Search

CBSE Board Exam 2020: Check Answers of Frequently Asked Questions Related to Pending Papers, Change of Examination Center & More

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a PDF containing 23 important frequently asked questions with answers on its official website cbse.nic.in. The board has answered some critical questions which have been frequently asked by students. Check details.

Jun 8, 2020 17:57 IST
facebook IconTwitter IconWhatsapp Icon
CBSE Board Exam 2020: Check Answers of Frequently Asked Questions Related to Pending Papers, Change of Examination Center & More
CBSE Board Exam 2020: Check Answers of Frequently Asked Questions Related to Pending Papers, Change of Examination Center & More

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a PDF containing 23 important frequently asked questions with answers on its official website cbse.nic.in. The board has answered some critical questions which have been frequently asked by students.

CBSE 10th & 12th. Students of CBSE 12th & 10th who are going to appear for CBSE board exam 2020 from 1st July to 15 July must read it carefully. Although, it is also useful for students who have recently moved to CBSE Class 10th & Class 12th. 

CBSE is going to conduct pending papers of 10th & 12th from 1st July onwards in 15,000 examination centres all over India. Recently CBSE has also issued detailed guidelines for students who wish to change their examination centres. You can learn more about this story from the link given below

CBSE Board Exam 2020: New Guidelines For Students Who Wish To Change Exam Centres To Their Home Districts & Other Important Updates!

CBSE has given some relief to students with special needs and it’s up to them whether they want to write pending papers or not. Their results will be published using an alternate method of assessment. Check more about this story from the link given below

CBSE 10th & 12th Board Exam 2020: These Students Can Skip Papers, Alternate Method Of Assessment Will Be Used!

As per the latest updates, CBSE Result 2020 for 10th & 12th is expected to be announced before 15th August 2020. During an exclusive interview with BBC, HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal said that the plan is to publish the results before 15th August. When he was asked about reopening of Schools and colleges then he said one can expect after 15 August or later. You can learn about this story from the link given below

Unlock 1.0 - Schools, Universities, Colleges, Coaching & Other Educational Institutions To Be Opened After Consultation with UTs & States: MHA

Exam dates for competitive exams like JEE Main, NEET have been already announced and students who want to practice mock test online can attempt mock test with their smartphone using 'National Test Abhyaas' app. Learn more from the link given below

NEET & JEE Main 2020 Aspirants Can Attempt Free Mock Test Online: HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ Announced Launch Of ‘National Test Abhyaas’ Application - Get Direct Link

FAQs & Their Answers (by CBSE)

Download PDF & get FAQs & their answers.

FAQ

How regular candidates can make a request to change the examination centre?

Answer is available in the PDF.

What are the important conditions for change of examination centre which need to be kept in mind by the students?

Important conditions are as follows:-  Change of centre in the same district will not be allowed.  NCT of Delhi will be considered as one district for this purpose hence change of examination centre from one district of Delhi to another district of Delhi will not be permitted.  Change of examination centre will be centre in neighbouring district will be allotted.  In the containment zone, no examination centre will be permitted. In case of schools falling in containment zones as on date, examination centre of the students of these schools will be allotted outside the containment zone.  Private candidates (2nd chance Compartment, Failures of previous year, Improvement of Performance, Additional subject, Female candidates of NCT of Delhi, Visually Impaired candidates) and Patrachar Vidyalaya candidates who have not shifted from their district of examination centre to any other district in India will be required to appear for the examination from the allotted examination centre from where they have appeared earlier upto 18.3.2020.  No examination will be conducted for the students studying in CBSE affiliated schools situated outside India(abroad) because of restrictions imposed by their Governments. Their result will be declared as per the assessment scheme to be decided by the Board.  Result in respect of the subjects whose examinations will not be conducted by the Board will also be declared as per assessment scheme to be decided by the Board.  In case children with special needs availing the facility of scribe do not wish to appear in the forthcoming examination because of noncompliance of social distancing norms, their result will be declared as per the assessment scheme allowed only in the district in which the applicant has shifted to, and in which CBSE is having affiliated schools. Provided, in case, a student is presently staying in a district in which there is no CBSE school (more content in PDF)

What is the eligibility for making request for change of examination centre for private candidates?

Private candidates who have shifted from their district of examination centre to some other district in India can also make a request to change their examination centre.

Because of the prevailing condition of spread of COVID-19 pandemic in the country, special efforts are required for conducting examinations in a safe manner. As a number of students have shifted from the district of their school to some other district in the country, what efforts have made by the CBSE to address the issue of safe conduct of remaining examinations?

CBSE has decided to address the issue of safe conduct of forthcoming examination by taking following two decisions: 1. Examinations would now be conducted in the respective schools of the candidates instead of the examination centre already allotted. 2. CBSE will allow change of examination centre in respect of candidates who have shifted and are residing in some other district in the country than the place of their school.

What is the eligibility for making request for change of examination centre for regular candidates?

Following category of regular candidates who have shifted from their district of school to some other district in India will be eligible to make request for change of examination centre: i) Students who were residing in hostels ii) Students sponsored by State Governments iii) Students who have shifted from the district of their school to some other district within India

Related Stories