CBSE Board Exams 2024: Private student registration is set to begin next week

CBSE Board Exams 2024: Private student registration is set to begin next week

Exam's syllabus is available on the official website

 
CBSE

CBSE has unveiled the commencement date for 2024 exam form submissions for private Class 10 and Class 12 students. You can now apply online for the upcoming board exams starting from September 12 until October 11, 2023, by visiting CBSE's official website at cbse.gov.in. For those submitting their applications between October 12 and October 19, 2023, there will be an additional late fee of Rs. 2,000 applicable. Private students planning to take the 2024 board exams must prepare their syllabus, which is accessible on CBSE's official website.

CBSE has officially announced the categories of private students eligible to participate in the 2024 board exams. These exams are scheduled to take place in February, March, and April 2024, concurrently with the board's annual examinations. CBSE has outlined these categories in a public notice.

Students eligibility

  •  Students from the 2022-23 session who are marked as "essential repeat" will be reappearing for the 2023-23 examinations.

  • Students from the 2022-23 session who were placed in the compartment during the board's main examination in 2023.

  • Candidates who were put in compartment after the first chance compartment exam.

  • Candidates who failed or were marked as essential repeat in the years 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022.

  • Students who graduated in 2022 and 2023 and want to enhance their performance by reappearing in one or more subjects.

  • Candidates who graduated in 2022 and 2023 and want to take an additional subject.

  • Female candidates who are genuine residents of Delhi.

  • Candidates with special needs who are residents of Delhi and have reached the eligible age for appearing in either Class 10 or Class 12.


 

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