Bhubaneswar: The Central Board Of Secondary Education (CBSE) as issued important instructions for the registration in Classes IX, XI by newly affiliated schools across the country.
In a letter to Principal/ Head of schools, CBSE Controller of Examinations Dr Sanyam Bhardwaj wrote, “As per the requests received from the schools, following facilities are extended to the schools last time keeping in view the problems faced by the students/schools because of COVID through their login account on CBSE website.”
Here are the instructions:
-Newly affiliated schools are allowed to register their students in classes IX and XI.
-Old affiliated schools are allowed are allowed to register their left out students in classes IX and XI.
-Old affiliated schools are allowed to fill LOC for their left out students in classes X and XII.
-Correction in registration data/LOC already filled in by the schools.
In the circular, CBSE has also asked schools to strictly comply with the following instructions:
-Newly affiliated schools can register their students classes IX and XI without late fee.
- Rest of the schools will pay late fee as applicable.
-No further extension in last date will be given.
-In case the students are admitted after the last date as communicated earlier, permission/approval from CBSE is mandatory.
- Schools will register their own genuine/bonafied candidates.
-Schools should doubly check data before uploading as no opportunity for correction will be given thereafter.
-Noncompliance of the instructions will be viewed seriously.
Here’s the complete schedule.