Admit cards for private candidates for CBSE candidates has been released at the official website of CBSE cbse.nic.in
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the online admit card/intimation letter for Private Candidates appearing for class 10 and 12 exams, 2017. Candidates can download their admit card from board’s official website, cbse.nic.in.
Below are the steps to be followed to download CBSE Class 10 and 12 Board Exams 2017 Admit Card:
1. Go to the CBSE’s official website cbse.nic.in.
2. Click on the activated link ‘Admit Card/Intimation Letter for Private Candidates of Board Exam 2017.’
3. In the regions section, select any suitable option out of the two: Other Region and Delhi Region.
4. Then choose any one of the three options: Application No. , Previous Roll no. and year or Candidate name, and fill in the related information to proceed further.
In case, if a candidate encounters any problem while downloading the admit card, he/she can take help using the CBSE’s toll free helpline number 1800 11 8004, from any part of the country.
Class 10 board exams will be held from March 9 to April 10. The Class 12 exam will start on March 9 and end on April 29. Last week, CBSE released the admit cards of the regular students for the class 10 and class 12. It is expected that around 16.67 lakh students will be appearing for board exams. Every year, CBSE schedules the class 10 and 12 board exams to commence from the first week of March. But, this year, on account of the assembly polls, CBSE has taken a measure to avoid any sort of conflict between election dates and CBSE board examinations 2017.
The online list of candidates (LOC) for Class 10 and 12, Generation of Admit Card and Centre Material (Attendance sheet, Centre LOC etc.) are also available on the official website.
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