The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has discharged a warning for Class 10 and Class 12 Board understudies only seven days before the examinations begin.
According to the notice which was discharged on Friday, February 23, 2018, the schools subsidiary to CBSE Board can’t withhold the Admit cards of board bound understudies on any affection. It likewise told that schools can’t withhold the Admit cards those understudies who badly performed in the board exams.
Reminding the schools the way that the Board issues the Admit Card in light of the rundown got by schools of qualified competitors, the CBSE has entirely asked the board associated schools to respect the same.
Saying the Rule 15 of Examination Bye-Laws, the CBSE Board stated, “For no situation the Heads of subsidiary schools should keep qualified hopefuls from showing up at the examination.”
The CBSE Board schools are will undoubtedly hand over the concede cards to the understudies and are not permitted to clutch the same.
On the off chance that any, if an understudy/s is/are confronting any such concerns, they are encouraged to check the official notice accessible on the official site of cbse.nic.in
The understudies ought to likewise take note of that schools can’t charge any expense for issuing the concede cards to the Class 10, 12 understudies.
The CBSE board exams for Class 10 and 12 understudies are good to go to start from March 5, 2018.
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