Recently, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has commenced the application process for CBSE Exam 2020 for students of class 10th and 12th,by releasing the application form which is available on its official website CBSE.nic.in.Private candidates are advised to fill the application form on the official website of CBSE, who are willing to appear for the CBSE examination.The last date for the registration process is 30th September 2019.
Online Registration Procedure:
- Application forms submitted after the last date will be rejected by the board and no further queries will be entertained
- Application forms and registration fees for the CBSE Exam will only be accepted in online mode
- It is mandatory to pay the application process fee, without which no registration will be considered complete
- Registration fees payment can be done through any of the digital payments mode i.e. Debit Card/Credit Card /Net Banking
- The Board has barred the offline payments i.e. Postal Order/Demand Draft/Cheque/Money Order and no fees will be accepted in these modes
- CBSE Examination–test centers will be allotted as per the address filled in the online form by the students
- Candidates from previous years who wish to reappear for the Board Exams are advised to provide the details on the online portal
Qualifications Required to be a Private Candidate:
- Students who are willing to appear and clear the CBSE Examination with an additional subject
- Students who have failed in the previous years CBSE Exam held in February – March2019 can reappear for the 2020 Board Examination
- Students who want to improve their grade of the previous year can reappear for the 2020 CBSE Board Examination
- Students who have ‘Compartmental Result’ in previous years examination have to appear again this time as Private Candidates
- Students who passed in theory papers but failed in practicals have to appear as private candidate
The online registration process for CBSE Exam 2020 for private candidates commenced on 26th August 2019. Those who have failed to qualify the 10th and 12th examinations of 2019, can reappear for the CBSE Exam in 2020. Students can directly refer to the official website for any further queries and assistance. There was a notice released stating that only online applications will be accepted for the registration and no offline mode will be accepted by the board.