The proposed scheme is expected to benefit around 3.14 lakh students from both classes X and XII. This new initiative is expected to cost about Rs. 57.20 crore per annum.
he CBSE had recently doubled the fee of Class X and XII Board examinations from Rs 750 to Rs 1,500. According to the education board, SC/ST students in Delhi will now have to pay Rs 1,200 instead of Rs 50 earlier.
The migration fee, which was Rs 150 earlier, has also been increased to Rs 350. The students appearing for the Class X board exams are registered for it when in Class IX and those appearing for Class XII exams are registered when in Class XI.
The Department has also asked CBSE to monitor whether the guidelines issued by the State as well as CBSE for reduction of load of school bags and use of NCERT prescribed books are being scrupulously followed by these schools.
CBSE will provide Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) marksheets to all candidates and eligibility certificates to successful candidates in Digital Format in their DigiLocker account.
This year, the CBSE has declared its result 28 days before the last years' date and accordingly, other activities have also been advanced.
Results is also available on Google and Microsoft. Students please note that they may also need their CBSE Admit card ID along with their CBSE Roll number.
CBSE on Thursday declared the results of Class 12 board examinations. The pass percentage jumped by 0.31 per cent this year and stood at 83.4 per cent. The top three performing regions are Thiruvananthapuram (98.2 per cent), Chennai (92.93 per cent) and New Delhi (91.87 per cent).
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Thursday declared the results of Class 12 examinations and results of Class 10 examination on Thursday, May 5.
UP Board class X and XII exams began on February 7 and concluded in the first week of March. 8,354 schools were made as exam centres for 58,06,922 candidates.