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CBSE compartment and improvement exam 2017: Register online

Jun 22, 2017 10:04 IST

    Class 10 Improvement Exam, CBSE Improvement Exam 2017, Compartment Exam Fee Structure, CBSE Compartment Exam 2017The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the notification for online submission of forms of Compartment/6th subject for Class 12 and Improvement of Performance (IOP) Exam  in class 10 by private candidates 2017. Examination for both the categories is scheduled to be held in July 2017.

    CBSE Class 10 Regular candidates 2017: Apply for RW and EIOP to respective schools

    Candidates who have appeared in March 2017 examination as a private candidate and placed under compartment in class 12 or in EIOP in class 10, will be eligible to apply through the CBSE website.

    Class XII Compartment Examination July 2017

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Candidate declared as compartment in March 2017 or March 2016 (who appeared as full subject candidate and placed in compartment) is eligible to apply only in one subject in which he/she has been placed in Compartment.
    • Candidates who have appeared in 6 subjects in March 2017 and declared PASS but could not clear one subject can appear in that subject in July 2017 Examination as an Improvement category.
    • Candidate who have taken 5 subjects and result in FAIL in March 2017 due to failing in 2 subjects (or more) are not eligible for this Compartment Examination July 2017. Such candidates are advised to apply as a Private Candidate for Examination ( in all or 2 subjects) to be held in March 2018.

    Fee structure:

    • Candiadets applying under Delhi Scheme will have to pay an total amount of Rs. 200.
    • Candidates applying from within India will have to submit an amount of Rs. 200/- along with Rs. 55/- as postal charges (excluding Delhi region).
    • Candidates applying from outside India will have to submit an amount of Rs. 1000/- along with Rs. 200/- as postal charges.
    • Fee shall be deposited within the period of 12th June to 27th June 2017, extending which candidate will have to pay late fees as mentioned in the table below.

    Detailed information for the fee structure is given below:

    Class 12 Compartment Exam, CBSE Compartment Exam 2017, Compartment Exam Fee Structure

    Class 10 Improvement of Performance Examination July 2017

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Candidate who applied through Private Application form and appeared for Class X Examination held in March 2017 and placed in the category EIOP is only eligible to apply.
    • Candidates who have been awarded EIOP in Mar 2017 Examination will be given only one chance of improvement. In case a candidate of Mar 2017 with EIOP fails to clear the Jul 2017 examination and gets result NIOP, he/she will not be given any further chance for Improvement. Such candidates, however can appear afresh for March 2018 Examination with full subjects privately/through CBSE affiliated school.

    Note: Candidates who have already passed in March 2017 Examination and intend to improve their performance should apply through Private/IOP online form during the month of Oct/Nov 2017. 

    Fee structure:

    • Candiadets applying under Delhi Scheme will have to pay an total amount of Rs. 200.
    • Candidates applying from within India will have to submit an amount of Rs. 200 per subject along with Rs. 55/- as postal charges (excluding Delhi region).
    • Candidates applying from outside India will have to submit an amount of Rs. 1000/- along with Rs. 200/- as postal charges.
    • Fee shall be deposited within the period of 12th June to 27th June 2017, extending which candidate will have to pay late fees as mentioned in the table below.

    Detailed information for the fee structure is given below:

     Class 10 Improvement Exam, CBSE Improvement Exam 2017, Improvement Exam Fee Structure

    Procedure of Submitting Online Application

    • Candidates can fill in the online application on CBSE’S official website cbse.nic.in.
    • Here, firstly enter your Roll No., School No. and Centre No. as mentioned in the admit card.
    • Enter your address and select the subject (Class XII only)
    • Submit the application and note down “Application ID”.
    • Upload your recent color photograph in JPG format having the maximum size 50 KB JPG) and signature with maximum size 4 KB and in JPG format.
    • Go to fee payment option and make payment.
    • Take print of confirmation page and signt the same.
    • Signed copy of confirmation page, copy of Marksheet along with proof of deposited Fee (e-Challan) should be sent to ‘Regional Officer, CBSE Regional Office” within 7 days as per address given in confirmation page.

    Fee Payment Instructions

    • Candidates applying from within India shall make the fee payment through gateway (credit/debit card) or e-challan of ICICI Bank and Syndicate Bank
    • Candidates applying from outside India should send fee through demand draft favouring ‘Secretary, CBSE’ payable at the place of Regional Office so as to reach within 7 days of the online submission of the application
    • In case of any link break or network failure due to which your application status is not updated but amount has been debited from your account, then do not try paying fee again and also not try to change the payment mode.

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