The Board of Examiners has granted students who have not previously enrolled for the CBSE General Examination for the year 2021 the opportunity to re-register. Application revision dates have also been revealed.
Last week, the Central Board of Secondary Education declared the general examination dates for classes 10 and 12. Consequently, general elections are scheduled to be held from 4 May to 7 June. As the student registration for the examination has already been completed, the Board of Examiners has provided time for the previously missing students to register for the examination. Dates for the revision of information reported in the application have also been announced.
According to the Central Board of Secondary Education announcement, from February 8 to February 13, the schools that had previously joined the board were permitted to fill out the list of candidates for Class 10 and Class 12. Furthermore, if there is a correction to the pre-registered applications, the Board of Examiners will open the website for revision of such applications from 15 to 20 February. 9th, 11th grade students with late fees can also be accepted by previously affiliated colleges. But the newly affiliated schools can enroll 9th and 11th class students without late fees. Additional registration for Class 9 and 11 will be allowed from today (8.2.2021) till February 13.
Within the extended period, the Central Board of Secondary Education has instructed schools to enroll all students. The 2021 CBSE General Examination admission tickets will be issued after completion. In addition, with the process reviews scheduled to take place on 1 March, the applicable guidelines are required to be revealed only after the information has been updated.