CBSE announces re- examinations for classes 10th and 12th

A hope for all those who couldn’t clear their exams :


  1. CBSE Announced re-examination for 10th & 12th.
  2. Aadhar Card will play a major role.
  3. A hope back to students

There is no doubt that the Board examinations of class 10th and 12th play a major role in a student’s life, which is why it came as a welcome surprise to all the students who couldn’t clear their Board exams or did not score much when the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) announced that re-examinations would be held for all the 10th and 12th class students. 

“Those candidates who have passed/failed in class X/XII in 2017 Examination can also seek fresh admission as regular candidate in a CBSE affiliated school and appear in X/XII Examination 2018 for improvement (for pass out candidates)/passing (for failed candidates),\\\" said the Board. 

The board also announced that a major change except for this re examination that is going to take place would be the time when board exams are held. Starting from 2018, CBSE will be conducting board exams in the month of February instead of March.

While CBSE is putting forward a whole new method of evaluation, another addition to the set of changes is that the board made it absolutely mandatory to use the Aadhaar number for the registration of board exams from now on. “All CBSE affiliated schools should register themselves before proceeding for online submission. They can use the password and \\\'Affiliation Number\\\' as user ID already available with them. Newly affiliated schools should contact the concerned Regional Office of the CBSE for obtaining password.\\\"

\\\"Aadhaar number field provided in online system is mandatory. Wherever Aadhaar number is not available; Aadhaar enrollment number can be provided. Residents of Indian states where Aadhaar enrollment is not being done may provide Bank details in lieu of Aadhaar,\\\" a published notification from the board said.

While CBSE has taken a good step with the concept of re-examinations, we are yet to see how different the scenario is going to be for the students with the change in the schedule for Board exams.