The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday announced that the registration of students for Classes IX and X for session 2021-22 will begin on December 15, 2021 (Wednesday).
"Registration of students in Class IX & XI is a very significant process which helps CBSE in advance planning for holding the Class X and XII examinations of these students in the subsequent year," the CBSE wrote in a letter to principals and heads of institutions affiliated to it.
"Another important aspect of registration is to communicate the students' personal particulars to the parents so that in case there is any mistake in the personal details of the student concerned the same may be corrected prior to the conduct of Class X/XII examination. This helps in eliminating requests in future for making the corrections," the letter added.
The process of registration will start from December 15, 2021 (Wednesday). The link for registration will be available on the official website of CBSE -www.cbse.nic.in.
Following actions are desired to be taken for registration of students:
The registration data contain a lot of information, without understanding which, the schools will not be able to fill the registration data correctly. It is, therefore, requested that Principals should read these instructions personally and carefully to understand the provisions.
Only those students shall be allowed to appear for Class X/ XII Board's Examinations for session 2022-23, whose names would be submitted through the online form of Registration explained in this circular.
Schools should ensure that:-
a) Students being sponsored are their own regular and bonafide students
b) Name of any bonafide student is not left unsponsored
c) Students are not from any unauthorised/unaffiliated schools
d) Students are regularly attending classes in your school
e) Students are not registered with some other School Education Boards in addition to the CBSE.
f) Students are eligible for admission in Classes IX & XI and appearing in Class X and XII Board's Examinations as per provisions of Examination Bye-Laws.
g) In case of Class-XI admission, it may be specifically ensured that the student has passed the Class-X examination from a recognized Board.