CBSE Board Exam Important Notification 2019: Specially-Abled Class 10 & 12 Candidates Can Request for Exemptions; Know the Schedule & Process to Apply
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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) are all geared up to conduct their next board exams in March to April 2019. Gradually, the board is sharing the schedule and other information related to the class 10 and class 12 board examinations. In the recent, CBSE has released timetable for students who are seeking exemptions or concessions under the (Persons with Disabilities) PWD category. The notification which is available on the official website; instructs the schools to send all the request received by the specially-abled students before the last date of submission, which as of now is November 22. CBSE Invites Case Studies of Best Practices From Schools & Teachers! Know Important Points to Remember While Sharing Through DIKSHA. 

The parents and students can make the request for the exemptions or concessions to their school after submitting proper documentation. The entire process from the date of intimation to school to students; will take a period of around two months. CBSE Answer Sheets at Rs. 2 per Page! Students Not Required to Pay Hefty Amount for Their Copies, SC Disposes of Contempt Plea. 

Procedure to request exemptions to CBSE by the students and schools

1. Parents or students should be made aware by the schools that if they wish to make any request, the same should be conferred to the schools only.

2. The concerned parents or students must submit the accurate documents to make the request for the exemptions or concessions.

3. After receiving the same, all the Head of the schools should send their correspondence to the Regional Office concerned.

CBSE in the recent of times has also come up with some significant changes for the upcoming board examinations for classes 10 and 12. After the release of the sample papers for the candidates, CBSE has also released the revised question paper format for both the classes. This time, there is an increase in the internal choices by 33 per cent in various subjects for the CBSE board exams in 2019.