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CBSE EXAM CIRCULARS

wrt CWSN ​as on 9/11/18

9 Nov 2018 :  


Extension of LOC date to 22 Nov 2018 ​(as on 9 Nov 2018)
5 Nov 2018​​ : 
Schedule for Making Request to Avail Facilities/Exemptions in case of PwD Candidates of Class X/XII
23 Oct 2018 :  
Submission of forms for Private Candidates 2019  
Submission of forms for Class- X Private Candidates 2019
Submission of forms for Class- XII Private Candidates 2019
Online application link private 

16 Oct 2018 : 
Submission of List of Candidates (LOC) for Class X/XII Examination,2019
1​​2 Oct 2018 : 
Procedure For Making Request To CBSE By Schools/Students
1 Oct 2018 :  
Registration of Class IX/XI students for session 2018-19
26 Sep 2018 ​:  
Exemptions/Concessions extended to Persons with Benchmark Disabilities for Class X & XII CBSE exam
and Standard Operating Procedure
1 Mar 2018​​ :  
Riders to appointment of scribe in case of sudden illness
27 Feb 2018 :  
Additional Concessions/Facilities for Candidates with Special Needs (CWSN)
1 Feb 2018 : 
Addition/Amendment in the Examination bye-laws
24 Jan 2017 (Obsolete) : 
( Old 2017 ) Instructions on Exemptions / Concessions being extended to Differently Abled Candidates for
class X & XII Examinations conducted by the CBSE
COORD/SO(Ptg) /112489/Pvt.2019/ 23rd October, 2018

NOTICE

Subject: Submission of forms for Class- X Private Candidates 2019

The Online submission of form by the candidates placed in the category


FAIL/COMPARTMENT and those who wish to appear for improving their
performance or for an Additional subject as Private candidate for the examination
scheduled to be held in February/March/April 2019 has been started. The
examinations for the subjects to be held in February and March/April are given in
Circular No. Coord./Exam/2018 dated 5th October, 2018 available on the website
www.cbse.nic.in.

2. Eligibility, Fee, detailed procedure of submitting online application is described


in the Annexures. Candidate/Parent(s) are advised to go through the eligibility and
detailed procedure before applying.

Features of Online system of registration are:

i) No form will be accepted in offline mode. All forms will only be accepted
on online mode and as per the schedules given.

ii) Fees for all activities will be accepted only through digital payments mode.
The requisite fee can be paid through Net banking, debit/credit card (both
national/ international). No fee shall be accepted in offline mode i.e DD/
Postal Order /Money order/ cheque etc. No application will be accepted
without fee.

iii) Candidates will be provided question papers in the same medium as


filled in the Form. Meaning thereby, if a candidate is opting English
as a medium, he will be supplied QP in only English language. If a
student opting Hindi as medium, he will be supplied bilingual QP i.e.
in Hindi & English. Candidates are therefore requested to fill the
correct medium of Question Paper and correct option only to avoid
last minute problem. Medium will not be changed later on.

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iv) Board is extending several exemptions/concessions to candidates with
disabilities as defined in the “THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT 2016”. In this context, NOTIFICATION No.
CBSE/Coord/112233/2018 dated 26.09.2018 issued by the Board, may
please be referred to. For seeking exemptions/concessions, Candidates
will be required to send copy of the Medical Certificate (Disability
Certificate) to the concerned Regional Office of CBSE as given in
Annexure-I.

v) Details in respect of candidates who have appeared in the Board’s


examination held in 2018 examination will be auto-generated in the online
system. However, candidates of 2017 or prior will need to submit the
details on the online portal. If a candidate makes wrong entries in his/her
application form or gives false statement or produces false document,
his/her form shall be rejected, fee paid shall be forfeited and such
candidates shall be considered to have used unfair practices and dealt
accordingly

vi) For the Examination - 2019, controlling region for the candidate will be
decided by the online system based on the current residential address
entered by the applicant. For example: if candidate has appeared in class
XII main examination from Varanasi (under Regional Office Allahabad)
and is now filling the address of Jaipur, which is under Regional Office,
Ajmer, the examination centre will be allotted under the jurisdiction of
Regional Office, Ajmer. However, eligibility for appearing in the
examination will be decided by the Regional Office Allahabad.

vii) It has been observed that some candidates complete the online entry of
application but do not remit the fee. If fee is not remitted by last date,
his/her application will be rejected without any notice.

viii) Mere submission of form and payment of fee will not confer a right on the
candidate for appearing in the examination. His/her eligibility will depend
upon the fulfilment of the eligibility conditions prescribed by the Board.

For eligibility, last date and late fee, please refer to annexure. For any queries,
call at CBSE Helpline No. 1800-11-8002 between 9.30 AM- 5.30 PM on all working
days.

(DR. SANYAM BHARDWAJ)


CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS

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CANDIDATE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY AS PRIVATE CANDIDATE
FOR ALL INDIA SECONDARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION (CLASS X)

CATEGORY ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA


FULL SUBJECT Candidate who has been declared as FAIL at the All
(5/6 SUBJECTS) India Secondary Examination (Class X).

OR

Teacher serving in educational institution affiliated to


the Board.
OR

Candidate who had completed regular course of


studies and had been allotted Roll No. for appearing at
AISSE examination but could not appear for the Class
X examination due to medical reasons except
shortage of attendance.

IMPROVEMENT OF Only such Candidate who has passed the


PERFORMANCE examination of the Board in 2018 can apply in 2019 for
improving his/her performance in one or more subjects
Candidate applying
provided he/she should have appeared in the same
for Improvement of
Performance cannot subjects in the examination held in March 2018.
apply for appearing
in Additional subject
together.
ADDITIONAL Candidate who has passed Board examination can
SUBJECT apply for an Additional subject from the list of subjects
enclosed, within 06 years of passing the examination
Note: Candidate
(candidates passed in
applying for
Additional Subject 2013/2014/2015/2016/2017/2018 are eligible to apply).
cannot apply for However, candidate cannot apply for a subject
appearing for involving practical work.
Upgrading of
performance
together
COMPARTMENT Candidate placed under COMPARTMENT category in
(02 SUBJECTS) March 2018 and July 2018 to apply only in the subject
in which he/she has been placed in Compartment.
Note: Candidate
applying under Such candidate who has been placed in compartment
COMPARTMENT in two subjects may opt for appearing in 5/6/7 subjects
category cannot
in which he/she had appeared in March 2018
apply for appearing
in Additional subject examination. Such candidate should select his/her
together.

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category as FAILURE while applying online.

Candidate applying under COMPARTMENT category


cannot apply for appearing in Additional subject
together.

FOR DELHI SECONDARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION(CLASS X)

CATEGORY ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA


FULL SUBJECT Candidate who has been declared as FAIL at the Delhi
(5/6 SUBJECTS) Secondary Examination (Class X).

OR

Teacher serving in educational institution affiliated to the


Board.
OR

Candidate who had completed regular course of studies


and had been allotted Roll No. for appearing at AISSE
examination but could not appear for the Class X
examination due to medical reasons except shortage of
attendance.
OR

Women candidate who is a bonafide resident of the


National Capital Territory of Delhi and has attained the
age for appearing in Class X.

(i) if would have appeared through a school as a


regular candidate; OR
(ii) one year after passing Class IX and two years
after passing Class VIII as a regular candidate
AND
(iii) satisfy the following additional conditions:-

(a) that she has privately pursued the prescribed


course of study under proper guidance; and
(b) that she is unable to join a Secondary School
affiliated to the Board or there are such other
reasons compelling her to appear at the
examination as a private candidate.
Note: Women candidate applying under this
category cannot take subjects involving practical
component. However they may opt for Home
Science with practical.

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OR

Physically Handicapped student on producing


reasonable evidence of having difficulty to attend normal
institutions in the subjects not involving practical
training/examination. Medical certificate in this regard be
sent to the concerned Regional Office.

IMPROVEMENT OF Only such candidate who has passed the examination


PERFORMANCE of the Board in 2018 can apply in 2019 for improving
his/her performance in one or more subjects provided
Candidate applying
he/she should have appeared in the same subjects in
for Improvement of
Performance cannot the examination held in March 2018.
apply for appearing
in Additional subject .
together.
ADDITIONAL Candidate who has passed Board examination can
SUBJECT apply for an Additional subject from the list of subjects
enclosed, within 06 years of passing the examination
Note: Candidate
(candidate who has passed in
applying for
Additional Subject 2013/2014/2015/2016/2017/2018 can apply). However,
cannot apply for the candidate is not allowed subject involving practical
appearing for work.
Upgrading of
performance
together
COMPARTMENT Candidate placed under COMPARTMENT category in
(02 SUBJECTS) March 2018 and July 2018 to apply only in the subject in
which he/she has been placed in Compartment.
Note: Candidate
applying under Such candidate who has been placed in compartment in
COMPARTMENT two subjects may opt for appearing in 5/6/7 subjects in
category cannot
which he/she had appeared in March 2018 examination.
apply for appearing
in Additional subject Such candidate should select his/her category as
together. FAILURE while applying online.

Candidate applying under COMPARTMENT category


cannot apply for appearing in Additional subject
together.

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Fee and Schedule for Class X (PRIVATE CANDIDATE)

Class X

Fee to be remitted per Student in INR


Fee Slab ALL INDIA DELHI SCHEME OUTSIDE INDIA Schedule for
SCHEME On-line
submission
of FORM

Without late Rs.900/- for 05 Rs.900 /- for 05 Rs.5000/- for 05


fee subjects subjects subjects

Rs.180/- Rs.180/- Fee per Rs.1000/- Fee per


subject for subject for one/extra 23.10. 2018
Fee per subject one/extra subject subject
for one/extra To
subject 17.11. 2018
Rs.200/- Rs.200/- Rs.1000/-
LAST DATE
Fee per subject Fee per subject for Fee per subject For WILL NOT BE
For Additional/ Additional/ Comptt./ Additional/ Comptt./ EXTENDED
Comptt./ Improvement Improvement
Improvement
Practical Fee Rs. 80/- for each Rs.80/- for each Rs.200/- for each
Practical/Project Practical/Project Practical/Project
Work Subject Work Subject Work Subject

With Late fee 18.11.2018


(Slab – I) Last date With Late Fee of Rs.500/- per candidate to
(in addition to Fee prescribed) 23.11.2018

With Late fee 24.11.2018


(Slab – II) Last date With Late Fee of Rs.1000/- per candidate to
(in addition to Fee prescribed) 30.11.2018

With Late fee 01.12.2018


(Slab – III) Last date With Late Fee of Rs.2000/- per candidate to
(in addition to Fee prescribed) 07.12.2018

With Late fee 08.12.2018


(Slab – IV) Last date With Late Fee of Rs.5000/- per candidate to
(in addition to Fee prescribed) 14.12.2018

 Visually impaired candidates are exempted from Examination


fee. However if form is submitted after the last date, late fee
will be applicable as per the late fee slab.

 Mode of Payment of Fee will be as per details given on


website.
 Female candidates residing outside Delhi are not eligible to apply
as private candidate.

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GENERAL INFORMATION APPLICABLE BOTH FOR CLASS X AND XII

1. Examination centre once allotted will be final and no request for change
of examination centre will be acceded to. Examination centre will be
allotted by the Board based on the current residential address of
applicant.

2. Candidate will be able to apply only for subjects which are auto-generated in
the system.

3. Fresh (New) Roll Number will be allotted by the Board for the candidates
appearing in 2019. In no case the candidates will be allowed to appear with
the previous year’s Roll No.

4. (I) For candidates who have given their address other than Delhi

(a) Admit Card: Eligible candidate will be able to download their Admit Card
from the CBSE website www.cbse.nic.in in the month of February 2019.

(b) Dispatch of original Marksheet/Certificate: Original Marksheet/


Certificate will be sent by the concerned Regional Office to the residential
address given by the applicant in the application form, by Speed Post.

(II) For candidates who have given their address of Delhi

(a) Admit Card: Eligible candidate will be able to download their Admit Card
from the CBSE website www.cbse.nic.in in the month of February 2019.

(b) Dispatch of original of Marksheet/Certificate: Original Marksheet/


Certificate will be sent by Regional Office, Delhi to the examination centre
where the candidate had appeared for the examination. Candidate can
collect the Marksheet/Certificate from the examination centre on
production of original admit card.

(III) Declaration of Result

Result will be declared during the months of May/June 2019 and will be
available on the CBSE website. However, no enquiries related to the actual
date of declaration of result will be attended to.

(IV) Issue of Marksheet/Certificate

(a) Original mark-sheet and certificate of previous year examination is not


to be surrendered to the CBSE.

(b) Marksheet of 2019 examination will be issued to all the candidates who
will appear for the examination in the month of February/March/April,
2019 immediately after declaration of result.

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(c) Certificate for 2019 examination will be issued in the month of June/July
2019 only to those candidates who will PASS the examination as per
the Pass criteria of the CBSE.

(d) Candidate appearing for Improvement of Performance or for Additional


subject will be issued a separate fresh Marksheet reflecting only the
marks obtained in the said examination.

(e) Consolidated marksheet will be issued only to such candidate who will
appear for 2nd chance Compartment and will pass in the said
Compartment Examination in 2019. Consolidated marksheet will
contain marks obtained in the subjects passed in the previous
examination held in March/April 2018 as also the marks obtained in the
subject appeared for at the 2nd chance Compartment examination.

(V) Candidates will be examined only in the Syllabus as prescribed for the
year of examination. Candidate must go through the eligibility and pass
criteria as well as current curriculum and scheme of studies available on
the CBSE website www.cbseacademic.in/curriculum.html carefully
before filling the form.

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Instructions to fill Online Private Application form

 Candidates details who have appeared in the Board examinations held


in 2018 will be auto-generated in the online system. Candidates of 2017
(or prior) will need to submit the details on the online application form.

 Put correct combination of your Roll number, School number and Centre
number (as given in your marksheet) of Board Examination (not applicable for
fresh female candidates).

 In case wrong details are filled the application will be processed and error
message will be displayed.

 Student can fill only one application form. In case your application is already
submitted you will not be allowed to apply again.

 Name, Father’s name, Mother’s name will be auto generated in case of


candidate who have appeared in 2018.

 Applicant will be required to provide mobile number, email ID in correct format


and correct postal address. Phone number should be of 10 digits and should
contain numbers only.

 For the 2019 examination, controlling region for the candidate will be decided
by the online system, based on the current residential address entered by the
applicant. For example: if candidate has appeared in class XII main
examination from Varanasi (Regional Office Allahabad) and is now
mentioning the residential address as Jaipur, which is under Regional Office,
Ajmer, the centre of examination will be at Jaipur which will be under the
jurisdiction of Regional Office, Ajmer

 Applicants need to upload scanned jpg files of their Photo and signature not
exceeding 40 KB in size.

 The code number of subject and medium should be entered very


carefully, after comparing with previous marks statements, if available.
Candidate entering medium as English will be getting question papers
only in English version. However, candidate entering medium as Hindi
will be provided bilingual question papers i.e. in Hindi and English
versions. For medium code write (1) for English and (2) for Hindi.

 Particular care should be taken for indicating the subject code against
languages as there is more than one type of courses. For language, medium
code is not required.

 Persons with Benchmark disabilities as defined in the Persons with


Disabilities Act, 2016 will be required to send copy of the Medical Certificate
(Disability Certificate) to the concerned Regional Office within 07 days of
submitting the online application form. However. In respect of
candidates belonging to remote areas viz. Arunachal Pradesh, Assam,
Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura, Lahaul and

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Spiti District and Pangi sub division of Chamba District of Himachal
Pradesh, Andaman & Nicobar Island, Lakshadweep and schools in
foreign countries the time period is 15 days grace time in place of 7
days.

FEE PAYMENT

(a) CBSE is now accepting fees for all activities only through digital payments
mode such as Netbanking, Debit/Credit card (both national/ international).

(b) The requisite fee can be deposited through payment gateway/ Netbanking,
debit/credit card (both national/ international). No fee shall be accepted in
offline mode i.e DD/ Postal Order /Money order/ cheque etc. No
application will be accepted without fee

(c) Fee paid is automatically updated by the Banks on CBSE server within 24
hours.

(d) In case of Bank related transaction or non updation of Fee on server the
candidates should contact the respective Bank through which payment
was made. Contact details of Banks is given on website of CBSE.

(e) Following may be informed to the bank while making communication


with Bank:

(i) Mode of Payment

(ii) Fee Reference No.

(iii) Amount paid

(iv) Date of paying the amount

(v) Bank reference number (Transaction ID as reflected in Bank account)

(vi) Your contact number

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Processing Charges to be received by the Bank

(A) Payment will be collected by bank in following modes:

1. Debit Card
2. Credit Card
3. Net Banking
4. International Card

(B) Following processing charges will be collected by Bank from applicants depositing the
fee:

S. Mode of Charges to be collected by the Bank from depositor


No. collection of fee
STATE UNION CENTRAL
HDFC BANK BANK OF BANK OF BANK OF
INDIA INDIA INDIA
Internet Banking
1. (In same bank) NIL NIL NIL NIL

Internet Banking Rs 4/- per txn. Rs 4/- per Rs 4/- per Rs 4/- per
2. (of other banks) + taxes txn. + taxes txn. + taxes txn. + taxes
Upto Rs Upto Rs Upto Rs Upto Rs
2000/- 2000/- 2000/- 2000/-
free free free free

Above 2000/- Above 2000/- Above 2000/- Above 2000/-


3. Any Debit Card 0.5% of the 0.5% of the 0.5% of the 0.5% of the
total total total total
transaction transaction transaction transaction
amount + amount + amount + amount +
taxes taxes taxes taxes

0.5% on txn 0.5% on txn 0.5% on txn 0.5% on txn


4. Any Credit Card
amt. + taxes amt. + taxes amt. + taxes amt. + taxes

International 2.75% on txn. 2.75% on txn. 2.75% on txn. 2.75% on txn.


