The Central Board of Secondary Education has begun the registration process for class 10 and 12 private candidates. CBSE has released the notification for the private students regarding the application forms. So, the students who are willing to appear in the board exams for improving their performance or for an additional subject as the private candidate can fill the application form. The last date to fill the form is November 17, 2018.
Candidates can do so by visiting the official website cbse.nic.in. No form will be accepted offline. Candidates will have to complete the registration by submitting the application fee. The application fees will be submitted through the digital payment modes only such as by the Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Net Banking. Candidates are not allowed to pay the application fee through Demand Draft (DD).
Those candidates who would miss submitting the application form before the last date will be able to do so till November 23, 2018. It will cause them the late fee of Rs. 500. If the candidate forget to pay the fee till November 23 then they can also pay the application fee with the late fee of Rs. 1000 till November 30, 2018. For the candidates who will miss the same chance till November 30 will be able to do so till December 07, 2018. At last, if the candidate will forget to do so, CBSE will provide the last chance till December 14, 2018, with the late fee of Rs. 5000. The visually impaired students are exempted from examination fee.
Candidates will get the question paper in the same language for which the students will fill in the application form. Meaning, if the student will fill Engish as the medium of the question papers then the candidates will get the QS in English or if the candidates will opt the Hindi language then they will get the QS in the Hindi language. So, the candidates are advised to choose the medium of the question papers very carefully.
Before filling the application form, the candidates are advised to check the eligibility criteria. If the candidate does not fulfill the eligibility criteria then he/she will not be able to appear for the board exams for 2019 session.
Candidates will be able to give the exams of the subjects which will be generated automatically in the system. Candidates cannot add any subject. The female candidates residing outside the Delhi zone are not eligible to apply as the private candidate.
The students are suggested to fill the application form before the last date so that they will have to pay the late fee as the penalty.
CBSE Board exams are expected to begin after February 15, 2019. The board will conduct the exams for the vocational subjects first then the board exams for the core subjects will be held. Candidates may get eh CBSE date Sheet 2019 in the fourth week of December 2018.