The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has given another chance to Class 10 and Class 12 students who failed in the board examination 2017 by allowing them to appear as regular candidates.
Here’s what CBSE notice read:
“Those candidates who have passed/failed in class X/XII in 2017 Examination can also seek fresh admission as regular candidate in an CBSE affiliated school and appear in X/XII Examination 2018 for improvement (for pass out candidates)/passing (for failed candidates),” said a notification published by the board.
“It is clarified that CBSE is examining body and admission in the school will be decided by the school as per their own rules governing the school/trust,” added the board.
CBSE might conduct Class 10, Class 12 board exam in February:
With the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) taking major steps in the re-evaluation process of class 12 board exams, the board has recently announced the decision to conduct class 10 and class 12 board examinations one month early from the next year onwards.
This means, CBSE will conduct the board examination in February instead of March.
Aadhaar number manadatory for board exam registration:
Moreover, CBSE has made it mandatory to use Aadhaar number for board exam registration.
“All CBSE affiliated schools should register themselves before proceeding for online submission. They can use the password and ‘Affiliation Number’ as user ID already available with them. Newly affiliated schools should contact the concerned Regional Office of the CBSE for obtaining password.”
“Aadhaar number field provided in online system is mandatory. Wherever Aadhaar number is not available; Aadhaar enrollment number can be provided. Residents of Indian states where Aadhaar enrollment is not being done may provide Bank details in lieu of Aadhaar,” the notice read.
Meanwhile, the CBSE class 12 exams 2017 were held from March 9 to April 29, while class 10 exams were held from March 9 to April 10.