5. Card Amt. + taxes Amt. + taxes Amt. + taxes Amt. + taxes

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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLASS-X

(a) Candidate will be provided question papers in the same medium as filled
in the form. Meaning thereby, if a candidate is opting English as a
medium, he will be supplied QP in only English language. If a candidate
opting Hindi as medium he will be supplied bilingual QP i.e. in Hindi &
English. Candidates is therefore requested to fill the correct medium of
Question Paper and correct option only to avoid last minute problem.
Medium will not be changed later on.

(b) If a candidate fails in any one of the three compulsory academic subjects (i.e.
Science, Mathematics and Social Science) and passes the Skill subject
(offered as 6th optional subject) then it will be replaced by the Skill subject and
result of Class X Board examination will be computed accordingly (only for
2018 or earlier).

(c) If a candidate fails in any language subject out of first five subjects, the same
will be replaced by language taken as seventh subject (optional) provided he
or she has passed seventh language subject and after replacement either
Hindi or English remains as passed language in first five subjects.

(d) Hindi or English should be one of the two languages to be offered. Hindi and
English can also be offered simultaneously. In Hindi and English, two courses
have been provided for class IX and X keeping in view the varying
backgrounds of the students and a candidate may either opt for Hindi A (Code
002) or Hindi B (Code 085) or English Communicative(Code 101) or English
Language & Literature(Code184).

(e) Board has prescribed scheme of studies which is available in the Curriculum
on the link http://cbseacademic.nic.in/curriculum.html on website
http://cbseacademic.nic.in/ for Secondary and Senior Secondary classes.
Candidate is required to offer the subjects in adherence with the Scheme of
Studies only.

(f) Board is extending several exemptions/concessions to candidates with


disabilities as defined in the “THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT 2016”. In this context, NOTIFICATION No.
CBSE/Coord/112233/2018 dated 26.09.2018 issued by the Board, may
please be referred to. For seeking exemptions/concessions, Candidates will
be required to send copy of the Medical Certificate (Disability Certificate)
alongwith confirmation page to the concerned Regional Office.

(g) Board issues mark sheet indicating marks obtained in each subject
separately. No aggregate score/percentage is mentioned by the Board.
Candidates who take 6/7 subjects and pass in all 6/7 subjects, the percentage
is to be calculated according to the norms of college/institution in which the
candidate is seeking admission.

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(h) If there is a violation of scheme of study the data uploaded will show error on
server after uploading. The error will be rectified only after choosing correct
subject combinations.

(i) In cases where candidate opts to take only 6 subjects with Language III as
additional (at 7th place) and vocational/academic elective (at 6th place) is not
opted Language-III chosen at 7th place will automatically become 6th subject of
that candidate. However, no such replacement benefit with failing subject will
be available to such candidate.

General instructions
(i) The first 5 subjects in the chronological order of filling the subjects in online
system are considered as Main subjects.

(ii) Marks obtained in Theory examination will be converted to 100 Marks.

(iii) Private candidates cannot take subjects which have laboratory practice
involved, however, women Private candidate can offer Home Science with
Practical.

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Class X Subjects with Theory and Internal Assessment Distribution

Sub Allowed/Not Internal Passing


Code Subject Name allowed Theory Assessment Total Marks

Allowed for
private
002 HINDI COURSE-A candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
003 URDU COURSE-A candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
004 PUNJABI candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
005 BENGALI candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
006 TAMIL candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
007 TELUGU candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
008 SINDHI candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
009 MARATHI candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
010 GUJARATI candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
011 MANIPURI candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
012 MALAYALAM candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
013 ODIA candidate 080 020 100 033

014 ASSAMESE Allowed for 080 020 100 033


private

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candidate

Allowed for
private
015 KANNADA candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
016 ARABIC candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
017 TIBETAN candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
018 FRENCH candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
020 GERMAN candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
021 RUSSIAN candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
023 PERSIAN candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
024 NEPALI candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
025 LIMBOO candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
026 LEPCHA candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
Visually
CARNATIC MUSIC Impaired
031 (VOCAL) candidate 025 075 100 033

Allowed for
CARNATIC MUSIC Visually
(MELODIC Impaired
032 INSTRUMENTS) candidate 025 075 100 033

Allowed for
Visually
CARNATIC Impaired
033 PER.INS. candidate 025 075 100 033

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Allowed for
Visually
Impaired
034 HINDINDUSTANI candidate 025 075 100 033
MUSIC (VOCAL)
Allowed for
Visually
HINDINDUSTANI Impaired
035 MUSIC (MELODIC candidate 025 075 100 033
INSTRUMENTS)
Allowed for
HINDINDUSTANI Visually
(PERCUSSION Impaired
036 INSTRUMENTS) candidate 025 075 100 033

Allowed for
private
041 MATHEMATICS candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
049 PAINTING candidate 100 100 033

Allowed for
private women
candidate under
064 HOME SCIENCE Delhi Scheme 075 025 100 033

NATIONAL Allowed for


CADET CORPS failure/Compt./
076 (NCC) IOP candidate 070 030 100 033

Allowed for
private
085 HINDI COURSE-B candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
Private/failure/
Compt./ IOP
086 SCIENCE candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
087 SOCIAL SCIENCE candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
TELUGU - private
089 TELANGANA candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
092 BODO candidate 080 020 100 033
Allowed for
093 TANGKHUL private candidate 080 020 100 033

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Allowed for
private
094 JAPANESE candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
095 BHUTIA candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
096 SPANISH candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
097 KASHMIRI candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
098 MIZO candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
099 BAHASA MELAYU candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
ENGLISH private
101 COMMUNICATIVE candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
122 SANSKRIT candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
131 RAI candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
132 GURUNG candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
133 TAMANG candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
134 SHERPA candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
private
136 THAI candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
ELEMENTES OF private
154 BUSINESS candidate 100 100 033

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FOUNDATION OF Allowed for
INFORMATION failure/ Compt./
165 TECHNOLOGY IOP candidate 040 060 100 033

INFORMATION & Allowed for


COMMUNICATION failure/ Compt./
TECHNOLOGY IOP candidate
166 (ICT) 040 060 100 033

ENGLISH Allowed for


LANGUAGE & private
184 LITERATURE candidate 080 020 100 033

ELEMENTS OF
BOOK- Allowed for
KEEPING & private
254 ACCOUNTANCY candidate 100 100 033

Allowed for
private
303 URDU COURSE-B candidate 080 020 100 033

Allowed for
e-PUBLISHING & failure/ Compt./
354 e-OFFICE IOP candidate 030 070 100 033

Allowed for
DYNAMICS OF failure/ Compt./
401 RETAILING IOP candidate 050 050 100 033

Allowed for
INFORMATION failure/ Compt./
402 TECHNOLOGY IOP candidate 050 050 100 033

Allowed for
failure/ Compt./
403 SECURITY IOP candidate 050 050 100 033

Allowed for
AUTOMOBILE failure/ Compt./
404 TECHNOLOGY IOP candidate 050 050 100 033

INTRODUCTION Not allowed for


OF FINANCIAL private
405 MARKET candidate 050 050 100 033

Allowed for
INTRODUCTION failure/ Compt./
406 TO TOURISM IOP candidate 050 050 100 033

Allowed for
BEAUTY & failure/ Compt./
407 WELLNESS IOP candidate 050 050 100 033
Allowed for
BASIC failure/ Compt./
408 AGRICULTURE IOP candidate 050 050 100 033

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Allowed for
FOOD failure/ Compt./
409 PRODUCTION IOP candidate 050 050 100 033
Allowed for
FRONT OFFICE failure/ Compt./
410 OPERATIONS IOP candidate 050 050 100 033

Allowed for
BANKING AND failure/ Compt./
411 INSURANCE IOP candidate 050 050 100 033

412 MARKETING & Allowed for


SALES failure/ Compt./
IOP candidate 050 050 100 033

413 HEALTH CARE Allowed for


SERVICES failure/ Compt./
IOP candidate 050 050 100 033

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Annexure-I

FOR ANY QUERY OR HELP CONTACT FOLLOWING DURING OFFICE HOURS

Regional Office Jurisdiction For any technical For any


of Regional query regarding examination related
Offices Online submission query
Regional Office - Delhi NCT of Delhi, rodlicu@gmail.com Tel:91-11-22236195
Central Board of Foreign Tel:91-11-
Secondary Education, Schools 22236195
PS-1-2, Institutional Area, 91-11-22236180
I.P.Extn.
Patparganj,
Delhi-110092
Regional Office - Andhra rochennai@cbse.gov.in rochennai.cbse@
Chennai Pradesh, Tel.91-44-26164608, gmail.com
Central Board of Telangana 91-44-26162264 Tel.91-44-26164608
Secondary Education, Goa, Fax: 91-44-26162212
Plot No. 1630 A, "J" Block, Karnataka,
16th Main Road Maharashtra,
Anna Nagar West, Tamil Nadu,
Chennai-600040 Andaman and
Tamil Nadu Nicobar
Islands, Daman
and Diu,
Puducherry
Regional Office - Kerala, rotrivandrum.cbse@ examcbse.tvm@gma
Thiruvananthapuram Lakshadweep nic.in il.com
Central Board of Tel:91-471-2534404 Tel: 91-471-2987403
Secondary Education, 91-471-2534496
Block-B, 2nd Floor, Fax:91-471-2534406
LIC Divisional Office
Campus,
Pattom,
Thiruvananthapuram –
695004
Kerala
Regional Office- Assam, roguwahati.cbse@ roguwahati.cbse@
Guwahati Nagaland, nic.in nic.in
Central Board of Manipur, Tel: 91-361- Tel:91-361-2331995
Secondary Education, Meghalaya, 2334661 (Direct)
Shilpogram Road, Tripura, Sikkim, EPABX NO.: 91-361-
(Near Arunachal 2331995, EXT.- 30
SankardevKalakshetra), Pradesh, Fax No.: 91-361-
Panjabari, Guwahati- Mizoram 2330992
781037, Assam

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Regional Office-Ajmer Gujarat, roajmer.cbse@nic.in roajmer.cbse@nic.in
Central Board of Madhya Tel:91-145- Tel:91-145-2634114
Secondary Education, Pradesh, 2634114 Fax-91--145-
Todarmal Marg, Rajasthan, 91-11-2634119-(IX/XI 2421543
Ajmer-305 001 Dadra and Registration Queries)
Rajasthan Nagar Haveli 91-11-2634118
(Class X )
91-11-2634117
(Class XII)
Fax: 91-145-2421543
Regional Office- Haryana, ropanchkula.cbse@ Tel:91-172-2521503
Panchkula Himachal nic.in 91-172-2521507
Central Board of Pradesh., Tel:91-172-2585193
Secondary Education, J & K, Punjab, 91-172-2583547
Sector- 5 , U.T. of 91-172-2585577
Panchkula – 134152 Chandigarh Fax:91-172-2585163
Haryana
Regional Office- Uttar Pradesh roallahabad.cbse@ roallahabad.cbse@
Allahabad Except Districts nic.in nic.in
Central Board of of Western DIRECT LINE :
Secondary Education, 35 Uttar Pradesh 91-532 – 2400434 Tel:91-532-2407970-
B, Civil Lines, EPABX LINE : 72
M.G. Marg , 91-532-2407970-
Allahabad-211 001, 72 WITH EXTN – 116
Uttar Pradesh (COMPUTER CELL)
Fax:91-532-2408977

Regional Office- Uttarakhand roddn.cbse@nic.in Tel:91-135-2757744


Dehradun and Western
Central Board of Uttar Pradesh Tel: 91-135-2757744,
Secondary Education, 99, i.e. Badaun, 91-135-2753250
Kaulagarh Road, Baghpat,
(Extension-205)
Dehradun-248001 Bijnour,
Uttarakhand Bulandshahr, 91-135-2753251,
Gautam Budh
Nagar(Noida), 91-135-2753248
Ghaziabad,
Hapur, Mob No. 7579214383-
J.P.Nagar/ Helpline
Amroha,
Meerut,
Moradabad,
Muzaffarnagar,
Rampur,
Saharanpur,
Sambhal and
Shamli

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Regional Office- West Bengal, rocbsebbsr@rediffmail. Tel:91-674-2721712
Bhubaneswar com,
Central Board of Odisha,
Secondary Education,Plot robhubaneshwar.cbse
Chhattisgarh @nic.in
No. 4, Sailshree Vihar,
Chandrshekharpur,
Tel:91-674-2548426,
Bhubneshwar-751021
91-674-2542312, 91-
Odisha 674-2548212(Extn
129)
FAX:-91-674-2547312,
Helpline Mobile No.-
9853246315

Regional Office-Patna Bihar, ropatna.cbse@nic.in ropatna.cbse@nic.in


Central Board of Jharkhand
Secondary Education, Tel:91-612-2295048, Ph No. 0612-
Ambika Complex, Behind 2295048,
91-612-2295008,
State Bank Colony, Near
Ext. 24
Brahmsthan, Sheikhpura, 91-612-2295080
BaileyRoad, ropatna.cbse@gmail.
Patna-800014 Bihar com

For Skill Education All Regions directorvoc.cbse@ directorvoc.cbse@g


Central Board of gmail .com mail .com
Secondary Education, Tel:91-11-23216220 Tel:91-11-23216220
Shiksha Sadan,
17, Rouse Avenue, New
Delhi-110002

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COORD/SO(Ptg) /112489/Pvt.2019/ 23rd October, 2018

NOTICE

Subject: Submission of forms for Class- XII Private Candidates 2019

The Online submission of form by the candidates placed in the category


FAIL/COMPARTMENT and those who wish to appear for improving their
performance or for an Additional subject as Private candidate for the examination
scheduled to be held in February/March/April 2019 has been started. The
examinations for the subjects to be held in February and March/April are given in
Circular No. Coord./Exam/2018 dated 5th October, 2018 available on the website
www.cbse.nic.in.

2. Eligibility, Fee, detailed procedure of submitting online application is described


in the Annexures. Candidate/Parent(s) are advised to go through the eligibility and
detailed procedure before applying.

Features of Online system of registration are:

i) No form will be accepted in offline mode. All forms will only be accepted
on online mode and as per the schedules given.

ii) Fees for all activities will be accepted only through digital payments mode.
The requisite fee can be paid through Net banking, Debit/Credit Card (both
national/ international). No fee shall be accepted in offline mode i.e DD/
Postal Order /Money order/ cheque etc. No application will be accepted
without fee.

iii) Candidates will be provided question papers in the same medium as


filled in the Form. Meaning thereby, if a candidate is opting English
as a medium, he will be supplied QP in only English language. If a
student opting Hindi as medium, he will be supplied bilingual QP i.e.
in Hindi & English. Candidates are therefore requested to fill the
correct medium of Question Paper and correct option only to avoid
last minute problem. Medium will not be changed later on.

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iv) Board is extending several exemptions/concessions to candidates with
disabilities as defined in the “THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT 2016”. In this context, NOTIFICATION No.
CBSE/Coord/112233/2018 dated 26.09.2018 issued by the Board, may
please be referred to. For seeking exemptions/concessions, Candidates
will be required to send copy of the Medical Certificate (Disability
Certificate) to the concerned Regional Office of CBSE as given in
Annexure-I.

v) Details in respect of candidates who have appeared in the Board’s


examination held in 2018 examination will be auto-generated in the online
system. However, candidates of 2017 or prior will need to submit the
details on the online portal. If a candidate makes wrong entries in his/her
application form or gives false statement or produces false document,
his/her form shall be rejected, fee paid shall be forfeited and such
candidates shall be considered to have used unfair practices and dealt
accordingly

vi) For the Examination - 2019, controlling region for the candidate will be
decided by the online system based on the current residential address
entered by the applicant. For example: if candidate has appeared in class
XII main examination from Varanasi (under Regional Office Allahabad)
and is now filling the address of Jaipur, which is under Regional Office,
Ajmer, the examination centre will be allotted under the jurisdiction of
Regional Office, Ajmer. However, eligibility for appearing in the
examination will be decided by the Regional Office Allahabad.

vii) It has been observed that some candidates complete the online entry of
application but do not remit the fee. If fee is not remitted by last date,
his/her application will be rejected without any notice.

viii) Mere submission of form and payment of fee will not confer a right on the
candidate for appearing in the examination. His/her eligibility will depend
upon the fulfilment of the eligibility conditions prescribed by the Board.

For eligibility, last date and late fee, please refer to annexure. For any queries,
call at CBSE Helpline No. 1800-11-8002 between 9.30 AM- 5.30 PM on all working
days.

