New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started from Tuesday October 23, 2018 through its website cbse.nic.in online submission of forms for Class X (Class 10th) private students who are willing to appear for the CBSE Class X exam to be held in the month of February, March and April, 2019.
Candidates should note that the last date to register and submit online form on the CBSE website is November 11, 2018. The CBSE is said the last date will not be extended. However, if the deadline is not met, a student can submit s/he form paying late fees.
All the students need to pay Rs 900 (for all subjects) as application fee; however, the students with disabilities will get exemptions.
Further, candidates can submit application form with a late fee of Rs 500, Rs 1000, Rs 2000 and Rs 5000 in addition to regular fee for registration from November 18 to November 23, November 24 to November 30, December 01 to December 07 and December 08 to December 14, 2018, respectively.
"The Online submission of form by the candidates placed in the category FAIL/COMPARTMENT and those who wish to appear for improving their performance or for an Additional subject as Private candidate for the examination scheduled to be held in February/March/April 2019 has been started", the CBSE said in the notification released on Tuesday October 23, 2018.
"No form will be accepted in offline mode. All forms will only be accepted on online mode and as per the announced schedules", it said.
"Fees for all activities will be accepted only through digital payments mode. The requisite fee can be paid through Net banking, debit/credit card (both national/ international). No fee shall be accepted in offline mode i.e DD/ Postal Order /Money order/ cheque etc. No application will be accepted without fee", the CBSE said.
"Candidates will be provided question papers in the same medium as filled in the Form. Meaning thereby, if a candidate is opting English as a medium, he will be supplied QP in only English language. If a student opting Hindi as medium, he will be supplied bilingual QP i.e. in Hindi & English. Candidates are therefore requested to fill the correct medium of Question Paper and correct option only to avoid last minute problem. Medium will not be changed later on", it further said.
For the Examination - 2019, controlling region for the candidate will be decided by the online system based on the current residential address entered by the applicant. For example: if candidate has appeared in class XII main examination from Varanasi (under Regional Office Allahabad) and is now filling the address of Jaipur, which is under Regional Office, Ajmer, the examination centre will be allotted under the jurisdiction of Regional Office, Ajmer. However, eligibility for appearing in the examination will be decided by the Regional Office Allahabad, the CBSE said.
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