CBSE Registration Process for Class 9th and 11th Exam Begins; Apply at cbse.nic.in
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started the registration process for Classes 9 and 11 regular students for the academic session 2018-19. The registration link is available on the official website of the Board, www.cbse.nic.in. The CBSE has asked all affiliated schools to register themselves before proceeding for online registration of their students. It also asked the schools to use the ‘Affiliation Number’ as user ID already available with them.
According to the Board, newly affiliated schools should contact the concerned Regional Office of the CBSE for obtaining password after which schools are advised to change the password for future use and keep it confidential to avoid misuse.
All the schools have been strictly advised to offer subjects to the affiliated to the students only within the choices prescribed by the educational board. Any action disobeyed by any school will be leading to the cancellation of the students from being registered, effectively.
Important things to know before registering:
- Aadhaar card for online registration process isn’t required. As per CBSE, if a student doesn’t have Aadhaar card, he/she can enter passport no, ration card no, bank account no or any other valid ID.
- While registering, students will need to pay application fee of Rs 150, students with disabilities are exempted.
- Application fee can be paid till October 30 with late fee of Rs 500, Rs 1000, Rs 2000 and Rs 5000 for registration from October 31 to November 12, November 13 to November 20 and November 21 to November 28, respectively.
Important things for schools:
- The spelling of student, mother’s and father’s name is correct and as per the admission and withdrawal register maintained by the school
- Date of birth is as per admission and withdrawal register maintained by the school
- Subject combinations are correct and are as per the scheme of studies
- Subject codes are correct (fill the subject as offered by the school)
- Selection of Hindi – A, Hindi – B and Urdu etc in Class – 9 should be done cautiously
- Selection of Hindi (Core), Hindi (Elective), English (Core), English (Elective), Sanskrit (Core), Sanskrit (Elective), Urdu (Core), Urdu (Elective) etc. in Class 11 be done cautiously.
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