(DR. SANYAM BHARDWAJ)


CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS

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CANDIDATE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY AS PRIVATE CANDIDATES

FOR ALL INDIA SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION (CLASS XII)

CATEGORY ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA


FULL SUBJECT Candidate whose result has been declared as FAIL at
(5/6 SUBJECTS) the All India Senior School Certificate Examination
(Class XII).
OR

Teacher serving in educational institution affiliated to


the Board and has qualified Class X or an equivalent
examination from any recognized Board in 2017 or
earlier.
OR

Candidate who had completed regular course of


studies and had been allotted Roll No. for appearing
at AISSCE examination but could not appear for the
Class XII examination due to medical reasons except
shortage of attendance.

COMPARTMENT Candidate whose result has been declared as


(1 SUBJECT) COMPARTMENT in March 2018 and July 2018 to
apply only in the subject in which he/she has been
Candidate applying
placed in Compartment.
under
COMPARTMENT Such candidate who has been placed in Compartment
category cannot
in one subject may also apply for appearing in 5/6
apply for appearing
in Additional subject subjects in which he/she had appeared in March 2018
together. examination. Such candidate should select his/her
category as FAILURE while applying online.

Candidate applying under COMPARTMENT category


cannot apply for appearing in Additional subject
together.

IMPROVEMENT OF Only such Candidate who has passed the examination


PERFORMANCE of the Board in 2018 can apply in 2019 for improving
his/her performance in one or more subjects provided
Candidate applying
he/she should have appeared in the same subjects in
for Improvement of
Performance cannot the examination held in March 2018.
apply for appearing
in Additional subject Candidate who has passed Class XII under
together. vocational stream in 2017 can also apply for
improving his/her performance in the examination to
be held in 2019 provided he/she has not availed the
chance in 2018.
ADDITIONAL Candidate who has passed Board examination can
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SUBJECT apply for an Additional subject from the list of subjects
enclosed, within 06 years of passing the examination
Candidate applying (candidate who has passed in
for Additional Subject
2013/2014/2015/2016/2017/2018 is eligible to apply).
cannot apply for
appearing for However, candidate cannot apply for a subject
Improvement of involving practical work. Candidate is allowed to
Performance take subjects having project component.
together

FOR DELHI SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION (CLASS XII)

CATEGORY ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA


FULL SUBJECT Candidate who has been declared as FAIL at the Delhi
(5/6 SUBJECTS) Senior School Certificate Examination(Class XII)

OR

. Teacher serving in educational institution affiliated to


the Board and has qualified Class X or an equivalent
examination from any recognized Board in 2017 or
earlier.
OR
Regular candidate who had completed regular course
of studies and had been allotted Roll No. for appearing
for the Class XII examination but could not appear at
the Annual Examination due to medical reasons
except shortage of attendance

OR

Women candidate who is a bonafide resident of the


National Capital Territory of Delhi and has qualified
Class X or an equivalent examination from any
recognized Board in 2017 or earlier and satisfy the
following additional conditions:-

(a) that she has privately pursued the prescribed


course of study under proper guidance; and

(b) that she is unable to join a Senior Secondary


School affiliated to the Board or there are such
other reasons compelling her to appear at the
examination as a private candidate.

Note: Women candidate applying under this


category cannot take subjects involving practical
component. However they can take Home Science
with practical.

OR
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Physically Handicapped student who has qualified
Class X or an equivalent examination from any
recognized Board in 2017 or earlier on producing
reasonable evidence of having difficulty to attend
normal institutions in the subjects not involving
practical training/examination. Medical certificate in
this regard be be sent to the concerned Regional
Office.

COMPARTMENT Candidate placed under COMPARTMENT category in


(1 SUBJECT) March 2018 and July 2018 to apply only in the subject
in which he/she has been placed in Compartment.
Note: Candidate
applying under Such candidate who has been placed in compartment
COMPARTMENT in one subject may opt for appearing in 5/6 subjects in
category cannot
which he/she had appeared in March 2018
apply for appearing
in Additional subject examination. Such candidate should select his/her
together. category as FAILURE while applying online.

Candidate applying under COMPARTMENT category


cannot apply for appearing in Additional subject
together.

IMPROVEMENT OF Candidate who has passed the examination of the


PERFORMANCE Board in 2018 can apply in 2019 for improving his/her
performance in one or more subjects provided he/she
Note: Candidate
should have appeared in these subjects in the
applying for
examination held in March 2018.
Improvement of
Performance cannot Candidate who has passed Class XII under
apply for appearing vocational stream in 2017 can also apply for
in Additional subject improving his/her performance in the examination to
together. be held in 2019 provided he/she has not availed the
chance in 2018.
ADDITIONAL Candidate who has passed Board examination can
SUBJECT apply for an Additional subject from the list of subjects
Note: Candidate enclosed, within 06 years of passing the examination
applying for
(candidate who has passed in
Additional Subject
cannot apply for 2013/2014/2015/2016/2017/2018 is eligible to apply).
appearing for However, candidate cannot apply for a subject
Improvement of involving practical work. Candidates are allowed
Performance to take subjects having project component.
together

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Fee and Schedule of filling form for Class XII (PRIVATE CANDIDATE)

Fee to be remitted per Student in INR Schedule for


On-line
FEE SLAB ALL INDIA DELHI SCHEME OUTSIDE INDIA submission
SCHEME of FORM

Without late Rs.900/- for 05 Rs.900 /- for 05 Rs.5000/- for 05


fee subjects subjects subjects

Rs.180/- Rs.180/- Fee per Rs.1000/- Fee per


subject for subject for one/extra 23.10. 2018
Fee per subject one/extra subject subject
for one/extra To
subject 17.11. 2018
Rs.200/- Rs.200/- Rs.1000/-
LAST DATE
Fee per subject Fee per subject for Fee per subject For WILL NOT BE
For Additional/ Additional/Comptt./ Additional/ Comptt./ EXTENDED
Comptt./ Improvement Improvement
Improvement

Practical Fee Rs. 80/- for each Rs.80/- for each Rs.200/- for each
Practical/Project Practical/Project Practical/Project
Work Subject Work Subject Work Subject

With Late fee 18.11.2018


(Slab – I) Last date With Late Fee of Rs.500/- per candidate to
(in addition to Fee prescribed) 23.11.2018

With Late fee 24.11.2018


(Slab – II) Last date With Late Fee of Rs.1000/- per candidate to
(in addition to Fee prescribed) 30.11.2018

With Late fee 01.12.2018


(Slab – III) Last date With Late Fee of Rs.2000/- per candidate to
(in addition to Fee prescribed) 07.12.2018

With Late fee 08.12.2018


(Slab – IV) Last date With Late Fee of Rs.5000/- per candidate to
(in addition to Fee prescribed) 14.12.2018

 Visually impaired candidate is exempted from Examination fee.


However if form is submitted after the last date, late fee will be
applicable as per the late fee slab.

 Mode of Payment of Fee will be as per details given on website.

 Female candidates residing outside Delhi are not eligible to apply as


private candidate

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GENERAL INFORMATION APPLICABLE BOTH FOR CLASS X AND XII

1. Examination centre once allotted will be final and no request for change
of examination centre will be acceded to. Examination centre will be
allotted by the Board based on the current residential address of
applicant.

2. Candidate will be able to apply only for subjects which are auto-generated in
the system.

3. Fresh (New) Roll Number will be allotted by the Board for the candidates
appearing in 2019. In no case the candidates will be allowed to appear with
the previous year’s Roll No.

4. (I) For candidates who have given their address other than Delhi

(a) Admit Card: Eligible candidate will be able to download their Admit Card
from the CBSE website www.cbse.nic.in in the month of February 2019.

(b) Dispatch of original Marksheet/Certificate: Original Marksheet/


Certificate will be sent by the concerned Regional Office to the residential
address given by the applicant in the application form, by Speed Post.

(II) For candidates who have given their address of Delhi

(a) Admit Card: Eligible candidate will be able to download their Admit Card
from the CBSE website www.cbse.nic.in in the month of February 2019.

(b) Dispatch of original of Marksheet/Certificate: Original Marksheet/


Certificate will be sent by Regional Office, Delhi to the examination centre
where the candidate had appeared for the examination. Candidate can
collect the Marksheet/Certificate from the examination centre on
production of original admit card.

(III) Declaration of Result

Result will be declared during the months of May/June 2019 and will be
available on the CBSE website. However, no enquiries related to the actual
date of declaration of result will be attended to.

(IV) Issue of Marksheet/Certificate

(a) Original mark-sheet and certificate of previous year examination is not


to be surrendered to the CBSE.

(b) Marksheet of 2019 examination will be issued to all the candidates who
will appear for the examination in the month of February/March/April,
2019 immediately after declaration of result.

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(c) Certificate for 2019 examination will be issued in the month of June/July
2019 only to those candidates who will PASS the examination as per
the Pass criteria of the CBSE.

(d) Candidate appearing for Improvement of Performance or for Additional


subject will be issued a separate fresh Marksheet reflecting only the
marks obtained in the said examination.

(e) Consolidated marksheet will be issued only to such candidate who will
appear for 2nd chance Compartment and will pass in the said
Compartment Examination in 2019. Consolidated marksheet will
contain marks obtained in the subjects passed in the previous
examination held in March/April 2018 as also the marks obtained in the
subject appeared for at the 2nd chance Compartment examination.

(V) Candidates will be examined only in the Syllabus as prescribed for the
year of examination. Candidate must go through the eligibility and pass
criteria as well as current curriculum and scheme of studies available on
the CBSE website www.cbseacademic.in/curriculum.html carefully
before filling the form.

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Instructions to fill Online Private Application form

 Candidates details who have appeared in the Board examinations held


in 2018 will be auto-generated in the online system. Candidates of 2017
(or prior) will need to submit the details on the online application form.

 Put correct combination of your Roll number, School number and Centre
number (as given in your marksheet) of Board Examination (not applicable for
fresh female candidates).

 In case wrong details are filled the application will be processed and error
message will be displayed.

 Student can fill only one application form. In case your application is already
submitted you will not be allowed to apply again.

 Name, Father’s name, Mother’s name will be auto generated in case of


candidate who have appeared in 2018.

 Applicant will be required to provide Mobile number, email ID in correct format


and correct postal address. Phone number should be of 10 digits and should
contain numbers only.

 For the 2019 examination, controlling region for the candidate will be decided
by the online system, based on the current residential address entered by the
applicant. For example: if candidate has appeared in class XII main
examination from Varanasi (Regional Office Allahabad) and is now
mentioning the residential address as Jaipur, which is under Regional Office,
Ajmer, the centre of examination will be at Jaipur which will be under the
jurisdiction of Regional Office, Ajmer

 Applicants need to upload scanned jpg files of their Photo and signature not
exceeding 40 KB in size.

 The code number of subject and medium should be entered very


carefully, after comparing with previous marks statements, if available.
Candidate entering medium as English will be getting question papers
only in English version. However, candidate entering medium as Hindi
will be provided bilingual question papers i.e. in Hindi and English
versions. For medium code write (1) for English and (2) for Hindi.

 Particular care should be taken for indicating the subject code against
languages as there is more than one type of courses. For language, medium
code is not required.

 Persons with Benchmark disabilities as defined in the Persons with


Disabilities Act, 2016 will be required to send copy of the Medical Certificate
(Disability Certificate) to the concerned Regional Office within 07 days of
submitting the online application form. However. In respect of
candidates belonging to remote areas viz. Arunachal Pradesh, Assam,
Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura, Lahaul and

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Spiti District and Pangi sub division of Chamba District of Himachal
Pradesh, Andaman & Nicobar Island, Lakshadweep and schools in
foreign countries the time period is 15 days grace time in place of 7
days.

FEE PAYMENT

(a) CBSE is now accepting fees for all activities only through digital payments
mode such as Netbanking, Debit/Credit card (both national/ international).

(b) The requisite fee can be deposited through payment gateway/ Netbanking,
debit/credit card (both national/ international). No fee shall be accepted in
offline mode i.e DD/ Postal Order /Money order/ cheque etc. No
application will be accepted without fee

(c) Fee paid is automatically updated by the Banks on CBSE server within 24
hours.

(d) In case of Bank related transaction or non updation of Fee on server the
candidates should contact the respective Bank through which payment
was made. Contact details of Banks is given on website of CBSE.

(e) Following may be informed to the bank while making communication


with Bank:

(i) Mode of Payment

(ii) Fee Reference No.

(iii) Amount paid

(iv) Date of paying the amount

(v) Bank reference number (Transaction ID as reflected in Bank account)

(vi) Your contact number

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Processing Charges to be received by the Bank

(A) Payment will be collected by bank in following modes:

1. Debit Card
2. Credit Card
3. Net Banking
4. International Card

(B) Following processing charges will be collected by Bank from applicants depositing the
fee:

S. Mode of Charges to be collected by the Bank from depositor


No. collection of fee
STATE UNION CENTRAL
HDFC BANK BANK OF BANK OF BANK OF
INDIA INDIA INDIA
Internet Banking
1. (In same bank) NIL NIL NIL NIL

Internet Banking Rs 4/- per txn. Rs 4/- per Rs 4/- per Rs 4/- per
2. (of other banks) + taxes txn. + taxes txn. + taxes txn. + taxes
Upto Rs Upto Rs Upto Rs Upto Rs
2000/- 2000/- 2000/- 2000/-
free free free free

Above 2000/- Above 2000/- Above 2000/- Above 2000/-


3. Any Debit Card 0.5% of the 0.5% of the 0.5% of the 0.5% of the
total total total total
transaction transaction transaction transaction
amount + amount + amount + amount +
taxes taxes taxes taxes

0.5% on txn 0.5% on txn 0.5% on txn 0.5% on txn


4. Any Credit Card
amt. + taxes amt. + taxes amt. + taxes amt. + taxes

International 2.75% on txn. 2.75% on txn. 2.75% on txn. 2.75% on txn.


5. Card Amt. + taxes Amt. + taxes Amt. + taxes Amt. + taxes

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLASS-XII

(a) Candidate will be provided question papers in the same medium as filled
in the form. Meaning thereby, if a candidate is opting English as a
medium, he will be supplied QP in only English language. If a candidate
is opting Hindi as medium he will be supplied bilingual QP i.e. in Hindi &
English. Candidate is, therefore, requested to fill the correct option only
to avoid last minute problem. Medium will not be changed later on.

(b) Hindi or English must be one of the two languages to be offered. Hindi and
English can also be offered simultaneously. In Hindi two courses have been
provided and in English three courses have been provided. Keeping in view
the varying backgrounds, candidate may either opt for Hindi Elective (Code
002) or Hindi Core (Code 302) or English Elective NCERT (Code-001) or
English Elective CBSE (Code 101) or English Core (Code -301). However,
same language cannot be offered both at Core and Elective levels.

(c) The first 5 subjects in the chronological order of filling the subjects in online
registration system are considered as Main subjects.

(d) For candidate who take 6 subjects (5 main and 1 additional subject) and pass
in all 6 subjects, the percentage is to be calculated by the
employer/institution/university according to the norms of
employer/institution/university in which the candidate will be seeking
admission.

(e) If a candidate has taken 6 subjects, and if he/she fails in any one of first
five subjects, the same will be replaced by the 6 th subject provided the
candidate satisfies the scheme of studies viz. after replacement either
Hindi or English remains one of the main five subjects.

(f) For details please refer to Curriculum available on the website


www.cbse.nic.in

(g) Board is extending several exemptions/concessions to candidates with


disabilities as defined in the “THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT 2016”. In this context, NOTIFICATION No.
CBSE/Coord/112233/2018 dated 26.09.2018 issued by the Board, may
please be referred to. For seeking exemptions/concessions, Candidates will
be required to send copy of the Medical Certificate (Disability Certificate)
alongwith confirmation page to the concerned Regional Office.
(h) Candidate of 2018 who has failed in the first attempt is required to reappear in
all the subjects at the 2019 examination. In case she/he has passed in
practical, previous practical marks will be carried forward and accounted for.
In case she/he has failed in practical she/he will have to appear in both
Theory & Practical.

(i) Candidate of 2017 or earlier or who did not pass at the 3 rd chance
Compartment in 2018 is required to appear in both Theory and Practical in all
subjects.

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(j) In respect of candidates of March 2018, marks of practical will be carried
forward for the March 2019 and July, 2019 Examinations.

(k) Private candidate is not permitted to offer such subjects for the examination
which involve practical work except in the case of candidate who had failed
earlier and who had put in a regular course of study at an institution affiliated
to the Board in the previous academic year.

(l) Female candidate of Delhi scheme can take Home Science with practical.
Visually Challenged candidates can take Music with Practical.

(m)Private candidate cannot take subject like Physics, Chemistry which have a
laboratory practice involved. However, subjects having project work can
be taken. Such projects will be assessed by the Centre Superintendents
of examination centres as allotted by CBSE.

(n) Candidate applying for Improvement of Performance in the subject(s)


involving practical has to apply only for theory examination, if he/she has
passed in practical. The old practical marks will be taken into account.

(o) However, if a candidate has passed in Theory but failed in practical, he/she
should apply for theory and practical both. Such candidate who could not
appear in practical examination due to medical reasons should also apply for
both Theory and Practical examination. Date/venue of Practical examination
of such candidate will be informed by the Centre Superintendent of theory
examination Centre as allotted by CBSE.

