CBSE issues guidelines for board examinations in July


The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued important information and provisions on fixation of exam centers, nodal centres, eligibility criteria, procedures, provisions for private candidates  and schedule of activities etc. 

Examinations would now be conducted in the respective schools of the  candidates instead of the examination centre already allotted. CBSE will allow change of examination centre in respect of candidates who have shifted and are residing in some other district in the country than the place  of their school.

In each district, where CBSE is having, affiliated schools, one school will be fixed as a nodal examination centre for the candidates who have shifted from their earlier district of examination centre to another district in India. 

Private candidates who have shifted from their district of examination centre to some other district in India can also make a request to change their examination centre.
CBSE will accept requests of candidates for change of examination centre only through their school. It will be the responsibility of the School to contact their students to know whether they have shifted to some other district and would like to avail the facility of changing the examination centre to their present district of stay in India, and thereafter, to provide the information to CBSE. Schools will use e-TATT portal on CBSE website for providing desired information. 

Candidates can check the location of their examination centre with the help of Mobile App Examination centre locator of CBSE” from June 20. The App is available in Play Store.

For any queries, call CBSE Help Line Number 1800-11-8002 between 9.30 am to 5.00 pm on all working days. 

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