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CBSE Board Exams 2020 - Guidelines to Change Exam Centre

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CBSE Board Exams 2020 - Guidelines to Change Exam Centre

CBSE has decided to shift board examination 2020 centre to students present location due to Covid-19 and has shared guidelines for students doing so.

By Topperlearning Expert 03rd Jun, 2020 04:58 pm

In our previous blog, we had mentioned how CBSE recently allowed the students to change the centres of the 2020 Board Exams due to COVID-19 lockdown. This announcement was made on 20th May 2020 and the details related to changing centres and procedures were listed on 2nd June 2020 by the board.

Eligibility Criteria for Exam Centre Change:

Regular Students

  • CBSE students need to make exam centre change requests through their own schools only
  • School will be responsible to contact the student and know their location and then send the requests to CBSE
  • It is also the student’s responsibility to inform the school of the same
  • Schools will have to use the e-pariksha portal to provide information. All information has to be uploaded in one lot and the submission link once closed will not be opened again
  • Certain districts in India without any CBSE affiliated schools will not have any exam centres. Check the full list in the CBSE notification
  • Students who are now in districts with no exam centre because of the above point will need to find a suitable neighbouring district to appear for their exams from and inform their school respective schools

Private Students                             

Candidates appearing for - second change compartment, failures of previous year, improvement of performance, additional subject, female candidates of NCT of Delhi, visually impaired candidates appearing as private candidates and Patrachar Vidyalaya candidates who have shifted from their district of examination centre to any other district in India are also eligible to apply for centre change through the CBSE website.

Important Points to Remember for Changing Exam Centre

  • Changing examination centre in the same district won’t be allowed
  • No school can conduct exams in the contamination zone
  • Private Candidates who didn’t move anywhere before March 18 to continue in their own location
  • CBSE schools outside India will not hold board exams; the results for these schools will be declared as per assessment rules to be decided by the board
  • CBSE will release the results of the board exams which will not be conducted as per assessment methods to be decided by the board
  • Students with special needs who do not wish to attend the exam can do so, their result will be     declared as per assessment rules to be decided by the board
  • Once you have changed a centre, you cannot change it for the second time
  • Exams will not be reconducted
  • Last date for submissions will remain unchanged

CBSE Helpline

Students can call the CBSE helpline number 1800-11-8002 between 9:30 am to 5:00 pm on all working days if they have any query. Simultaneously, students can also visit http://www.cbse.nic.in/

Safety Measures to Be Taken During Board Exams

  • Social Distancing is a must for both students and invigilators.
  • All have to wear masks and carry their own sanitizers.

Important Dates

 

Now, that exams are almost here, students can refer to TopperLearning for various learning solutions. Additionally, students can also visit:

CBSE Class 10 – Complete Study Material

CBSE Class 12 – Complete Study Material (Science)

CBSE Class 12 – Complete Study Material (Commerce)

For any questions on notes or doubts please call us on 9372462318.

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CBSE to conduct remaining exams for CBSE 10 and CBSE 12 from July 1 to 15 2020

CBSE to Start Evaluating Answer Sheets from Today

CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 2020 Date-sheet announced

Students who failed CBSE Class 9 and Class 11 get another chance

CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 Exams to Be Held In Students' School

Schools to Open Zone Wise With 30% Attendance from July 2020

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