CBSE Issues Reminder For LOC Submission For Class 10 & Class 12 Board Exams 2020

CBSE Exam 2020: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in its recent circular to all the affiliated schools reminded that the last date to submit List Of Candidates (LOC) is approaching.

The last date to submit the LOC with normal fee is September 30, 2019 while the deadline to submit the same with late fee fine is October 15, 2019, informed the CBSE in the notification.

“The last date with normal fee is approaching fast. All schools are requested to ensure that LOC with normal fee may be submitted as per schedule only. If LOC is submitted after last date i.e. September 30, such cases will invite the late fee. All schedules will remain unaltered,” said the CBSE.

The CBSE also directed the schools to ensure-

  • Names of all students, who are eligible to appear for Class 10 and 12 examinations are submitted
  • Correct particulars of all students are submitted
  • Correct subjects and subject codes are submitted

The CBSE had started the process of submission of LOC from August 2, 2019. School can submit the LOC through e-Pariksha- link-

As per the earlier notification issued by the CBSE, only those students shall be allowed to appear for class 10 and 12 Examination to be held in February/March/April in 2020 whose names are submitted through the online process for LOC.

“All CBSE affiliated schools are required to register themselves before proceeding for online submission of LOC. Schools must use the ‘Affiliation Number’ as user ID, already available with them,” said the CBSE.

It may be noted that the candidates will be provided question papers in the same medium as filled in the LOC. This means, if a student opts for English as a medium, he will be supplied Question Paper (QP) in only English language.

Similarly, if a student opts for Hindi as medium, he will be supplied bilingual QP i.e. in Hindi & English. The CBSE has therefore asked the schools to take the consent of the student about the medium of QP and fill the correct option only to avoid last minute problem.

Any issue that may arise in this regard at the time of examination, shall entirely be the responsibility of the school, said the CBSE