(p) In the subject(s) where practical examination is involved, separate pass in


theory & practical examination as also in the aggregate of the two is
compulsory.

(q) Candidate appearing for Improvement of Performance or for Additional


subject will be issued a separate fresh Marksheet reflecting the marks
obtained in the said examination. With regard to the validity of marks it is
clarified that both the mark sheet will be valid. Employer/University/Institution
has the discretion to consider the marks of candidate as per rule of
Employer/University/Institution.

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Class XII subjects with Theory and Practical/Project weightage distribution

Sub Theory Project/Practical


Code Subject Name Allowed/Not allowed Weightage Weightage

ENGLISH ELECTIVE- Allowed for private


001 NCERT candidate 100

Allowed for private


002 HINDI ELECTIVE candidate 100

Allowed for private


003 URDU ELECTIVE candidate 100

Allowed for private


022 SANSKRIT ELECTIVE candidate 100

Allowed for private


027 HISTORY candidate 080 020

Allowed for private


028 POLITICAL SCIENCE candidate 100

Not allowed for private


029 GEOGRAPHY candidate 070 030

Allowed for private


030 ECONOMICS candidate 080 020

Allowed for VH
CARNATIC MUSIC private candidate of
031 (VOCAL) Delhi Scheme only 030 070

CARNATIC MUSIC Allowed for VH


(MELODIC private candidate of
032 INSTRUMENTAL) Delhi Scheme only 030 070

Allowed for VH
private candidate of
033 CARNATIC PER. INS Delhi Scheme only 030 070

Allowed for VH
HINDUSTANI MUSIC private candidate of
034 (VOCAL) Delhi Scheme only 030 070

Allowed for VH
HINDUSTANI MUSIC private candidate of
035 (MELODIC INSTRUMENT) Delhi Scheme only 030 070

036 030 070


HINDUSTANI Allowed for VH
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PERCUSSION private candidate of
INSTUMENTAL Delhi Scheme only

Not allowed for private


037 PSYCHOLOGY candidate 070 030

Allowed for private


039 SOCIOLOGY candidate 080 020

Allowed for private


040 PHILOSOPHY candidate 100

Allowed for private


041 MATHEMATICS candidate 100

Not allowed for private


042 PHYSICS candidate 070 030

Not allowed for private


043 CHEMISTRY candidate 070 030

Not allowed for private


044 BIOLOGY candidate 070 030

Not allowed for private


045 BIOTECHNOLOGY candidate 070 030

Not allowed for private


046 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS candidate 070 030

Not allowed for private


048 PHYSICAL EDUCATION candidate 070 030

Not allowed for private


049 PAINTING candidate 040 060

Not allowed for private


050 GRAPHICS candidate 040 060

Not allowed for private


051 SCULPTURE candidate 040 060

Not allowed for private


052 COMMERCIAL ART candidate 040 060

Not allowed for private


053 FASHION STUDIES candidate 070 030

Allowed for private


054 BUSINESS STUDIES candidate 080 020

055 ACCOUNTANCY 080 020


Allowed for private
15
candidate

Not allowed for private


056 KATHAK DANCE candidate 030 070

Not allowed for private


057 BHARATNATYAM DANCE candidate 030 070

Not allowed for private


058 KUCHIPUDI DANCE candidate 030 070

Not allowed for private


059 ODISSI DANCE candidate 030 070

Not allowed for private


060 MANIPURI DANCE candidate 030 070

Not allowed for private


061 KATHAKALI DANCE candidate 030 070

Not allowed for private


062 MOHINIYATTAM DANCE candidate 030 070

Allowed for private


girl candidate of
064 HOME SCIENCE Delhi Scheme 070 030

INFORMATICS Not allowed for private


065 PRACTICES candidate 070 030

Not allowed for private


066 ENTREPRENEURSHIP candidate 070 030

MULTIMEDIA & WEB Not allowed for private


067 TECHNOLOGY candidate 070 030

Not allowed for private


068 AGRICULTURE candidate 070 030

CREATIVE WRITING & Not allowed for private


069 TRANSLATION STUDIES candidate 080 020

Not allowed for private


070 HERITAGE CRAFTS candidate 070 030

Not allowed for private


071 GRAPHIC DESIGN candidate 070 030

Not allowed for private


072 MASS MEDIA STUDIES candidate 080 020

073 KNOWLEDGE 070 030


TRADITIONS & Not allowed for private
16
PRACTICES OF INDIA candidate

Allowed for private


074 LEGAL STUDIES candidate 100

HUMAN RIGHTS & Not allowed for private


075 GENDER STUDIES candidate 070 030

NATIONAL CADET CORPS Not allowed for private


076 (NCC) candidate 070 030

Not allowed for private


078 THEATRE STUDIES candidate 070 030

LIBRARY & INFORMATION Not allowed for private


079 SCIENCE candidate 080 020

Not allowed for private


083 COMPUTER SCIENCE candidate 070 030

Allowed for private


101 ENGLISH ELECTIVE-C candidate 100

Allowed for private


104 PUNJABI candidate 100

Allowed for private


105 BENGALI candidate 085 015

Allowed for private


106 TAMIL candidate 100

Allowed for private


107 TELUGU candidate 100

Allowed for private


108 SINDHI candidate 100

Allowed for private


109 MARATHI candidate 100

Allowed for private


110 GUJARATI candidate 100

Allowed for private


111 MANIPURI candidate 100

Allowed for private


112 MALAYALAM candidate 100

Allowed for private


113 ODIA candidate 100

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Allowed for private
114 ASSAMESE candidate 100

Allowed for private


115 KANNADA candidate 100

Allowed for private


116 ARABIC candidate 100

Allowed for private


117 TIBETAN candidate 100

Allowed for private


118 FRENCH candidate 100

Allowed for private


120 GERMAN candidate 100

Allowed for private


121 RUSSIAN candidate 100

Allowed for private


123 PERSIAN candidate 100

Allowed for private


124 NEPALI candidate 100

Allowed for private


125 LIMBOO candidate 100

Allowed for private


126 LEPCHA candidate 100

Allowed for private


189 TELUGU - TELANGANA candidate 100

Allowed for private


192 BODO candidate 100

Allowed for private


193 TANGKHUL candidate 100

Allowed for private


194 JAPANESE candidate 100

Allowed for private


195 BHUTIA candidate 100

Allowed for private


196 SPANISH candidate 100

197 KASHMIRI 100


Allowed for private
18
candidate

Allowed for private


198 MIZO candidate 100

Allowed for private


199 BAHASA MELAYU candidate 100

Allowed for private


301 ENGLISH CORE candidate 100

Allowed for private


302 HINDI CORE candidate 100

Allowed for private


303 URDU CORE candidate 100

Allowed for private


322 SANSKRIT CORE candidate 100

OFFICE PROCEDURES & Not allowed for private


604 PRACTICES candidate 060 040

SECRETARIAL PRACTICE Not allowed for private


605 & ACCOUNTING candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


606 OFFICE COMMUNICATION candidate 060 040

TYPOGRAPHY &
COMPUTER APPLICATION Not allowed for private
607 (ENG.) candidate 030 070

Not allowed for private


608 SHORTHAND ENGLISH candidate 030 070

TYPOGRAPHY &
COMPUTER APPLICATION Not allowed for private
609 (HINDI) candidate 030 070

Not allowed for private


610 SHORTHAND HINDI candidate 030 070

Not allowed for private


622 ENGINEERING SCIENCE candidate 070 030

Not allowed for private


625 APPLIED PHYSICS candidate 060 040

MECHANICAL Not allowed for private


626 ENGINEERING candidate 060 040

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Not allowed for private
627 AUTO ENGINEERING candidate 050 050

AUTOSHOP REPAIR & Not allowed for private


628 PRACTICE candidate 050 050

AIR CONDITIONING & Not allowed for private


632 REFRIGERATION-III candidate 040 060

AIR CONDITIONING & Not allowed for private


633 REFRIGERATION-IV candidate 040 060

Not allowed for private


657 BIOLOGY OPTHALMIC candidate 030 070

Not allowed for private


658 OPTICS candidate 030 070

OPHTHALMIC Not allowed for private


659 TECHNIQUES candidate 030 070

LABORATORY MEDICINES
(CLINICAL PATHOLOGY,
HEMATOLOGY & Not allowed for private
660 HISTOPATHOLOGY (MLT) candidate 050 050

Not allowed for private


664 COMMUNITY NURSING II candidate -- --

Not allowed for private


665 MAT&CHILD H.NUR II candidate -- --

Not allowed for private


666 RADIATION PHYSICS candidate 030 070

RADIOGRAPHY-I Not allowed for private


667 (GENERAL) candidate 030 070

RADIOGRAPHY-II
(SPECIAL INVETIGATION
IMAGING AND Not allowed for private
668 RADIOGRAPHY) candidate 030 070

HEALTH EDUCATION,
COMMUNICATION AND
PUBLIC RELATIONS AND Not allowed for private
728 PUBLIC HEALTH candidate 070 030

BASIC CONCEPTS OF
HEALTH & DISEASE & Not allowed for private
729 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY candidate 070 030

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FIRST AID & EMERGENCY Not allowed for private
730 MEDICAL CARE candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


731 CHILD HEALTH NURSING candidate 050 050

Not allowed for private


732 MIDWIFERY candidate 050 050

HEALTH CENTRE Not allowed for private


733 MANAGEMENT candidate 050 050

Not allowed for private


734 FOOD PRODUCTION-III candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


735 FOOD PRODUCTION -IV candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


736 FOOD SERVICES candidate 060 040

FOOD & BEVERAGE COST Not allowed for private


737 & CONTROL candidate 060 040

UNDERSTANDING THE
EVOLUTION AND FORMS Not allowed for private
738 OF MASS MEDIA candidate 060 040

THE CREATIVE &


COMMERCIAL PROCESS Not allowed for private
739 IN MASS MEDIA candidate 060 040

GEOSPATIAL Not allowed for private


740 TECHNOLOGY candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


741 LABORATORY MEDICINE candidate 060 040

CLINICAL BIO-CHEMISTRY Not allowed for private


742 AND MICROBIOLOGY candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


743 RETAIL OPERATIONS candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


744 RETAIL SERVICES candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


745 BEAUTY & HAIR candidate 050 050

Not allowed for private


746 HOLISTIC HEALTH candidate 050 050

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LIBRARY SYSTEM &
RESOURCE Not allowed for private
747 MANAGEMENT candidate 060 040

INFORMATION STORAGE Not allowed for private


748 & RETRIEVAL candidate 060 040

INTEGRATED
TRANSPORT Not allowed for private
749 OPERATIONS candidate 060 040

LOGISTICS OPERATION &


SUPPLY CHAIN Not allowed for private
750 MANAGEMENT candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


751 BAKERY candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


752 CONFECTIONERY candidate 060 040

FRONT OFFICE Not allowed for private


753 OPERATIONS candidate 060 040

ADVANCED FRONT Not allowed for private


754 OFFICE OPERATIONS candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


755 FOUNDRY TECHNOLOGY candidate 060 040

INTRODUCTION TO
HOSPITALITY Not allowed for private
756 MANAGEMENT candidate 060 040

TRAVEL AGENCY AND


TOUR OPERATIONS Not allowed for private
757 BUSINESS candidate 060 040

762 BASIC HORTICULTURE Not allowed for private 060 040


candidate
Not allowed for private
763 OLERICULTURE candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


764 POMOLOGY candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


765 FLORICULTURE candidate 060 040

BUSINESS OPERATIONS Not allowed for private


766 & ADMINISTRATION candidate 060 040

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Not allowed for private
768 MUSIC AESTHETICS candidate 050 050

Not allowed for private


769 MUSIC PRODUCTION candidate 050 050

Not allowed for private


770 NAIL TECH & RETAIL candidate 050 050

ART & SCIENCE OF MAKE Not allowed for private


771 UP & RETAIL candidate 050 050

Not allowed for private


772 DESIGN & INNOVATION candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


774 FABRIC STUDY candidate 050 050

BASIC PATTERN Not allowed for private


775 DEVELOPMENT candidate 050 050

GARMENT Not allowed for private


776 CONSTRUCTION candidate 050 050

TRADITIONAL INDIAN Not allowed for private


777 TEXTILE candidate 050 050

Not allowed for private


778 PRINTED TEXTILES candidate 050 050

TEXTILE CHEMICAL Not allowed for private


779 PROCESSING candidate 050 050

Not allowed for private


780 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING candidate 080 020

Not allowed for private


781 COST ACCOUNTING candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


782 TAXATION candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


783 MARKETING candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


784 SALESMANSHIP candidate 060 040

Not allowed for private


785 BANKING candidate 060 040

786 INSURANCE 060 040


Not allowed for private
23
candidate

Not allowed for private


787 ELECTRICAL MACHINE candidate 040 060

Not allowed for private


788 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES candidate 040 060

OPERATION &
MAINTENANCE OF Not allowed for private
789 COMMUNICATION DEVICES candidate 050 050

TROUBLE SHOOTING AND


MAINTENANCE OF Not allowed for private
790 ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT candidate 050 050

CAPITAL MARKET Not allowed for private


793 OPERATIONS candidate 060 040

DERIVATIVE MARKET Not allowed for private


794 OPERATIONS candidate 060 040

DATABASE
Not allowed for private
MANAGEMENT
candidate
795 APPLICATION 050 050

Not allowed for private


796 WEB APPLICATIONS candidate 050 050

CONSTRUCTION Not allowed for private


797 TECHNOLOGY candidate 050 050

ESTIMATION IN CIVIL Not allowed for private


798 ENGINEERING candidate 050 050

ELEMENTARY
STRUCTURAL Not allowed for private
799 MECHANICS candidate 050 050

Not allowed for private


800 SECURITY candidate 050 050

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Annexure-I

FOR ANY QUERY OR HELP CONTACT FOLLOWING DURING OFFICE HOURS

Regional Office Jurisdiction For any technical For any


of Regional query regarding examination related
Offices Online submission query
Regional Office - Delhi NCT of Delhi, rodlicu@gmail.com Tel:91-11-22236195
Central Board of Foreign Tel:91-11-
Secondary Education, Schools 22236195
PS-1-2, Institutional Area, 91-11-22236180
I.P.Extn.
Patparganj,
Delhi-110092
Regional Office - Andhra rochennai@cbse.gov.in rochennai.cbse@
Chennai Pradesh, Tel.91-44-26164608, gmail.com
Central Board of Telangana 91-44-26162264 Tel.91-44-26164608
Secondary Education, Goa, Fax: 91-44-26162212
Plot No. 1630 A, "J" Block, Karnataka,
16th Main Road Maharashtra,
Anna Nagar West, Tamil Nadu,
Chennai-600040 Andaman and
Tamil Nadu Nicobar
Islands, Daman
and Diu,
Puducherry
Regional Office - Kerala, rotrivandrum.cbse@ examcbse.tvm@gma
Thiruvananthapuram Lakshadweep nic.in il.com
Central Board of Tel:91-471-2534404 Tel: 91-471-2987403
Secondary Education, 91-471-2534496
Block-B, 2nd Floor, Fax:91-471-2534406
LIC Divisional Office
Campus,
Pattom,
Thiruvananthapuram –
695004
Kerala
Regional Office- Assam, roguwahati.cbse@nic.i roguwahati.cbse@
Guwahati Nagaland, n nic.in
Central Board of Manipur, Tel: 91-361- Tel:91-361-2331995
Secondary Education, Meghalaya, 2334661 (Direct)
Shilpogram Road, Tripura, Sikkim, EPABX NO.: 91-361-
(Near Arunachal 2331995, EXT.- 30
SankardevKalakshetra), Pradesh, Fax No.: 91-361-
Panjabari, Guwahati- Mizoram 2330992
781037, Assam

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Regional Office-Ajmer Gujarat, roajmer.cbse@nic.in roajmer.cbse@nic.in
Central Board of Madhya Tel:91-145- Tel:91-145-2634114
Secondary Education, Pradesh, 2634114 Fax-91--145-
Todarmal Marg, Rajasthan, 91-11-2634119-(IX/XI 2421543
Ajmer-305 001 Dadra and Registration Queries)
Rajasthan Nagar Haveli 91-11-2634118
(Class X )
91-11-2634117
(Class XII)
Fax: 91-145-2421543
Regional Office- Haryana, ropanchkula.cbse@ Tel:91-172-2521503
Panchkula Himachal nic.in 91-172-2521507
Central Board of Pradesh., Tel:91-172-2585193
Secondary Education, J & K, Punjab, 91-172-2583547
Sector- 5 , U.T. of 91-172-2585577
Panchkula – 134152 Chandigarh Fax:91-172-2585163
Haryana
Regional Office- Uttar Pradesh roallahabad.cbse@ roallahabad.cbse@
Allahabad Except Districts nic.in nic.in
Central Board of of Western DIRECT LINE :
Secondary Education, 35 Uttar Pradesh 91-532 – 2400434 Tel:91-532-2407970-
B, Civil Lines, EPABX LINE : 72
M.G. Marg , 91-532-2407970-
Allahabad-211 001, 72 WITH EXTN – 116
Uttar Pradesh (COMPUTER CELL)
Fax:91-532-2408977

