 24-time increase. General category students who were earlier paying Rs 750 will now pay Rs 1,500 for five subjects.

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