CBSE has now provided the facility to download the duplicate certificates. To do so, the candidates can also apply online. Earlier, the candidates used to go to the Delhi office to collect the duplicate certificates. But now, it will be done from the regional offices.
As per the latest reports, the candidates who have passed the board exams in 1975, they will also be able to collect the duplicate certificates. According to the city coordinator, Mr. Rajeev Ranjan, now, the ex-students will also get the opportunity to obtain the duplicate certificates, Regarding this, the Central Board of Secondary Education has made various changes.
CBSE has given the facility to the students of collecting the certificates from their own zones. According to CBSE, the students who had passed from this board from 1975 to 2000 will now be able to collect the duplicate certificates from Ajmer. This facility is available for each student across the country.
Those students who are from 2001 to 2010 batch of Bihar-Jharkhand will get the duplicate certificate from the regional office of CBSE at Allahabad. From 2011 to 2018 passed candidates can obtain the certificates from the Patna office.
Fees for the Duplicate Certificate
Candidates will have to pay the fee to get the duplicate certificates. The fees are different for the students of the different passed out year. Those students who had passed out between 5 years back can get the certificates by submitting Rs. 250. Candidates will have to pay Rs. 500 who had passed the board exams between the previous 5 to 10 years. From the previous 10 to 20 years passed candidates will have to submit the fee of Rs. 1000. Those who had passed the exams from more than the past 20 years can submit Rs. 2000. To get the Migration certificate and the birth certificate, the candidates will have to pay Rs. 250 while for the provisional certificate, the fee is Rs. 200. To collect the certificates in the emergency, students will have to pay extra 500 rupees. To correct the name, dob or anything else in the mark sheet or in certificates, it is mandatory for the students to pay Rs. 1000.
The work of the Regional Offices
From the regional offices, the students will be able to correct the subjects, payment of the fees, changes in the exam centres, the revaluation work, direct enrolment in class 10, 12 etc.
For this session, CBSE Date Sheet 2019 is expected to be released in the fourth week of December 2018. Candidates will be able to give the exams in the month of February 2019 and in March 2019. The exams for the vocational subject will be conducted in Fen while for the core subjects, the candidates will be able to appear for the board exams in March.