NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started the online registration process for Not Eligible for Improvement of Performance (NIOP) (Class 10), failed/compartment (Class 12) on its official website, cbseonline.ernet.in
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started the online registration process for Not Eligible for Improvement of Performance (NIOP) (Class 10), failed/compartment (Class 12) 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 March 2018.
Candidates can apply for the same on the official website, cbseonline.ernet.in
Here’s what the official notification read:
“In pursuance of Circular No. 05/2017 dated 31.01.2017, CBSE will conduct Class 10 private examination for 80 marks (for Theory) in each subject covering 100 per cent syllabus of the subject of class 10 only. The students who have been declared as EIOP/NIOP in Board (SA-2) examination 2017/ earlier will need to give 2018 examination (covering entire class 10 syllabus) according to revised pattern.”
“For the Private examination 2018, controlling region for the candidate will be decided by the online system based on the current residential address entered by the applicant in the online system.”
How to apply for CBSE Class 10, Class 12 Private Exam 2018:
In order to apply for the same, all the candidates need to follow the below mentioned steps:
- Go to the official website, cbseonline.ernet.in
- Click on ‘Online Application for Private Candidate for Examination Main, 2018’
- Apply for the particular exam you wish to appear for
- Enter all the required information in the space provided
- Click to submit
Candidates have to pay a fee of Rs 900 for five subjects before November 27.
The fee for an additional subject for private candidates is Rs 180, for additional, compartment or improvement candidates is Rs 200 and for practical’s and projects is Rs 80.
Candidates from outside India:
Applicants from outside India should send fee through Demand Draft in name of ‘Secretary, CBSE’ payable at Delhi.
Those from outside the Delhi region, can download an intimation letter for the admit cards in January/February 2018. For students in Delhi, the admit cards will be available online from February 2018.
Candidates can check the eligibility criteria here .
- Candidate will have to send photostat copy of the Marksheet/Grade sheet cum Certificate of Performance of the Roll No. filled in the application form and copy of e-challan/DD along with the confirmation page to the concerned Regional Office. Fresh female candidate appearing under Delhi Scheme will also have to send the Affidavit
- Examination centre once allotted will be final and no request for change of examination centre will be attended to. Examination centre will be allotted by the Board based on the current residential address of applicant
- Aadhar number field provided is mandatory. Wherever Aadhar number is not available; Aadhar enrolment number can be provided. Residents of Indian states where Aadhar enrolment is not being done may provide Bank details in lieu of Aadhar
- Fresh (New) Roll Number will be allotted by the Board for the candidate appearing in 2018. In no case the candidate will be allowed to appear with the previous year’s roll number.
CBSE was established in 1962. CBSE affiliates all Kendriya Vidyalayas, all Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, private schools and most of the schools approved by central government of India. Every year, the board conducts the class 10 and class 12 exam in the month of March.
The candidates are advised to stay tuned for more updates on CBSE.