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CBSE to begin registration for classes 9, 11 from December 15, official notice on cbse.gov.in

CBSE to begin registration for classes 9, 11 from December 15

CBSE to begin registration for classes 9, 11 | December 15

Key Highlights

    • CBSE will begin the registration process for class 9, 11 students from December 15, 2021.
    • This registration is mandatory for students to appear in class 10, 12 board exams for the next academic year.
    • The official notice with all details is given on cbse.gov.in.

 

Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE would commence the registration process for classes 9 and 11 from December 15, 2021. As per the official notice released on cbse.gov.in, this registration is extremely important for students to be able to appear in Class 10, 12 board exams.

CBSE has said that only those students will be allowed to appear in classes 10, 12 board exams, whose names and details have been submitted by respective schools. However, before schools begin submitting these details, they must also register themselves on the portal that has been made available for this purpose.

CBSE schools have also been instructed to use their affiliation numbers as User Id while registering for online submission. In case there are schools that have recently been affiliated, they must get in touch with the regional offices of the Board to get their school code and password in order to proceed with the online submission of details.

The registration of students of classes 9 and 11 also has parents’ role. According to the official notice by CBSE, schools must convey the students’ personal details to parents to cross-check them. This step is important as CBSE has done away with the practice of editing/correcting particulars from this year.

 

CBSE has said that it is solely the school’s responsibility to submit the correct details. They must also be submitted in one lot for each fee slab. With this, the partial submission of data will not be allowed and this would then end up meaning that in each slot, only one list of students will be accepted.

 

All CBSE schools and school heads are advised to go through the detailed set of instructions issued by the Board. They have been given in advance so that everyone can properly understand them and fetch students’ details accordingly.

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