Regional Office- Uttarakhand roddn.cbse@nic.in Tel:91-135-2757744


Dehradun and Western
Central Board of Uttar Pradesh Tel: 91-135-2757744,
Secondary Education, 99, i.e. Badaun, 91-135-2753250
Kaulagarh Road, Baghpat,
(Extension-205)
Dehradun-248001 Bijnour,
Uttarakhand Bulandshahr, 91-135-2753251,
Gautam Budh
Nagar(Noida), 91-135-2753248
Ghaziabad,
Hapur, Mob No. 7579214383-
J.P.Nagar/ Helpline
Amroha,
Meerut,
Moradabad,
Muzaffarnagar,
Rampur,
Saharanpur,
Sambhal and
Shamli

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Regional Office- West Bengal, rocbsebbsr@rediffmail. Tel:91-674-2721712
Bhubaneswar com,
Central Board of Odisha,
Secondary Education,Plot robhubaneshwar.cbse
Chhattisgarh @nic.in
No. 4, Sailshree Vihar,
Chandrshekharpur,
Tel:91-674-2548426,
Bhubneshwar-751021
91-674-2542312, 91-
Odisha 674-2548212(Extn
129)
FAX:-91-674-2547312,
Helpline Mobile No.-
9853246315

Regional Office-Patna Bihar, ropatna.cbse@nic.in ropatna.cbse@nic.in


Central Board of Jharkhand
Secondary Education, Tel:91-612-2295048, Ph No. 0612-
Ambika Complex, Behind 2295048,
91-612-2295008,
State Bank Colony, Near
Ext. 24
Brahmsthan, Sheikhpura, 91-612-2295080
BaileyRoad, ropatna.cbse@gmail.
Patna-800014 Bihar com

For Skill Education All Regions directorvoc.cbse@ directorvoc.cbse@g


Central Board of gmail .com mail .com
Secondary Education, Tel:91-11-23216220 Tel:91-11-23216220
Shiksha Sadan,
17, Rouse Avenue, New
Delhi-110002

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CBSE/LOC/112509/2018/ 16th October, 2018

To

The Principal/Head
All schools affiliated to CBSE

Subject: Submission of List of Candidates (LOC) for Class X/XII Examination,2019

Madam/Sir,
Submission of List of Candidates (LOC) for Regular Candidates of Class X/XII has started.
The link is available on website www.cbse.nic.in. Following actions are desired to be taken for
registration of students: -

• Only those students whose List of Candidates is submitted through this online process shall
be allowed to appear for class X/XII Examination to be held in February/March/April 2019.
The examinations for the subjects to be held in February and March/April are given in
Circular No. Coord. /Exam/2018 dated 5th October, 2018. All CBSE affiliated schools
are required to register themselves before proceeding for online submission. Schools must
use the ‘Affiliation Number’ as user ID, already available with them.

• 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. Keeping password safely shall be the
responsibility of the school.

• In the event of any difficulty, concerned Regional Office may be contacted as per
jurisdiction/contact details given in the (Annexure – II).

• Board is extending several exemptions/concessions to candidates with disabilities as


defined in the “THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT 2016”. In this
context, NOTIFICATION No. CBSE/Coord/112233/2018 dated 26.09.2018 issued by the
Board, may please be referred to. For seeking exemptions/concessions, all requests
received from students by the school may be sent to concerned R.O. by the last date i.e.
05th November, 2018 of submission of LOC. Details of disability of the candidates will be
collected separately .

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Features of Online submission of LOC are: -

1. Schools will be able to finalize LOC data only when they have first submitted data
on HPE portal. Link of HPE portal is available on CBSE website. A confirmation
number will be generated after successful filling of data on HPE portal. Schools are
requested to keep this confirmation number safely for future reference.

2. For existing schools, the data as provided last year while registering students in Class IX/XI
will be reflected for LOC. Schools are advised to “delete” students who have moved out of
school due to transfer/other reason. Schools can add students who have been admitted in
the school in Class X/XII under “DIRECT ADMISSION” cases after due approval from
concerned Regional Office as per Board’s rules.

3. New Schools have to:-

(i) first enter the information on the OASIS portal


(ii) thereafter, they will submit the data on HPE portal.
(iii) & after completing (i) & (ii), they can submit LOC data.

The information on OASIS should be filled very carefully as schools will not be
allowed to change the declared section/strength of students afterwards.

4. As per Rule 6.1(a) (iii) of the Examination Bye-Laws, school shall ensure that the student
satisfies the requirement of age limit (minimum and maximum) as determined by the State/
U.T. Government and applicable to the place where the School is located, while seeking
admission in a class.

5. Many organisations and States are awarding scholarships based on financial status of the
students. Accordingly, information about annual income of parent(s) may be collected as
given by them. Schools should not demand ITR/other income proof etc. from parents.

6. For class X/XII, schools are advised to offer only those subjects which have been permitted
to them by the Board. In case, school sponsors students in subject(s) other than those
permitted by the Board/additional subject, it may lead to action against the school in
addition to cancellation of candidature of such students.

7. Candidates will be provided question papers in the same medium as filled in LOC.
Meaning thereby, if a student is opting English as a medium, he will be supplied QP
in only English language. If a student opting Hindi as medium he will be supplied
bilingual QP i.e. in Hindi & English. Schools are therefore requested to take the
consent of the student about the medium of QP & fill the correct option only to avoid
last minute problem.

8. Board has prescribed scheme of studies which is available in the Curriculum on the link
http://cbseacademic.nic.in/curriculum.html on website http://cbseacademic.nic.in/ for
Secondary and Senior Secondary classes. Schools are required to offer the subjects in
adherence with the Scheme of Studies only.

9. In accordance with the Scheme of studies, Board has prescribed list of valid/ invalid
combination of subjects. School should check the combination of subjects before filling in
the subjects.
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10. Schools can complete the registration process only Online. Facility of data filling in
downloadable Excel file is not available in LOC submission module as it was available in
online registration in class IX & Class XI.

11. In case of refund of payment/fee, schools should contact the Regional Office concerned.

12. Schools are required to send the signed copy of finalized data of List of Candidates of class
X/XII to concerned Regional Office only. Schools are advised not to send it to CBSE, Preet
Vihar, Delhi.

13. Instructions for submission of online form for Private/2nd chance Comptt. will be issued
separately.

14. Only Government and Govt. Aided schools of Delhi are covered under the “DELHI
SCHEME”, hence they have to remit the fees prescribed for DELHI SCHEME. All other
schools affiliated to the Board in the country & abroad are covered under “All India Scheme”
and have to remit the fees prescribed under ALL INDIA SCHEME.

15. Schools should send names of only those students who are bonafide regular candidates
of the school. In the event of sponsoring unauthorized candidates (or students from other
non-affiliated school) strict action as per the Affiliation Bye-laws will be taken against such
Schools.

16. On-line submission shall be closed after the last date and no entry shall be accepted after
the last date. Schools are, therefore, advised to complete the online submission of LOC
well in time to avoid the possibility of slow connection / failure to connect to server on
account of heavy load on internet on the penultimate or because of any other basis.

17. Schools are expected to submit the correct data. There is penalty for correction in data
after submission/finalization of LOC and late submission of hard copy of LOC (Annexure –
I).

While uploading data, schools will be responsible for ensuring the following: -

(i) Spelling of student, mother’s & father’s name is correct and is as per Admission &
Withdrawal Register maintained by the school.

Date of Birth is correct and is as per Admission & Withdrawal Register maintained by
the school.

(ii) Subject combinations are correct and are as per Scheme of Studies.

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(iii) Subject codes may be chosen carefully & especially in the following subjects codes be
chosen correctly:

(a) Selection of Hindi - A, Hindi - B & Urdu etc in Class – X.


(b) Selection of Hindi (Core), Hindi (Elective), English (Core), English (Elective), Sanskrit
(Core), Sanskrit (Elective), Urdu (Core), Urdu (Elective) etc.

It is expected that the schools that they will read the guidelines carefully, collect the correct
data of the students & submit the same also correctly. Their efforts in uploading correct data will
help in providing correct subject QP to the candidates & also in providing the correct passing
documents.

For any queries call at CBSE Helpline No. 1800-11-8002 between 9.30 AM- 5.30 PM on
all working days.

Yours faithfully,

(DR. SANYAM BHARDWAJ)


CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS

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Fee and Schedule for List of Candidates for Class X/XII

Class X

Fee to be remitted per Student in INR


Fee Slab Schools in India Government & Schools Abroad Schedule for On-
(ALL INDIA Aided Schools of (Foreign) line submission
SCHEME) Delhi of LOC
(DELHI SCHEME)
Without late fee Rs.750/- per Rs.375 /- per Rs.5000/- per candidate for
candidate for 05 candidate for 05 05 subjects
16.10. 2018
subjects subjects
Rs.150/- Rs. 75/- For Rs.1000/- To
For Additional/ Additional /Optional For Additional/ Optional
05.11. 2018
Optional Subject Subject per Subject per candidate
per candidate candidate
Migration
Certificate Rs. 250/- per candidate

With Late fee 06.11.2018


(Slab – I)
Last date With Late Fee of Rs.500/- per candidate to
(in addition to Fee prescribed) 22.11.2018
With Late fee 23.11.2018
(Slab – II)
Last date With Late Fee of Rs.1000/- per candidate to
(in addition to Fee prescribed) 30.11.2018
With Late fee 01.12.2018
(Slab – III)
Last date With Late Fee of Rs.2000/- per candidate to
(in addition to Fee prescribed) 07.12.2018
With Late fee 08.12.2018
(Slab – IV)
Last date With Late Fee of Rs.5000/- per candidate to
(in addition to Fee prescribed) 14.12.2018

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Class-XII

Fee to be remitted per student in INR


Fee Slab Schools in India Government & Schools Abroad Schedule for On-
(ALL INDIA Aided Schools of (Foreign) line submission
SCHEME) Delhi of LOC
(DELHI SCHEME)
Rs.750/- per Rs.600/- per Rs.5000/- per candidate for
Without late fee candidate for 05 candidate for 05 05 subjects
subjects subjects
Rs.150/- per Rs. 120/- per subject Rs.1000/- per subject 16.10. 2018
subject For Additional For Additional/ Optional
To
For Additional/ /Optional Subject per Subject per candidate
Optional Subject candidate 05.11.2018
per candidate
Practical Fee Rs. 80/- for each Rs.80/- for each Rs.200/- for each Practical
Practical Subject Practical subject per subject per candidate
per candidate candidate
Migration
Certificate Rs. 250/- per candidate
Last date With Late Fee of Rs.500/- per candidate 06.11.2018
With Late fee
(in addition to Fee prescribed) to
(Slab – I)
22.11.2018
Last date With Late Fee of Rs.1000/- per candidate 23.11.2018
With Late fee
(in addition to Fee prescribed) to
(Slab – II)
30.11.2018
Last date With Late Fee of Rs.2000/- per candidate 01.12.2018
With Late fee
(in addition to Fee prescribed) to
(Slab – III)
07.12.2018
Last date With Late Fee of Rs.5000/- per candidate 08.12.2018
With Late fee
(in addition to Fee prescribed) to
(Slab – IV)
14.12.2018

• For SC/ST candidate from Govt. /Govt aided schools of Delhi, Examination fee will be
Rs. 50/- per candidate. Such candidates if require Migration Certificate, Rs. 250/- will
be charged additionally. Late fee will be applicable as per the schedule.

• Visually impaired candidates are exempted from examination fee of Class X/XII.

• Duly signed LOC should be sent to the concerned RO within 7 days of finalization of data.

• 15 days grace time in place of 7 days for Postal receipt of hard Copy of Final List of
candidates (LOC) will be allowed to the schools belonging to remote areas viz. Arunachal
Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura, Lahaul and
Spiti District and Pangi sub division of Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh, Andaman &
Nicobar Island, Lakshadweep and schools in foreign countries.

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• Illustration for calculating Late Fee:-
Fee shall be applicable as per fee schedule i.e. the date on which the data is finalized is
taken for account for fee calculation i.e. If students’ details are entered before 05h
November or earlier and finalization of data is done on 05th November (or earlier) then
NO late fee shall be applicable. If students’ details are entered before 05th November and
finalization of data is done on 06th November then late fee shall be applicable as per slab.

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Annexure-I

PENALTIES IN CASE OF CORRECTION IN DATA IS REQUESTED


AFTER FINALIZATION OF DATA

HEADS OF ACTIVITIES AMOUNT OF


PENALTY
(in INR) REMARKS
Penalty for correction in subject per subject per
a.
after submitting online LOC Rs. 1000/- candidate
Penalty for Correction in Hardcopy
b. of Internal Assessment marks
submitted Online Rs. 1000/- per candidate

c. Penalty for late submission of hardcopy

Upto 15 days after prescribed date


(i) of submission Rs. 5000/- Per school

upto 30 days after prescribed date


(ii) of submission Rs. 10000/- Per school
upto 45 days after prescribed date
(iii) of submission Rs. 15000/- Per school
upto 60 days after prescribed date
(iv) of submission Rs. 20000/- Per school
Approval of direct admission after
31st August of the academic
d. session accept on grounds of
Transfer of parent(s) or shifting of
residence Rs. 1000/- Per student

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Scheme of Studies – Secondary School Examination for academic session Class X 2018-19

Class IX and X is an integrated course. Students will study only those subjects in Class X which
he/she has studied in Class-IX. Students can be given minimum 5 subjects as under:-

Subjects Name of Subjects


Subject 1 Language I (Hindi Course - A or
Hindi - B or English Communicative
or English Language and Literature
(Group-L)
Subject 2 Language II (Any one from the
Compulsory Group of Languages (Group-L)
other than Language chosen at
Subject 1
Subject 3 Mathematics
Subject 4 Science (Group- A1)
Subject 5 Social Science
Subject 6 Skill subject from the group of Skill
subjects (Group-S)
Optional Subject 7 Language III (Group-L) /Any
Academic subject (Group-A2) other
than opted above
Subjects of Subject 8 and 9 Art Education
Internal Assessment and Health & Physical Education
Assessment certification at school
level

Important Instructions: -

(a) Candidates will be provided question papers in the same medium as filled in LOC.
Meaning thereby, if a student is opting English as a medium, he will be supplied QP
in only English language. If a student opting Hindi as medium he will be supplied
bilingual QP i.e. in Hindi & English. Schools are therefore requested to take the
consent of the student about the medium of QP & fill the correct option only to avoid
last minute problem.

(b) If a student fails in any one of the three compulsory academic subjects (i.e. Science,
Mathematics and Social Science) and passes the Skill subject (offered as 6th optional
subject) then it will be replaced by the Skill subject and result of Class X Board examination
will be computed accordingly.

(c) If a student fails in any language subject out of first five subjects, the same will be replaced
by language taken as seventh subject (optional) provided he or she has passed seventh
language subject and after replacement either Hindi or English remains as passed
language in first five subjects.

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(d) It is expected that all the students would have studied three languages up to class VIII.
Those students who could not clear the third language in class VIII and have been
promoted to class IX, shall be examined by the concerned schools at the end of Class IX
in the same syllabus and textbooks as are prescribed for class VIII. Those who are still
unable to clear the third language at the end of class IX may be given another opportunity
in class X. No student shall be eligible to appear at the Secondary School Examination of
the Board at the end of class X unless she/he has cleared the third language.

(e) Hindi and English must be two of the three languages to be offered. Hindi and English must
have been studied at least up to class VIII.

(f) Hindi or English must be one of the two languages to be studied in class IX and X. Hindi
and English can also be offered simultaneously. In Hindi, two courses have been provided
for class IX and X keeping in view the varying backgrounds of the students and a student
may either opt for Hindi A (Code 002) or Hindi B (Code 085).

(g) Students offering additional sixth skill subject may also offer an additional language
III/subject as 7th subject.

(h) For Skill subjects, only those subjects can be offered for which permission has been given
by CBSE to the school.

(i) Wherever restriction on number of candidates has been imposed by CBSE, school should
not exceed such limit of number of candidates.

(j) Board has prescribed scheme of studies which is available in the Curriculum on the link
http://cbseacademic.nic.in/curriculum.html on website http://cbseacademic.nic.in/ for
Secondary and Senior Secondary classes. Schools are required to offer the subjects in
adherence with the Scheme of Studies only.

(k) Board is extending several exemptions/concessions to candidates with disabilities as


defined in the “THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT 2016”. In this
context, NOTIFICATION No. CBSE/Coord/112233/2018 dated 26.09.2018 issued by the
Board, may please be referred to. For seeking exemptions/concessions, all requests
received from students by the school may be sent to concerned R.O. by the last date i.e.
05th November, 2018 of submission of LOC. Details of disability of the candidates will be
collected separately .

(l) Board issues mark sheet indicating marks obtained in each subject separately. No
aggregate score/percentage is mentioned by the Board. Candidates who take 6/7 subjects
and pass in all 6/7 subjects, the percentage is to be calculated according to the norms of
college/institution in which the candidate is seeking admission.

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(m) Candidates who have selected 5/6/7 subjects in Class IX and wanted to change/ add/delete
the subject(s) in Class X due to academic reasons/medical reasons, such cases had to be
referred to the concerned Regional Office of CBSE by the respective school before 31 st
August of the academic year. The schools are expected to ensure the correctness of the
subjects offered by the students and the subjects being taught in the school and allowed
by the Board. The data uploaded for each candidate should be accurate in all respects.

