CBSE class 10, 12 Admit Card 2020: The Central Board of Secondary Education has introduced a new rule for the class 10 and 12 board examination students set to appear for the examinations in 2020. As per the new regulation, it will be mandatory for the students appearing for the examination to have the signature of the parents on Class 10, 12 CBSE Admit Cards. The board is expected to issue instructions to all the schools regarding the same very soon.
The Board has also added that errors will not be rectified on the admit card of the students. The Examination Controller of CBSE, Dr. Sanyam Bharadwaj said that the errors in class 10 and 12 admit cards will not be corrected and it is mandatory for the parents to sign on the admit card.
The move has been introduced to make sure that the parents/guardians, later on, do not accuse the board of any error. To make sure that there are no mistakes in class 10 and 12 admit cards issued by the board for the examination, the schools have been instructed to check the registration forms submitted by the candidates thoroughly.
The list of Candidates is presently being filled with the class 10 and 12 students registration along with the class 9th and 11 registrations. The registration process is being completed by the CBSE schools but the students will be asked to cross-check all the information provided in the registration forms after the registration is completed.
The CBSE has introduced a few changes in the examination pattern this year for the lass 10 and 12 students. According to the new examination pattern, the number of descriptive questions in class 10 and 12 subjects have been reduced. There will be fewer descriptive questions for class 10 subjects such as Hindi, English, Science, Mathematics, Social Science, Home Science, and Sanskrit and class 12 subjects like Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Accounts, Sociology, Economics, and Business Studies.