CBSE Application Process 2019: Board begins form submission for class 10, and 12 private candidates for 2019 exam

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has begun online submission process of examination forms for Class 10 and Class 12 students in category Fail/Compartment and candidates who wish to improve their performance or for an additional subject as private candidate for examination scheduled in February/March/April 2019.

The application process commenced on Tuesday and will continue till 17 November. The forms are available on the official website of CBSE – cbse.nic.in.

If a candidate misses the deadline of November 17th then they can submit the form by November 30 with a late fine of Rs. 1000. After that, the application form has been scheduled to be extended till December 7 with a late fine of Rs. 2000 and the final deadline is December 14 with a late fine of Rs. 5000. All the aspirants will be evaluated only as per the prescribed syllabus for the year of examination. The candidates are advised to go through the eligibility and pass criteria as well as current curriculum and scheme of studies available on the CBSE website www.cbseacademic.in/curriculum.html carefully before filling the form.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) registration process last date without late fees had been extended for class 9th and class 11th students. It has been informed to all the CBSE affiliated schools that they must complete the process within the given extended time. As per the schedule, October 30th is the last day to register for the class 9th and class 11th 2019 students without any late fee.

Students can check the examination fee from the official notice released by CBSE which is also available on CBSE’s official website. Visually impaired students are exempted from examination fee.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is the apex board that looks after the development and propagation of secondary and higher secondary education in India. The board has been the part of the long history that has seen the development of school-level education in India. The CBSE took the final shape that it operates today in the year 1952. Right now, the CBSE conducts annual examinations like CBSE 10th Board Exam and CBSE 12th Board Exam along with entrance tests for professional courses like JEE Mains and CBSE NET Exam.

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