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Attendance Requirements for Class X & XII

Feb 3, 2014 15:33 IST

    The instructions of CBSE regarding the percentage of attendance required for Class IX, X, XI, XII, so that, he/ she is eligible for the examinations conducted by the Board/ School is marked as 75%. The attendance requirement for the Practical work in a Laboratory for those subjects involving practical examination is also marked as 75%. Apart from these, candidates who appeared the examination preceding year and failed, are also required to complete the norm of 75% attendance from the 1st month following the publication of the result till the preceding month after which the exam will commence.

    A bonus of atleast 60% attendance is made compulsory for the students of Class IX, X, XI, XII participating in Sports at National level organized by recognized Federations/ CBSE/ SGFI. Candidates possessing subjects involving practical are required to complete their norm of 60% attendance for their respective subjects in Laboratories. As per the same case, for the students failed in preceding year and are participating in Sports at National level are also required to fulfill their 60% attendance according to the law of Board examination inorder to deem him/her eligible for the Examinations conducted by the Board.

    For the students migrating from other institutions, their attendance record from the previous School/ Institution would be taken into account, as per the recognition of the Education Department of the State/Union Territory from which the candidate migrates.

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