(n) It has been observed in past that there is a variation between subjects offered by the
candidate and the subjects being taught and allowed by the Board. To ensure accuracy of
data, the Subject Code and Subject Name must be checked carefully for each candidate.

(o) If there is a violation of scheme of study the data uploaded will show error on server after
uploading. The error will be rectified only after choosing correct subject combinations.

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EXAMPLES of SUBJECT COMBINATION FOR CLASS X :

Correct Subject Combination Wrong Subject Combination

CASE 1 CASE 1
Sub1: 101 English Comm. Sub1: 002 Hindi Course-A
Sub2: 085 Hindi Course-B Sub2: 004 Punjabi
Sub3: 041 Mathematics Sub3: 041 Mathematics
Sub4: 086 Science Sub4: 086 Science
Sub5: 087 Social Science Sub5: 087 Social Science
Sub6: 401 Dynamics of Retailing Sub6: 402 Information Technology
Sub7: 006 Tamil Sub7: 165 Foundation of IT INVALID

CASE 2
Sub1: 184 English Language & Lit. CASE 2
Sub2: 002 Hindi Course-A Sub1: 002 Hindi Course-A
Sub3: 041 Mathematics Sub2: 021 Russian
Sub4: 086 Science Sub3: 041 Mathematics
Sub5: 087 Social Science Sub4: 086 Science
Sub7: 122 Comm. Sanskrit Sub5: 087 Social Science
Sub6: 401 Dynamics of Retailing
Sub7: 404 Automotive Technology INVALID
CASE 3 CASE 3
Sub1: 002 Hindi Course-A Sub1: 018 French INVALID
Sub2: 009 Marathi Sub2: 006 Tamil
Sub3: 041 Mathematics Sub3: 041 Mathematics
Sub4: 086 Science Sub4: 086 Science
Sub5: 087 Social Science Sub5: 087 Social Science
Sub6: 403 Security
Sub7: 004 Punjabi

CASE 4
Sub1: 101 English Comm
Sub2: 006 Tamil
Sub3: 041 Mathematics
Sub4: 086 Science
Sub5: 087 Social Science

CASE 5
Sub1: 184 English Language & Lit.
Sub2: 002 Hindi Course-A
Sub3: 041 Mathematics
Sub4: 086 Science
Sub5: 087 Social Science
Sub6: 402 Information Technology

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Subject Code and Subject Name for Secondary School Examination
For academic session Class X 2018-2019
LANGUAGE (GROUP – L) COMPULSORY ACADEMIC SUBJECTS (GROUP – A1)

CODE NAME CODE NAME


002 HINDI COURSE-A ANY 041 MATHEMATICS
085 HINDI COURSE-B ONE
101 ENGLISH COMM. ANY 086 SCIENCE
184 ENGLISH LANG & LIT. ONE

003 URDU COURSE-A ANY 087 SOCIAL SCIENCE


303 URDU COURSE-B ONE

004 PUNJABI ACADEMIC SUBJECTS (GROUP – A2)


005 BENGALI 031 CAR. MUSIC (VOCAL)
006 TAMIL 032 CAR. MUSIC MEL. INS.
007 TELUGU 033 CAR. MUSIC PER.

008 SINDHI 034 HIND. MUSIC (VOCAL) ANY ONE


009 MARATHI 035 HIND. MUSIC MEL. INS.
010 GUJARATI 036 HIND. MUSIC PER. INS.

011 MANIPURI 049 PAINTING


012 MALAYALAM 064 HOME SCIENCE
013 ODIA 076 NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)
014 ASSAMESE 165 FOUNDATION OF IT
015 KANNADA 166 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION ANY
TECHNOLOGY (ICT) ONE
016 ARABIC 154 ELEM. OF BUSINESS
017 TIBETAN 254 ELEM BOOK-K & ACCY
018 FRENCH 354 E- PUBLISHING & E-OFFICE
020 GERMAN SKILL SUBJECTS (GROUP - S)
021 RUSSIAN 401 DYNAMICS OF RETAILING
023 PERSIAN 402 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
024 NEPALI 403 SECURITY
025 LIMBOO 404 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
026 LEPCHA 405 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL
MARKETS
089 TELUGU TELANGANA 406 INTRODUCTION TO TOURISM
092 BODO 407 BEAUTY & WELLNESS ANY ONE
093 TANGKHUL 408 BASIC AGRICULTURE
094 JAPANESE 409 FOOD PRODUCTION
095 BHUTIA 410 FRONT OFFICE OPERATIONS
096 SPANISH 411 BANKING & INSURANCE
097 KASHMIRI 412 MARKETING & SALES
098 MIZO 413 HEALTH CARE SERVICES
099 BAHASA MELAYU
122 SANSKRIT
131 RAI
132 GURUNG
133 TAMANG
134 SHERPA
136 THAI

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Scheme of Studies – Senior School Certificate Examination (Class XII)
(Academic Session 2018-2019)

Class XI and XII is an integrated course. Students will study only those subjects in Class XI which
he/she has studied in Class-XII. Students can be given minimum 5 subjects as under:-

Subjects Name of Subjects


Subject 1 Hindi Elective or Hindi Core or English
Elective NCERT or English Core or
English Elective (CBSE) (Group - L)
Subject 2 Any one Language from Subject Group- L
not opted as Subject 1

OR

Any one Subject from Academic Elective


Compulsory Subjects (Group-A)

Subject 3, Subject 4 & Any three Subjects from Academic Elective


Subject 5 Subjects (Group-A)

OR
Two subjects from Academic Electives
(Group-A) and one subject from skill
subjects (Group-S -1 )

OR
One Elective subject from Academic
Electives (Group-A) and two skill subjects
from Skill Group (S-2)

OR
Three subjects as prescribed under Skill
Group (S-2)

Additional Subject 6 Any one subject from any subjects groups


Subject not opted above
(Optional)

Subjects of Subject 7 to 9 500 - Work Experience


internal (Subjects of internal
assessment assessment to be taken by 502 – Physical & Health Education
all Regular Candidates)
503- General Foundation Course

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

(a) Candidates will be provided question papers in the same medium as filled in LOC.
Meaning thereby, if a student is opting English as a medium, he will be supplied QP
in only English language. If a student opting Hindi as medium he will be supplied
bilingual QP i.e. in Hindi & English. Schools are therefore requested to take the
consent of the student about the medium of QP & fill the correct option only to avoid
last minute problem.

(b) Hindi or English must be one of the two languages to be studied in class XI and XII. Hindi
and English can also be offered simultaneously. In Hindi two courses have been provided
for class XI and XII and in English three courses have been provided. Keeping in view the
varying backgrounds of the students and a student may either opt for Hindi Elective (Code
002) or Hindi Core (Code 302) and English Elective NCERT (Code-001) or English Elective
CBSE (Code 101) or English Core (Code -301). However, same language cannot be
offered both at Core and Elective levels.

(c) Following combinations cannot be taken together;

(i) Accountancy (055) and Financial Accounting (780) cannot be taken together.

(ii) Physics (042) and Applied Physics (625) cannot be taken together.

(iii) Informatics Practice (065) and Computer Science (083) cannot be taken with IT
Tools (795).

(iv) Business Studies (054) and Business Operations & Administrations (766) cannot be
taken together.
(v) Mass Media Studies (072) cannot be taken with Evolution and Forms of Mass Media
(738) and Creative and Commercial Procedure in Mass Media (739).

(vi) Multimedia & Web Technology (067) cannot be taken with IT Tools (795) and Web
Applications (796).

(d) The first 5 subjects in the chronological order of filling the subjects in online registration
system are considered as Main subjects.

(e) For candidates who take 6 subjects (5 main and 1 additional subject) and pass in all 6
subjects, the percentage is to be calculated by the employer/institution/university according
to the norms of employer/institution/university in which the candidate will be seeking
admission.

(f) If a student has taken 6 subjects, and if he/she fails in any one of first five subjects,
the same will be replaced by the 6th subject provided the candidate satisfies the
scheme of studies viz. after replacement either Hindi or English remains one of the
main five subjects.

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(g) Candidates who have selected 5/6/7 subjects in Class XI and wanted to change/ add/delete
the subject(s) in Class XII due to academic reasons/medical reasons, such cases had to
be referred to the concerned Regional Office of CBSE by the respective school before 31st
August of that academic year. The schools are expected to ensure the correctness of the
subjects offered by the students and the subjects being taught in the school. The data
uploaded for each candidate should be accurate in all respects.

(h) Only those subjects can be offered by the school to the students for which approval of
CBSE has been taken.

(i) For details please refer to Curriculum available on the website www.cbse.nic.in

(j) Board is extending several exemptions/concessions to candidates with disabilities as


defined in the “THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT 2016”. In this
context, NOTIFICATION No. CBSE/Coord/112233/2018 dated 26.09.2018 issued by the
Board, may please be referred to. For seeking exemptions/concessions, all requests
received from students by the school may be sent to concerned R.O. by the last date i.e.
05th November, 2018 of submission of LOC. Details of disability of the candidates will be
collected separately .

(k) CBSE does not have concept of stream. Student can take 01 language and 4/5 subjects out
of those listed in the curriculum and available in the school concerned. School admit
students as per the criteria laid down by its management.

(l) The List of skill courses available is attached. Subjects as prescribed under skill courses are
to be opted. However, Scheme of Studies may be referred.

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SUBJECT CODE AND SUBJECT NAME FOR SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION
FOR ACADEMIC SESSION 2018-19 (CLASS XII )

Class XI and XII is an integrated course. Students need to take only those subjects in class XI
which he/she intends to continue in CLASS-XII

LANGUAGES (GROUP - L) ACADEMIC ELECTIVES (GROUP - A)


CODE NAME CODE NAME
001 ENGLISH ELECTIVE NCERT 027 HISTORY
101 ENGLISH ELECTIVE-CBSE Any One 028 POLITICAL SCIENCE
301 ENGLISH CORE 029 GEOGRAPHY
002 HINDI ELECTIVE 030 ECONOMICS
Any One
302 HINDI CORE 031 CARNATIC MUSIC VOCAL
003 URDU ELECTIVE 032 CARNATIC MUSIC MEL. INS.
Any One
303 URDU CORE 033 CARNATIC PER. INS.
Any One
022 SANSKRIT ELECTIVE 034 HIND MUSIC VOCAL
Any One
322 SANSKRIT CORE 035 HIND MUSIC MEL. INS.
104 PUNJABI 036 HIND PER. INS.
105 BENGALI 037 PSYCHOLOGY
106 TAMIL 039 SOCIOLOGY
107 TELUGU 041 MATHEMATICS
108 SINDHI 042 PHYSICS
109 MARATHI 043 CHEMISTRY
110 GUJARATI 044 BIOLOGY
111 MANIPURI 045 BIOTECHNOLOGY
112 MALAYALAM 046 ENGG. GRAPHICS
113 ODIA 048 PHYSICAL EDUCATION
114 ASSAMESE 049 PAINTING
115 KANNADA 050 GRAPHICS Any One
116 ARABIC 051 SCULPTURE
117 TIBETAN 052 APP/COMMERCIAL ART
118 FRENCH 053 FASHION STUDIES
120 GERMAN 054 BUSINESS STUDIES
121 RUSSIAN 055 ACCOUNTANCY
123 PERSIAN 056 KATHAK DANCE
124 NEPALI 057 BHARATNATYAM DANCE
125 LIMBOO 058 KUCHIPUDI DANCE
126 LEPCHA 059 ODISSI DANCE Any One
189 TELUGU- TELANGANA 060 MANIPURI DANCE
192 BODO 061 KATHAKALI DANCE
193 TANGKHUL 062 MOHINIYATTAM DANCE
194 JAPANESE
195 BHUTIA 064 HOME SCIENCE
196 SPANISH 065 INFORMATICS PRAC.
197 KASHMIRI 083 COMPUTER SCIENCE Any One
198 MIZO
199 BAHASA MELAYU 066 ENTREPRENEURSHIP
067 MULTIMEDIA & WEB TECHNOLOGY
068 AGRICULTURE
072 MASS MEDIA STUDIES
073 KNOWLEDGE TRADITION & PRACTICES OF INDIA
074 LEGAL STUDIES
076 NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)

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SINGLE PAPER SKILL ELECTIVE FOR
SENIOR SECONDARY LEVEL (GROUP-S -1)

SS.No Sub Code Subject Name -XI Subject Name –XII


.
1. 604 Office Procedures & Practices
2. 607 Typography & Computer Application (English )
3. 609 Typography & Computer Application (Hindi)
4. 622 Engineering Science
5. 625 Applied Physics
6. 626 Mechanical Engineering
7. 628 Autoshop Repair & Practice
8. 729 Food Nutrition & Dietetics Basic Concepts of Health &
Disease and Medical
Terminology
9. 740 Geospatial Technology
10. 743 Retail Operations
11. 746 Holistic Health
12. 750 Logistics Operations and Supply Chain Management
13. 756 Tourism Resources In India Introduction to Hospitality
Management
14. 762 Basic Horticulture
15. 766 Business Operation & Administration
16. 772 Design & Innovation
17. 776 Garment Construction
18. 777 Elements of Textile Design Traditional Indian Textile
19. 780 Financial Accounting
20. 782 Taxation
21. 783 Marketing
22. 784 Salesmanship
23. 785 Banking
24. 786 Insurance
25. 787 Basic Electricity Electrical Machines
26. 789 Basic Electronics Operation and Maintenance of
Communication Devices
27. 793 Foundation of Financial Market Capital Market Operations
28. 796 Web Applications
29. 797 Elements of Civil Engineering Construction Technology
30. 800 Security

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SKILL COURSES OF TWO/THREE PAPERS
SENIOR SECONDARY LEVEL (GROUP-S-2) 2018-19
S.No. COURSE NAME SUBJECT NAME(XII) CODE

Engineering and Technology


1 Automobile Auto Engineering 627
Technology Auto Shop Repair and Practice 628
Optional
Engineering Science 622
Applied Physics 625
2 Electrical Technology Electrical Machines 787
Electrical Appliances 788
Optional
Applied Physics 625
3 Electronics Technology Operation and maintenance of Communication devices 789
Troubleshooting and maintenance of Electronic Equipment’s 790
Optional
Applied Physics 625
4 IT Application Database Management Applications 795
Web Applications 796
Health and Wellness
5 Health and Beauty Studies Beauty & Hair 745
Holistic Health 746
6 Medical Diagnostics Laboratory Medicine II 741
Clinical Biochemistry & Microbiology II 742

Media, Entertainment and Production


7 Fashion Design & Garment Basic Pattern Development 775
Technology Garment Construction 776
#Optional subject can’t be taken Optional#
unless 775 and 776 are taken.
Fabric Study 774

8 Mass Media Studies & Mass Media Understanding the Evolution and Forms of Mass Media 738
Production
072 (Mass Media Studies) cannot be
taken with this package.
The Creative and Commercial Process in Mass Media 739
9 Textile Design Traditional Indian Textile 777
Any one of the following

Printed Textile 778


Textile Chemical Processing 779
Agro Production and Marketing
10 Horticulture Basic Horticulture 762
Any one from the following
Olericulture 763
Pomology 764
Floriculture 765
Hospitality & Tourism
11 Food Production Food Production III 734
Food Production IV 735

12 Food & Beverage Services Food Service 736


Food and Beverage Cost and Control 737
13 Front Office Operations Front Office Operations 753
Advanced Front Office Operations 754

14 Travel and Tourism Introduction to Hospitality Management 756


Travel Agency and Tour Operations Business 757

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Finance, Business and Management
15 Accountancy & Taxation Cost Accounting 781

#-Accountancy (055) and Financial Taxation 782


Accounting (780) cannot be taken Optional #
together
Financial Accounting 780

16 Banking & Insurance Banking 785


Insurance 786
17 Financial Market Management Capital Market Operations 793
Derivative Market Operations 794
Optional

Financial Accounting 780

18 Library and Information Sciences Library Systems and Resource Management 747

Library and Information Sciences (079) Information storage and Retrieval. 748
cannot be taken with this package.

19 Marketing & Marketing 783


Salesmanship Salesmanship 784

20 Office Secretaryship Office Procedures and Practices 604


Typography & Computer Application (English ) 607
OR

Typography & Computer Application ( Hindi) 609


21 Retail Retail Operations 743
Retail Services 744
Typography & Computer Application (English) 607
Stenography & Computer
Application- ENGLISH Shorthand (English) 608
Optional
Office Procedures and Practices 604
22 Typography & Computer Application (Hindi) 609
Stenography & Computer Shorthand (Hindi) 610
Application- HINDI Optional
Office Procedures and Practices 604

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Fee Payment

(a) CBSE is now accepting fees for all activities only through digital payments mode such as Debit
Card / Credit Card / NEFT/ RTGS/ SWIFT (only for international payments).

(b) Fee paid is automatically updated by the Banks on CBSE server within 24 hours. (except SWIFT
payments). Updation of SWIFT payment takes 2-3 days.

(c) In case of Bank related transaction or non updation of Fee on server the schools should contact
the respective Bank through which payment was made. Contact details of Banks is given on
website of CBSE.

