CBSE Compartment Exams to be Held in September

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) proposed that Compartment Examinations for classes 10 and 12 should be conducted in September 2020. In a circular released on Thursday, the board said that the examination dates would be announced as soon as possible.

The CBSE said that for class 12, regular candidates who appeared in February/March 2020 through schools affiliated with CBSE and declared as Compartment are eligible to apply only in one subject that was placed in Compartment. For class 10, regular candidates who appeared in February/March 2020 through schools affiliated with CBSE and declared as Compartment are eligible to apply for one or two subjects placed in Compartment, CBSE added.

CBSE will be issuing two circulars to appear in compartment examinations – for regular candidates appearing through schools and for private candidates applying directly through the CBSE website. The standard fee to be remitted per subject for class X/XII Compartmental examination is Rs 300/- for schools in India. It is Rs 2,000/- per subject for schools outside India.

The schedule for online submission of fees is from August 13th to 5 pm on August 20th. Candidates will have to pay a late fee of Rs 2,000/- in addition to the regular charge for late submissions up to 5 pm on August 22nd.

What are CBSE Compartment Exams?

CBSE conducts CBSE compartment exams for candidates who did not pass the CBSE Class 10 or 12 regular exams. Candidates failing one of the five subjects of external examination are placed in the compartment category for that subject, provided they have already qualified in all the subjects of internal assessment.

About CBSE

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a national level board of education in India that conducts examinations for the public and private schools across the country. The Union Government of India controls CBSE. All schools affiliated with the CBSE are required to follow the NCERT curriculum. All Kendriya Vidyalayas, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, private schools, and most of the schools approved by the central government of India are affiliated with CBSE. Every year, the Central Board of Secondary Education conducts board examinations for class 10th and 12th students in March and declares the results for both the classes in May.

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