Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the CBSE Compartment Admit Card 2019 for class 10 and 12th students. Not only this, but the board has also released the admit card for compartment private candidates as well. The admit card is available at the official website- cbse.nic.in on June 17, 2019. The regular compartment students have to collect their admit card from their respective school. However, the private candidates have to log in at the individual login.
For Regular Students
To attain the admit card for class 10th and 12th, regular students need to visit their respective schools first. After that, contact the concerned examination authority for collecting the admit card. Once you get the admit card, check all the details mentioned on it. This admit card is mandatory to carry on the day of examination.
For Private Students
In order to download the admit card, students need to visit the official website first. After that, click on the link for class 10 and class 12 compartment admit card 2019 for private candidates. Once you will click on the link, you will be redirected to a new page of login. On that page, select either “Other Region” or “Delhi Region” link. After that, select from three options- application number, previous year roll number or candidate’s name. Fill the required details afterward. The admit card will appear on the screen. Check and download it.
CBSE Class 10th and 12th Compartment examinations are going to commence from July 02. Thus, all those students who have applied for the compartment exams are advised to attain the admit card before the day of examination. Please note without the admit card no student will be allowed to enter inside the examination hall.
What to carry to the exam centre
On the day of the examination, the candidates need to carry only important things to the exam hall. The things which a candidate can carry admit card, other identity proof (if required), medicines (only if there is some serious issue), water bottle and stationery such as pen, pencil, scale, etc.
It is advised to go through the instructions mentioned on your admit card very carefully.
What not to carry to the exam centre
No student is allowed to carry any electronic gadget such as mobile phones, calculators, pen drives, Bluetooth, smart watches or an electronic pen. There should not be any kind of book, notepad or chits of paper with the student. If found any, it would be considered as unfair mean practices and strict actions will be taken against them.