(d) Following may be informed to the bank while making communication with Bank:

(i) Mode of Payment

(ii) Fee Reference No.

(iii) Amount deposited

(iv) Date of deposit

(v) Branch of deposition

(vi) Bank reference number (Transaction ID as reflected in Bank account)

(vii) Your contact number

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ANNEXURE-II

FOR ANY QUERY OR HELP CONTACT FOLLOWING DURING OFFICE HOURS

Regional Office Jurisdiction For any technical query For any examination
of Regional regarding Online related query
Offices submission

Regional Office - Delhi NCT of Delhi, rodlicu@gmail.com Tel:91-11-22236195


Central Board of Secondary Foreign Schools Tel:91-11-22236195
Education,
PS-1-2, Institutional Area, 91-11-22236180
I.P.Extn.
Patparganj,
Delhi-110092
Regional Office - Chennai Andhra Pradesh, rochennai@cbse.gov.in rochennai.cbse@
Central Board of Secondary Telangana Tel.91-44-26164608, gmail.com
Education, Goa, Karnataka, 91-44-26162264 Tel.91-44-26164608
Plot No. 1630 A, "J" Block, 16th Maharashtra, Fax: 91-44-26162212
Main Road Tamil Nadu,
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Chennai-600040 Nicobar Islands,
Tamil Nadu Daman and Diu,
Puducherry
Regional Office - Kerala, rotrivandrum.cbse@ nic.in examcbse.tvm@gmail.co
Thiruvananthapuram Lakshadweep Tel:91-471-2534404 91- m
Central Board of Secondary 471-2534496
Education, Fax:91-471-2534406 Tel: 91-471-2987403
Block-B, 2nd Floor,
LIC Divisional Office Campus,
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Thiruvananthapuram – 695004
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Regional Office-Guwahati Assam, Nagaland, roguwahati.cbse@nic.in roguwahati.cbse@


Central Board of Secondary Manipur, Tel: 91-361-2334661 (Direct) nic.in
Education, Shilpogram Road, Meghalaya, Tripura, EPABX NO.: 91-361- Tel:91-361-2331995
(Near SankardevKalakshetra), Sikkim, Arunachal 2331995, EXT.- 30
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Assam

Regional Office-Ajmer Gujarat, roajmer.cbse@nic.in roajmer.cbse@nic.in


Central Board of Secondary Madhya Pradesh, Tel:91-145-2634114 Tel:91-145-2634114
Education, Rajasthan, 91-11-2634119-(IX/XI Fax-91--145-2421543
Todarmal Marg, Dadra and Nagar Registration Queries)
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Rajasthan LOC Queries)
91-11-2634117 (Class XII
LOC Queries)
Fax: 91-145-2421543

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Regional Office-Panchkula Haryana, ropanchkula.cbse@ Tel:91-172-2521503
Central Board of Secondary Himachal Pradesh., nic.in 91-172-2521507
Education, Sector- 5 , J & K, Punjab, Tel:91-172-2585193
Panchkula – 134152 U.T. of Chandigarh 91-172-2583547
Haryana 91-172-2585577
Fax:91-172-2585163
Regional Office-Allahabad Uttar Pradesh roallahabad.cbse@nic.in roallahabad.cbse@ nic.in
Central Board of Secondary Except Districts of DIRECT LINE :
Education, Western Uttar 91-532 – 2400434 Tel:91-532-2407970-72
35 B, Civil Lines, Pradesh EPABX LINE :
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Uttar Pradesh CELL)
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Regional Office-Dehradun Uttarakhand and roddn.cbse@nic.in Tel:91-135-2757744


Central Board of Secondary Western Uttar Tel: 91-135-2757744, 91-
Education, Pradesh i.e. 135-2753250
99, Kaulagarh Road, (Extension-205)
Badaun, Baghpat,
Dehradun-248001 91-135-2753251,
Uttarakhand Bijnour, 91-135-2753248
Bulandshahr, Mob No. 7579214383-
Gautam Budh Helpline
Nagar(Noida),
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Rampur,
Saharanpur,
Sambhal and
Shamli

Regional Office-Bhubaneswar West Bengal, rocbsebbsr@rediffmail. com, Tel:91-674-2721712


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Education, Chhattisgarh n
Plot No. 4, Tel:91-674-2548426, 91-674-
Sailshree Vihar, 2542312, 91-674-
Chandrshekharpur, 2548212(Extn 129)
Bhubneshwar-751021 FAX:-91-674-2547312,
Odisha Helpline Mobile No.-
9853246315

Regional Office-Patna Bihar, Jharkhand ropatna.cbse@nic.in ropatna.cbse@nic.in


Central Board of Secondary Tel:91-612-2295048, Ph No. 0612-2295048,
Education, Ambika Complex, Ext. 24
Behind State Bank Colony, Near 91-612-2295008, ropatna.cbse@gmail.com
Brahmsthan, Sheikhpura,
BaileyRoad, 91-612-2295080
Patna-800014,Bihar

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For Skill Education All Regions directorvoc.cbse@gmail .com directorvoc.cbse@gmail
Central Board of Secondary Tel:91-11-23216220 .com
Education, Tel:91-11-23216220
Shiksha Sadan,
17, Rouse Avenue, New Delhi-
110002

PROCEDURE FOR ONLINE FILLING OF LIST OF CANDIDATES FOR X AND XII

The following Steps 1 to 11 are to be followed in sequence for online submission of details.

Summary of activities to be done for submission of the List of Candidates (LOC) X and XII:

Steps Activities for List of Candidates (LOC) Nature


of
Activity
1 Health and Physical Education data submission on HPE portal Online
2 Login Online
3 Check list Printing of last year Registered candidates of IX & XI from the portal Online

4 Checking of details of candidates for List of Candidates (LOC) for X & XII
A. Checking of Checklist and correction to be marked on Check list:
• Correction of candidate’s details
• Addition of Candidates (For upgradation of Performance/ For Improvement Manual
of Performance/ New admissions /Transfer cases from other schools in
Class X/XII /those who have not Qualified/ Passed class X/ XII but wish
to repeat in all 5/6/7 subjects as a regular candidate), if any.
• Deletion of Candidates (Transfer cases to other schools, Failures in Class
IX/XI)
• Whether Migration Certificate is needed by the candidate or not
B. Correction marked on the check list must be made on the portal Online
5 Correction of Candidates Details including photographs, if any on the portal Online
6 Check list Printing of List of Candidates (LOC) – Class X / XII from the portal Online
7 Uploading of Photographs Online
8 Finalisation of Data Online
9 Fee Payment Online
10 Printing of Final List of Candidates (LOC) Online
11 Submission of final List of Candidates (LOC) to Regional Office Manual

Note:

1. Login: Only Registered schools are permitted to login.

2. Check list Printing of last year’s Registered candidates from portal i.e.:
a. The details of candidates submitted by the school for registration at the time of Class
IX/Class XI previous year are available on the portal
b. Heading of this List will be ‘CHECK LIST of last year Registered CANDIDATES and
ELIGIBLE for CLASS X/XII Examinations’

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c. Schools shall print a list of the available details of candidates. The printer settings may
be set for A4 size paper with Landscape printing with all side margins set to 0.25”.
d. School should print these 2 lists before going to the next step.

3. Checking of details of Candidates for List of Candidates (LOC):

A. Checking of check list and correction to be marked on check list:


a. The printed checklist has data of last year IX/XI students who will now appear in
X/XII.
b. School should check student details in the List with the Original Admission and
Withdrawal register (AWR), Subject Code and Subject Name offered by candidate.
Photograph of candidate printed in the Checklist is also to be checked. Any
Correction/ Addition/Deletion be marked in the check list.

c. School should ensure that all corrections relating to the spellings in the
names of the candidate/mother/father, sex, category, date of birth, subjects
etc. have been checked and marked in the check list.
d. If there is need of adding few students and deleting some students School must
do the deletion first because it will create space for addition.

B. Deletion of Candidates:

Reasons for Deletion Code for Deletion


Failures in Class IX/XI FAILURE
Transfers from your school to other Schools TRANSFER

Note: Reasons for deletion must be provided as per Code for Deletion in remark
column on server. Details of these candidates must be noted down.

C. Addition of Candidates:

Reasons for Additions Code for


Addition
New admissions - Transfers from other CBSE Affiliated Schools TRANSFER
– Transfers from Schools not affiliated to CBSE DIRECT
Improvement of Performance – those who have qualified/Passed Class X/XII IMPROVEMENT
and will be appearing for Improvement of Performance in all the subjects.
Those who have not Qualified Class X/ XII previously and will be appearing as FAILURE
regular candidates by repeating in all the subjects again.

IMPORTANT:

i) Schools should seek permission from concerned Regional Office for addition of
candidates
ii) Regional Offices will give permission after updating number of candidates on the portal
from the school concerned.
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iii) Reasons for additions must be provided as per Code for Addition in remark column on
portal. Details of these candidates must be noted down.

D. Requirement of Migration Certificate by candidate:

• In Class XII: by default, all candidates have been marked with ‘Y’ (an indicating
“Yes” Migration certificate will be provided to the candidate). School have an option
to change “Y” to “N”. One of the advantages is that school will get all Migration
Certificates in one go from the Regional Office and students will not be required to
apply to Regional Office separately. Fee of Rs 250/- per candidate is provisioned
for Migration Certificate.
• In Class X: by default, all candidates have been marked with “N’ (an indication that
migration Certificate is not needed by the candidate). If a candidate needs Migration
Certificate, the correction may be marked as ‘Y’ and noted down. Fee of Rs 250/-
per candidate is provisioned for Migration Certificate.
• In respect of those candidates who do not take migration certificate as detailed
above, can take the same from the concerned Regional Office, CBSE at later stage
by submitting prescribed application form and paying prescribed fee.

E. Photographs of Candidates: If wrong or not legible/ clear or not available

• If the photograph printed in check list is wrong or cloudy/not identifiable or not available,
scanned photograph be uploaded online again.
• The photograph should be high contrast with white background (passport size preferably
black & white) photograph. The name of the students along with the date of taking the
photograph (photograph should have been taken on or after 1.4.2018) must be
indicated on the photograph.

• The photograph scanned should be stored in JPG Format with Registration No. as filename
of the photograph. The Registration No. is printed in the check list against the candidate’s
details. Example: If Photograph of Anil Kumar (whose Registration No. is
A119/03001/0057) is wrong or not legible/clear or not available. Photograph of Anil Kumar
be scanned and stored as A119030010057.jpg

• Photographs be uploaded using option “Uploading of Photograph”

F. Corrections marked on the check list are to be made on portal:


Marked corrections including uploading of photograph must be carried out by typing on
computer/laptop connected to CBSE website by choosing option “Correction of
Candidates Details including photographs, if any”.

4. Correction of Candidate’s details including photographs, if any:

Corrections marked in the check list can be carried out on server as follows:

a. This activity has three options MODIFY/CORRECT, ADD and DELETE.


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i. MODIFY/CORRECT for making corrections:

There are two options:

• To carry out individual corrections in Name/subject/other details of the


candidate: Correction in the already submitted details of the candidate can
be made. The Serial No. printed against the candidate’s details in the
check list be typed and the candidate’s details shall be displayed on the
screen. Required correction/ modification can be typed against the
particular details.

• To carry out mass corrections (corrections for more than one candidate at
a time) for Migration Certificate.

ii. ADD : For adding details of any left out Candidates/ new admissions.

iii. DELETE: For deleting/ removing already available details of the candidate
from the list. *

▪ Serial No. of Candidate printed on the Check list be entered and the
details of the candidate are displayed.

▪ Press ‘Delete’ button to delete the details

▪ Details once deleted cannot be recovered and has to be entered again if


needed by using ADD option.

(Regional Officers of CBSE will keep a strict watch on the corrections/ additions
made in particulars of candidates. Schools are advised that only bonafide
candidates already registered in class IX/XI are sponsored in LOC of class X/XII.
While making corrections schools should ensure that candidate being sponsored
in X/XII is not swapped from any other candidate who has been registered in class
IX/XI. While making corrections in subjects (where change of subject from IX/XI is
involved) schools should ensure approval of CBSE. While adding candidates in
respect of directly admitted candidates at X/XII it must be ensured that the
approval of the of CBSE is obtained. In case such addition/corrections are not
supported with requisite approval from the CBSE, candidature of such students
in X/XII Board Examination may be rejected at any stage, besides action against
the school involved in such malpractice.)

b. Print Check List of List of Candidates again by choosing option “Checklist Printing of List
of Candidates (LOC) with photographs”.

5. Uploading of Photographs.

If Photograph of Anil Kumar is wrong or not legible/clear or not available whose Registration
No. is A119/03001/0057. Photograph of Anil Kumar scanned and stored as
A11930010057.jpg has to be uploaded as follows:

• Serial No. of Candidate printed on the Check list be entered and the details of the
candidate and photograph if available in the server are displayed.
• Photographs of this candidate be uploaded by choosing the photograph of this candidate
stored in school’s computer

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6. Check list Printing of List of Candidates (LOC) with photographs:

a. Schools shall print a list of the submitted details of candidates by choosing the
option “Check list Printing of List of Candidates (LOC) with photographs”
using a printer attached with the school’s computer.
b. The printer settings may be set for A4 size paper with Landscape printing with
all side margins set to 0.25”.
c. The heading of this List will be ‘CHECK LIST OF CANDIDATES FOR LOC FOR
CLASS…’

7. Finalisation of Data (Ensure all corrections have been made before finalisation):

a. When all corrections have been carried out and the list is error free, Finalisation of data
can be done. Finalisation of data means no more correction /deletion /addition in the
data which have been submitted till date i.e. Data submitted shall be deemed as error
free and final.
b. Fee shall be applicable as per fee schedule i.e. the date on which the data is finalised
is taken for the purpose of fee calculation.
c. After finalisation of data, addition of more candidates is possible provided the date for
submission of details is within the time schedule and fee shall have to be remitted as
per fee schedule

8. Payment of Fee: School should pay fee within 4 days of finalization of data

9. Printing of Final List of Candidates (LOC) for sending to the Regional Office:

a. Schools shall take print out of Final list of Candidates submitted. The Final list has
provision for printing candidates’ details. Final list cannot be generated without
submission of fee details.
b. School shall obtain signature of Mother, signature of Father and signature of
candidate to confirm the name, father name, mother name are correct.
c. The heading of this List will be ‘FINAL LIST OF CANDIDATES FOR
CLASS_________’.
d. The printer settings may be set for A4 size paper with Landscape printing with all side
margins set to 0.25”.
e. Obtain signatures of candidate on the final list.
f. A photocopy of the Final printout with Candidate’s signature should be retained by the
School as office copy.

10. Submission of List of Candidates (LOC) along with proof of remittance of Fee to
Regional Office by Post:

Final List with candidate’s signature along with proof of remittance of fee and duly filled and
signed Certificate by Principal should reach the concerned ‘Director/Regional
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Director/Regional Officer’ of the Respective Regional Office of the Board within
stipulated schedule given above as per schedule/late fee/penalty given in Fee page.

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CBSE/Reg/112510/2018/ 1st October, 2018
To

The Principal / Head


All Schools Affiliated to CBSE

Subject: Registration of Class IX/XI students for session 2018-19

Dear Madam/Sir,
Registration for regular students of Class IX/XI has started by CBSE. The link is
available on website www.cbse.nic.in. Following actions are desired to be taken for
registration of students: -

• All affiliated schools are required to register themselves before proceeding for
online registration of their students. Schools must use the ‘Affiliation Number’ as
user ID already available with them.
• 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. Keeping
password safely shall be the responsibility of the school.
• In the event of any difficulty, concerned Regional Office may be contacted as per
jurisdiction/contact details given in the Annexure.

Features of this year’s Online Registration system are as under: -

• Schools should enter number of sections and number of students which should be in
consonance with the information provided on OASIS. This information should be
filled very carefully in OASIS as schools will not be allowed to change the declared
section/strength afterwards.

• As per Rule 6.1(a)(iii) of the Examination Bye-Laws, school shall ensure that the
student, while seeking admission in a class, satisfies the requirement of age limit
(minimum and maximum) as determined by the State/ U.T. Government and
applicable to the place where the School is located.
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• Aadhaar number field has been provided. The use of Aadhaar for the students will
result in accuracy of the students’ details.

• The students not in possession of Aadhaar number may enter the Passport number,
Ration card number, Bank account number or any other Govt. valid identity.

• In respect of Foreign nationals, Passport Number can be provided. If passport


number is not available, Social Security Number/ID Number issued by that Foreign
Country may be mentioned.

• For classes IX/XI, schools are advised to offer only those subjects which have been
permitted to them by the Board. In case, school sponsors students in subject(s) other
than those permitted by the Board, it may lead to action against the school, in addition
to cancellation of candidature of such students.

• Board has prescribed scheme of studies which is available in the Curriculum on the
link http://cbseacademic.nic.in/curriculum.html on website
http://cbseacademic.nic.in/ for Secondary and Senior Secondary classes. Schools
are required to offer the subjects in adherence with the Scheme of Studies only.

• In accordance with the Scheme of Studies, Board has prescribed examples of Valid/
Invalid combination of subjects. Schools should check the combination of subjects
before filling in the subjects.

