The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday announced that it would begin the process of registration of classes 9 and 10 in 2021-22 academic session from December 15, according to officials.
The registration link will be available on the official website www.cbse.nic.in, the board said in its notice, and affiliate schools can register their class 9th and 11th students online.
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As per the notice, “Only those students will be allowed to appear in the 2022-23 board exams of class 10th and 12th who will have their names submitted through the online application process.”
All affiliated schools will present a list of student numbers and details in the order of classes 9, 10, 11, and 12 during the start of the education session in the manner prescribed by the board.
Newly affiliated schools are required to contact the relevant regional office to obtain a school code and password, in case they do not receive a password.
“New schools should first add information to the OASIS portfolio. Information about OASIS should be filled in very carefully. No schools will be allowed to change the announced category/student capacity thereafter,” the CBSE statement said.
All schools affiliated with CBSE are required to register before proceeding with online submission. Schools should use ‘Collaboration Number’ as the user id, which is already available. The board has advised schools to submit the correct details, as no repair window will be available from this year.
Highlighting school activities within the enrollment system, CBSE aforesaid schools should make sure that sponsored students are regular and honest school students. It also instructed schools to make sure that students frequently attend classes and aren’t registered with different school Education Boards additionally to the CBSE.
Meanwhile, CBSE recently announced that it has ruled that no prior approval will be required by Board students to apply for admission to board schools. The decision was made as more students studying abroad on overseas Boards joined CBSE-affiliated schools in the aftermath of the coronavirus epidemic.
In addition, CBSE also stated that it will use advanced data analysis to ensure integrity in ongoing tests by identifying institutions where there is a high probability that a person will use improper methods.
The test should be done in a standard and fair manner. Every effort has been made to prevent the adoption of invasive methods by monitoring the appointment of external observers and the flying team, as well as the use of CCTV, Antriksh Jori, Director (IT), CBSE stated earlier.
Students attending CBSE-affiliated schools in India need to pay Rs300 for registration. While students living abroad will have to pay Rs500. The registration window will close on December 30, Thursday.
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