CBSE Private Exam Form 2020

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CBSE has released private exam forms for class 10 and 12. The exams will be conducted in March 2020 with regular candidates. The last date to apply is 30th September 2019. Private students can submit the form till 15th October 2019 with late fees. Apply Here for admission as private candidate in CBSE exams 2020.

CBSE Private Forms 2020

Who can apply as a private candidate in CBSE exams?

Class 10 and class 12 private candidate form is not open for all. Here is the eligibility criteria for the same.

Eligibility for Class 10 Private Form:

  1. Candidates who have been declared FAIL in 2019
  2. Candidates who have been placed in COMPARTMENT in July 2019
  3. Candidates who have been placed in COMPARTMENT in Main – 2019 examinations but did not appear in Compartment – July 2019 Examinations
  4. Pass out candidates of 2019 who wish to appear for improving their performance in one or more subjects
  5. Pass out candidates of 2014 or after who wish to appear in an Additional subject.
  6. Teacher serving in an educational institution affiliated to the Board.
  7. Women candidate who is a bonafide resident of the National Capital Territory of Delhi and has attained the age for appearing in Class X.
  8. Physically Handicapped candidates who are bonafide resident of the National Capital Territory of Delhi and has attained the age for appearing in Class X on producing reasonable evidence of having difficulty to attend normal institutions can apply in the subjects not involving practical training/examination. Medical certificate in this regard be sent to the concerned Regional Office.
  9. To know more about eligibility criteria of class 10 private candidates check this circular issued by CBSE.

Eligibility for Class 12 Private Form:

  1. Candidates who have been declared FAIL in 2019
  2. Candidates who have been placed in COMPARTMENT in July 2019
  3. Candidates who have been placed in COMPARTMENT in Main – 2019 examinations but did not appear in Compartment – July 2019 Examinations
  4. Pass out candidates of 2019 who wish to appear for improving their performance in one or more subjects
  5. Pass out candidates of 2014 or after who wish to appear in an Additional subject.
  6. Teacher serving in an educational institution affiliated to the Board and has qualified Class X or an equivalent examination from any recognized Board in 2018 or earlier.
  7. Women candidate who is a bonafide resident of the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT of Delhi) and has qualified Class X or an equivalent examination from any recognized Board in 2018 or earlier.
  8. Physically Handicapped student who is a bonafide resident of the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT of Delhi) and who has qualified Class X or an equivalent examination from any recognized Board in 2018 or earlier.
  9. To know more about eligibility criteria of class 10 private candidates check this circular issued by CBSE.

How to Apply

As discussed, private candidate option is not open for all. The eligible candidates can Apply Here for admission as private candidate in CBSE exams 2020.

  • Examination centre once allotted will be final and no request for change of examination centre will be considered. Examination centre will be allotted by the Board based on the current residential address of the applicant.
  • Applicant will be able to apply only for subjects which are auto-generated in the system. 3
  • Fresh (New) Roll Number will be allotted by the Board for the candidates appearing in 2020.
  • In no case the candidates will be allowed to appear with the previous year’s Roll Number.

How to get Admit Card

Eligible candidate will be able to download their Admit Card from the CBSE website www.cbse.nic.in in the month of February 2020.

How to get Marks-sheet and Certificate

Students from outside Delhi: Original Marksheet cum Certificate will be sent by the concerned Regional Office to the residential address given by the applicant in the application form, by Speed Post.

Students from Delhi: Original Marksheet cum Certificate will be sent by Regional Office, Delhi to the examination centre where the candidate had appeared for the examination. Candidate can collect the Marksheet cum Certificate from the examination centre on production of original admit card. Examination centre will keep original document for one year from the month of declaration of result and thereafter leftout documents will be returned to Regional Office, Delhi East or Delhi West, as the case may be.

Declaration of Result

Result will be declared in the month of May 2020 and will be available on the CBSE website. However, no enquiries related to the actual date of declaration of result will be attended to.

Issue of Marksheet cum Certificate

  1. Original mark-sheet and certificate of previous year examination is not to be surrendered to the CBSE.
  2. Marksheet cum Certificate of 2020 examination will be issued to all the candidates who will appear for the examination in the month of February/March, 2020 immediately after declaration of result.
  3. Candidate appearing for Improvement of Performance or for Additional subject will be issued a separate fresh Marksheet cum Certificate reflecting only the marks obtained in the said examination.
  4. Consolidated marksheet cum certificate will be issued only to such candidate who will appear for 2nd chance Compartment and will pass in the said Compartment Examination in 2020. Consolidated marksheet cum certificate will contain marks obtained in the subjects passed in the previous examination held in March/April/July 2019 as also the marks obtained in the subject appeared for at the 2nd chance Compartment examination.

Other information

  • Candidates will be examined only in the Subjects and Syllabus as prescribed for the year of examination. Candidate must go through the eligibility and pass criteria as well as current curriculum and scheme of studies available on the CBSE website link www.cbseacademic.in/curriculum.html carefully before filling the form.
  • Private candidates cannot take subjects which have laboratory practice involved, however, women Private candidate can offer Home Science with Practical.
  • Board issues mark sheet indicating marks obtained in each subject separately. No aggregate score/percentage is mentioned by the Board. Candidates who take 5/6 subjects and pass in all 5/6 subjects, the percentage is to be calculated according to the norms of college/institution in which the candidate is seeking admission.
  • Applicant can fill only one application form. In case your application is already submitted you will not be allowed to apply again under any other category. Hence select the category carefully.
  • Applicant will be required to provide mobile number, email ID in correct format and correct postal address. Mobile Phone number should be of 10 digits and should contain numbers only.
  • Applicant will be required to provide mobile number, email ID in correct format and correct postal address. Mobile Phone number should be of 10 digits and should contain numbers only. Mobile number and e-mail id, either of self or any of the CENTRAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION 7 parent/sibling, should be provided so that any information to be sent by the Board reaches you. E-mail id of Cyber Café should not be given.
  • Payment should be made from either your own account/debit/credit card or any of your parent/sibling’s account/debit/credit card so that in the event of any refund, the same reaches you and no one else.
  • Applicant needs to upload scanned jpg files of their Photo and signature not exceeding 40 KB in size as per procedure given in Annexure 3.
  • Care should be taken for indicating the subject code against languages as there is more than one type of courses. For language, medium code is not required.
  • In the subject(s) where practical/project examination is involved, separate pass in theory & practical examination as also in the aggregate of the two is compulsory.
  • However, if a candidate has passed in Theory but failed in practical/project, he/she should apply for theory and practical both. Such candidate who could not appear in practical examination due to medical reasons should also apply for both Theory and Practical examination. Date/venue of Practical examination of such candidate will be informed by the Centre Superintendent of theory examination Centre as allotted by CBSE.

 




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3 thoughts on “CBSE Private Exam Form 2020”

  1. Sir Mujhe improvement ka exam dena h aur mera compartment aaya tha Jo ki maine July 2019 me first compartment clear ho chuka hu.to Mujhe improvement ke form me Kaun sa center number aur admit card I’d bharni chahiye. Sir please reply ?Sir mai 2019me pass hu

  2. Dear Sir/Madam
    My son is studying 9th Standard in Sharjah, UAE with Second Language French. Unfortunatelly I lost my Job and planning to move our native place Thrissur, Kerala after his 9th Final Exam. According to my knowledge there is no much school in my native place with French.
    Could my son change his second language from French to Hindi in his 10th Standard?
    Also please share Schools in Thrissur having French to try seats.
    Highly Appreciate your support.

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