Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started registration process for CBSE Board exams 2021. It has been started for all the schools under the aegis of the CBSE board. The registration process includes filling up necessary details in the form for classes 9, 10, 11 and 12th. All the affiliated schools need to register the students of classes 9 and 11 for the board exams till October 15, 2020.
Schools need to submit the List of Candidates (LOC) for CBSE 2021 board exams before the deadline to officially enroll the students with the board. In the registration form, the following details need to be entered like date of birth, father’s name, mother’s name, Aadhar card number, subject details etc. It is mandatory for schools to complete the registration process in order to appear for the board exams. Only after due checking and processing, CBSE affiliated schools will need to submit a list of students to the board.
It is advised to the students and parents to be carefully review and complete the registration process as once the form is submitted, they cannot make corrections in it. To submit the form, in addition, a registration fee is to be paid n the basis of subjects chosen.
Parents should note that if your ward’s school has not yet contacted you regarding the same, it is strongly advised to reach out to the concerned school authorities for the same. This is also an examination form and is extremely crucial as it is mandatory for appearing in the board examinations 2021.
As per some newspaper reports, there are some rumors going around that the board shall not conduct class 10th exams in the year 2021. However, until an official announcement is made by the board officials, parents are advised to refer only to the official website or trusted news channel.
The board has not yet made any changes in the academic calendar. It is expected that CBSE date sheet 2021 shall release by the end of November after a final decision is made regarding reopening of schools. The release of date sheet may get delayed this year owing to the pandemic.