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CBSE schedule released: 10th, 12th admissions, subject change and more

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If you are a student or a parent of a student who is going to appear for the CBSE board exams in 2024, you might want to know about the latest schedule and guidelines issued by the board regarding various aspects of the exams. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released a notice on its official website, cbse.gov.in, regarding the schedule of activities related to direct admission in classes 10 and 12, subject change, list of candidates (LOC), registration, children with special needs (CWSN) candidates and other matters for classes 10 and 12.

The notice states that the schools have to follow the amended schedule strictly so that other activities of the exams 2024 could be completed on time. The board has also released a document titled ‘Framework and significant guidelines in the context of the secondary and senior secondary certificate examination for the guidance of the schools’. The document contains detailed instructions and rules for schools to follow while conducting the exams.

According to the schedule, submission of LOC for classes 10 and 12 will start on August 14 and continue till September 13 without late fees. Submission of LOC with late fees will be allowed from September 14 to 22. LOC is an online application form that schools have to fill out and submit to register their students for the board exams.

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The guidelines also specify that schools have to give admission, compile cases of direct admissions separately for classes 10 and 12, send them to the concerned regional office, and resolve issues pertaining to deficiencies in admission cases by August 31. Direct admission refers to the admission of students who have changed their schools due to the transfer of their parents who are government employees.

Schools have to compile data on CWSN candidates, send it to the regional office, resolve any issue of deficiency, and submit the details in the LOC portal by August 31. CWSN candidates are those who have special needs such as visual impairment, hearing impairment, locomotor disability, autism spectrum disorder, etc.

Schools have to compile a list of students who have applied for subject change after July 15 due to direct admission or any other reason and send it to the regional office by August 31. They have to resolve any issue related to subject change and submit the correct subject name in LOC by August 31.

Schools have to compile attendance data for classes 10 and 12 up to January 1 of the academic session and submit it by January 5. They have to resolve any issue related to attendance shortage and submit the details by January 20. Schools will receive approvals from the CBSE by January 31.

Students who want to participate in olympiads or sports competitions have to submit their requests by December which the schools will then send to the Sports Authority of India (SAI) or the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education for recommendations.

The notice also mentions that schools have to follow the CBSE curriculum and syllabus strictly and not deviate from it. They have to ensure that students complete their practical work, projects, assignments, and internal assessments on time. They have to maintain proper records of all these activities and upload them on the CBSE portal as per instructions.

The notice also advises schools to keep themselves updated with the latest information and circulars issued by the board from time to time. They have to communicate with their respective regional offices in case of any doubt or query. They have to ensure that they follow all the rules and regulations laid down by the board for conducting fair and smooth exams.

The CBSE board exams are one of the most important milestones in a student’s academic career. They require proper planning, preparation, and execution from both students and schools. By releasing this schedule and guidelines, the board has tried to provide clarity and direction to all the stakeholders involved in this process. It is expected that students and schools will adhere to this schedule and guidelines and perform well in their exams.

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