• Class IX/XI examinations must be conducted internally by the schools.

• All Independent Schools situated in India must deposit Sports Fee of Rs.10,000/-
alongwith registration fee. This fee is collected by the Online system by default. No
separate sports fee is required to be sent by the schools situated in India to
concerned Regional Office.

• Schools can complete the registration process by individual entry or uploading filled
in excel file provided by the online registration system.

• In case of refund of payment, schools should contact the Regional Office concerned.

• Schools are required to send the signed copy of finalized data of registered students
of class IX/XI to concerned Regional Office only. Schools are advised not to send it
to Central Board of Secondary Education, Preet Vihar, Delhi.

• Instructions for submission of List of Candidates for class X/XII and online form for
Private/2nd chance Compartment examination will be issued separately.

• CBSE has remodeled assessment system for class X examination. For details on
assessment system for the classes IX and X please refer to Circular no. Acad-
05/2017 dated 31.01.2017.

• Board is extending several exemptions/concessions to candidates with disabilities as


defined in the “THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT 2016”. In this
context, NOTIFICATION No. CBSE/Coord/112233/2018 dated 26.09.2018 issued
by the Board may please be referred to.
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Detailed Procedure, Fee, Registration process, Valid combinations etc. are described
in detail in the enclosed Annexures. Schools are advised to go through the detailed
procedure before applying.

While uploading data, schools will ensure the following:-

1. Spelling of student, mother’s & father’s name is correct and as per Admission
& Withdrawal Register maintained by the school.
2. Date of Birth is as per Admission & Withdrawal Register maintained by the
school.
3. Subject combinations are correct and are as per Scheme of Studies
4. Subject codes are correct (Fill the subject as offered by the school)

(i) Selection of Hindi - A , Hindi - B & Urdu etc in Class – IX be done cautiously

(ii) Selection of Hindi (Core), Hindi (Elective), English (Core), English


(Elective), Sanskrit (Core), Sanskrit (Elective), Urdu (Core), Urdu (Elective)
etc. in Class XI be done cautiously

Schools must ensure uploading of 100% correct data to avoid future problems of
corrections in student’s data. Data must be got doubly checked before uploading. Head of
the Schools should personally monitor this activity.

For any queries call at CBSE Helpline No. 1800-11-8002 between 9.30 AM- 5.30 PM
on all working days.

Yours faithfully,

(DR. SANYAM BHARDWAJ)


CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS
Fee for Registration in Class IX/XI

Registration Fee to be remitted Schedule for On-


Fee Slab per Student in INR line registration
Schools in India Schools Abroad of Students

Without late fee 150/- per student For Class-IX 01-10-2018


250/- per student
to
For Class-XI
300/- per student 22-10-2018

With Late fee 150/- + 500/-* For Class-IX 23-10-2018


(Slab – I) = Rs 650/- 250/- + 500/-*
to
=750/-
For Class-XI 30-10-2018
300/- + 500/-*
= 800/-
With Late fee 150/- + 1000/-* For Class-IX 31.10.2018
(Slab – II) = 1150/- 250/- + 1000/-*
to
= 1250/-
For Class-XI 12.11.2018
300/- + 1000/-*
= 1300/-
With Late fee 150/- 2000/-* For Class-IX 13.11.2018
(Slab – III) =2150/- 250/- + 2000/-*
to
= 2250/-
For Class-XI 20.11.2018
300/- + 2000/-*
= 2300/-
With Late fee 150/- + 5000/- * For Class-IX 21.11.2018
(Slab – IV) =5150/- 250/- + 5000/-*
to
= 5250/-
For Class-XI 28.11.2018
300/- + 5000/-*
= 5300/-
*Late fee

• Registration and Examination fee (IX,X,XI,XII) will not be charged from visually impaired
candidates.
• Duly signed Registration list should be sent to the concerned RO within 7 days of finalization
of data.
• 15 days grace time in place of 7 days for submission of signed Registration list in the
concerned RO for schools belonging to remote areas viz. Arunachal Pradesh, Assam,
Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura, Lahaul and Spiti District and
Pangi sub division of Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and
Lakshadweep and schools in foreign countries
• All Independent Schools located in India must pay Sports Fee of INR 10000/- per school per
year alongwith above registration fee. Online system will automatically add the sports fee
with registration fee.
Illustration for Calculating Late Fee:

Fee shall be applicable as per fee schedule. The date on which data is finalized is taken for
account for fee calculation i.e. If students’ details are entered before 22.10.2018 (or earlier)
and finalization of data is done by school on 22.10.2018 (or earlier) then NO LATE FEE
shall be applicable. If students’ details are entered before 22.10.2018 and finalization of
data is done on 23.10.2018 then late fee shall be applicable as per slab.
PENALTIES IN CASE CORRECTION IN DATA IS REQUESTED
AFTER FINALIZATION OF DATA

AMOUNT
HEADS OF ACTIVITIES OF
PENALTY
(in INR)
REMARKS
a. Penalty for correction in subject after per subject
submitting online LOC 1,000/- per candidate

Penalty for Correction of Internal 1,000/-


b. per candidate
Assessment marks submitted Online in
Hardcopy

c.
Penalty for late submission of hardcopy

(i) Upto 15 days after prescribed date of 5,000/- Per school


submission

(ii) upto 30 days after prescribed date of 10,000/- Per school


submission

(iii) upto 45 days after prescribed date of 15,000/-


submission Per school

(iv) upto 60 days after prescribed date of


submission 20,000/- Per school

d. Approval of direct admission after 31st


1,000/- Per student
August of the academic session except on
grounds of Transfer of parent(s) or shifting
of residence
SUBJECT COMBINATIONS TO BE SELECTED FOR
CLASS IX (2018-2019) & X (2019-2020)

Class IX and X is an integrated course. Students need to take only those subjects in class
IX which they intend to continue in CLASS-X

Scheme of Studies – Secondary School Examination for academic session


Class IX 2018-19 and Class X 2019-2020

Students can offer minimum 5 and more subjects. They need to continue same subjects in
class X also. Subjects can be offered as under:

Subjects Name of Subjects


Subject 1 Language I (Hindi Course A or
Hindi Course B or English
Language and Literature (Group-L)
Subject 2 Language II (Any one from the
Group of Languages (Group-L)
Compulsory other than Language chosen at
Subject 1
Subject 3 Mathematics
Subject 4 Science (Group- A1)
Subject 5 Social Science
Subject 6 Skill subject* from the group of Skill
subjects (Group-S)
Optional Subject 7 Language III (Group-L) /Any
Academic subject (Group-A2) other
than opted above
Subjects of Internal Subject 8 and 9 Art Education
Assessment Assessment and Health & Physical Education
certification at school
level

Important Instructions:-

(a) If a student fails in any one of the three compulsory academic subjects (i.e. Science,
Mathematics and Social Science) and passes the Skill subject (offered as 6th optional subject)
then it will be replaced by the Skill subject and result of Class X Board examination will be
computed accordingly.
(b) If a student fails in any language subject out of first five subjects, the same will be replaced
by language taken as seventh subject (optional) provided he or she has passed seventh
language subject and after replacement either Hindi or English remains as passed language
in first five subjects.
(c) It is expected that all the students would have studied three languages up to class VIII. Those
students who could not clear the third language in class VIII and have been promoted to
class IX, shall be examined by the concerned schools at the end of Class IX in the same
syllabus and textbooks as are prescribed for class VIII. Those who are still unable to clear
the third language at the end of class IX may be given another opportunity in class X. No
student shall be eligible to appear at the Secondary School Examination of the Board at the
end of class X unless she/he has cleared the third language.
(d) Hindi and English must be two of the three languages to be offered. Hindi and English must
have been studied at least up to class VIII.
(e) Hindi or English must be one of the two languages to be studied in class IX and X. Hindi and
English can also be offered simultaneously. In Hindi two courses have been provided for
class IX and X keeping in view the varying backgrounds of the students and a student may
either opt for Hindi A (Code 002) or Hindi B (Code 085).
(f) Students offering additional sixth skill subject may also offer an additional language III/subject
as 7th subject.
(g) Computer Application (Code 165) and Information Technology (Code 402) can not be taken
together.
(h) For Skill subjects, only those subjects can be offered for which permission has been given
by CBSE.
(i) Wherever restriction on number of candidates has been imposed by CBSE, school should
not exceed such limit of number of candidates.
(j) For details regarding subjects and scheme of studies please refer to Curriculum
available on the website of CBSE.
(k) Board is extending several exemptions/concessions to candidates with disabilities as
defined in the “THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT 2016”. In this
context, NOTIFICATION No. CBSE/Coord/112233/2018 dated 26.09.2018 issued
by the Board, may please be referred to.
(l) Board issues mark sheet indicating marks obtained in each subject separately. No aggregate
score/percentage is mentioned by the Board. Candidates who take 6/7 subjects and pass in
all 6/7 subjects, the percentage is to be calculated according to the norms of
college/institution in which the candidate is seeking admission.
(m) Candidates who have selected 5/6/7 subjects in Class IX and want to change/ add/delete the
subject(s) in Class X due to academic reasons/medical reasons, such cases be referred to
the concerned Regional Office of CBSE by the respective school before 31 st August of that
academic year. The schools are expected to ensure the correctness of the subjects offered
by the students and the subjects being taught in the school and allowed by the Board. The
data uploaded for each candidate should be accurate in all respects.
(n) It has been observed in past that there is a variation between subjects offered by the
candidate and the subjects being taught and allowed by the Board. To ensure accuracy of
data, the Subject Code and Subject Name must be checked carefully for each candidate.
(o) If there is a violation of scheme of study the data filled through EXCEL file will show error on
server after uploading the filled excel file. The error will be rectified only after choosing correct
subject combinations.
Subject Code list and Subject Name for academic session
Class IX 2018-19 and Class X 2019-2020
LANGUAGE COMPULSORY ACADEMIC SUBJECTS
(GROUP-L) (GROUP-A1)
CODE NAME CODE NAME
002 HINDI COURSE-A ANY 041 MATHEMATICS
085 HINDI COURSE-B ONE

184 ENGLISH LANG & LIT. 086 SCIENCE


003 URDU COURSE-A ANY 087 SOCIAL SCIENCE
303 URDU COURSE-B ONE

004 PUNJABI OTHER ACADEMIC SUBJECTS


(GROUP- A2)
005 BENGALI 031 CAR. MUSIC (VOCAL)
006 TAMIL 032 CAR. MUSIC MEL. INS.
007 TELUGU 033 CAR. MUSIC PER. ANY
008 SINDHI 034 HIND. MUSIC (VOCAL)
009 MARATHI 035 HIND. MUSIC MEL. INS. ONE
010 GUJARATI 036 HIND. MUSIC PER. INS.

011 MANIPURI 049 PAINTING


012 MALAYALAM 064 HOME SCIENCE
013 ODIA 076 NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)
014 ASSAMESE 165 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
015 KANNADA 154 ELEM. OF BUSINESS
016 ARABIC 254 ELEM BOOK-K & ACCY
017 TIBETAN SKILL SUBJECTS
(GROUP-S)
018 FRENCH 401 RETAILING
020 GERMAN 402 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
021 RUSSIAN 403 SECURITY
023 PERSIAN 404 AUTOMOTIVE
024 NEPALI 405 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL
MARKETS
025 LIMBOO 406 INTRODUCTION TO TOURISM
026 LEPCHA 407 BEAUTY & WELLNESS
089 TELUGU TELANGANA 408 AGRICULTURE
092 BODO 409 FOOD PRODUCTION
093 TANGKHUL 410 FRONT OFFICE OPERATIONS
094 JAPANESE 411 BANKING & INSURANCE
095 BHUTIA 412 MARKETING & SALES
096 SPANISH 413 HEALTH CARE
097 KASHMIRI 414 APPAREL
098 MIZO 415 MEDIA
099 BAHASA MELAYU 416 MULTI SKILL FOUNDATION COURSE
122 SANSKRIT
131 RAI
132 GURUNG
133 TAMANG
134 SHERPA
136 THAI
SUBJECT COMBINATIONS TO BE SELECTED FOR
CLASS XI (2018-2019) & XII (2019-2020)

Class XI and XII is an integrated course. Students need to take only those subjects in class
XI which he/she intends to continue in CLASS-XII

Scheme of Studies – Senior School Certificate Examination for academic session


Class XI 2018-19 and Class XII 2019-2020

Students can offer minimum 5 and more subjects. They need to continue same subjects in
class XII also. Subjects can be offered as under:

Subjects Name of Subjects


Subject 1 Hindi Elective or Hindi Core or English
Elective or English Core
Subject 2 Any one Language from Subject Group- L
not opted as Subject 1

Or

Any one Subject from Academic Electives


(Subject Group-A)
Compulsory
Subject 3, Subject 4 & Any three Subjects from Academic
Subject 5 Electives (Subjects Group-A)

Or

Any three Subjects from Skill Group-S

Or

Any three from combination of Group-A &


Group-S.
Additional Subject 6 Any one subject from any subjects group
Subject not opted above
Optional

Subjects of Subject 7 to 9 500 - Work Experience


internal (Subjects of internal
assessment assessment to be taken by 502 - Health and Physical Education
all Regular Candidates)
503- General Studies
Important Instructions:-

(a) Hindi or English must be one of the two languages to be studied in class XI and XII. Hindi
and English can also be offered simultaneously. In Hindi and English two courses have been
provided for class XI and XII keeping in view the varying backgrounds of the students and a
student may either opt for Hindi Elective (Code 002) or Hindi Core (Code 302) and English
Elective (Code-001) or English Core (Code -301). However, same language cannot be
offered both at Core and Elective levels.

(b) Following combinations cannot be taken together;

(i) Physics (Code 042) and Applied Physics (Code 838) cannot be taken
together

(ii) Chemistry (Code 043) and Applied Chemistry (Code 839) cannot be taken
together

(iii) Mathematics (Code 041) and Applied Mathematics (Code 840) cannot be
taken together

(iv) Out of five Computer Science/IT related subjects i.e. Informatics Practice
(Code 265) old course, Informatics Practice (Code 065) new course,
Computer Science (Code 283) old course, Computer Science (Code 083)
new course, Information Technology (Code 802) a candidate can only opt
for one subject.

(v) Business Studies (Code 054) and Business Administration (Code 833)
cannot be taken together.

(c) The first 5 subjects in the chronological order of filling the subjects in online registration
system are considered as Main subjects.

(d) For candidates who take 6 subjects (5 main and 1 additional subject) and pass in all
6 subjects, the percentage is to be calculated by the employer/institution/university
according to the norms of employer/institution/university in which the candidate will
be seeking admission.
(e) If a student has taken 6 subjects, and if he/she fails in any one of first five
subjects, the same will be replaced by the 6th subject provided the candidate
satisfies the scheme of studies viz. after replacement either Hindi or English
remains one of the main five subjects.
(f) Candidates who have selected 5/6 subjects in Class XI and want to change/
add/delete the subject(s) in Class XII due to academic reasons/medical reasons,
such cases be referred to the concerned Regional Office of CBSE by the respective
school before 31st August of that academic year. The schools are expected to ensure
the correctness of the subjects offered by the students and the subjects being taught
in the school. The data uploaded for each candidate should be accurate in all
respects.
(g) Only those subjects can be offered by the school to the students for which approval
of CBSE has been taken.
(h) For details please refer to Curriculum available on the website www.cbse.nic.in
(i) Board is extending several exemptions/concessions to candidates with disabilities as
defined in the “THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT 2016”. In this
context, NOTIFICATION No. CBSE/Coord/112233/2018 dated 26.09.2018 issued
by the Board, may please be referred to.
EXAMPLES of SUBJECT COMBINATION FOR CLASS XI/XII (SESSION 2018 - 2020

VALID SUBJECT COMBINATIONS


CASE 1 CASE 6
Sub1: 301 English Core Sub1: 301 English Core
Sub2: 041 Mathematics Sub2: 302 Hindi Core
Sub3: 042 Physics Sub3: 042 Physics
Sub4: 043 Chemistry Sub4: 043 Chemistry
Sub5: 048 Physical Education Sub5: 041 Mathematics
CASE 2 CASE 7
Sub 1: 301 English Core Sub1: 301 English Core
Sub 2: 048 Physical Education Sub2: 055 Accountancy
Sub 3: 042 Physics Sub3: 054 Business Studies
Sub 4: 043 Chemistry Sub4: 030 Economics
Sub 5: 044 Biology Sub5: 302 Hindi Core
CASE 3 CASE 8
Sub1:301 English Core Sub1: 301 English Core
Sub2: 302 Hindi Core Sub2: 302 Hindi Core
Sub3: 027 History Sub3: 042 Physics
Sub4: 029 Geography Sub4: 043 Chemistry
Sub5: 028 Political Science Sub5: 044 Biology
Sub6: 039 Sociology
CASE 4 CASE 9
Sub1: 002 Hindi Elective Sub1: 301 English Core
Sub2: 055 Accountancy Sub2: 055 Accountancy
Sub3: 054 Business Studies Sub3: 054 Business Studies
Sub4: 030 Economics Sub4: 041 Mathematics
Sub5: 048 Physical Education Sub5: 030 Economics
CASE 5 CASE 10
Sub1: 301 English Core Sub1: 301 English Core
Sub3: 041 Mathematics Sub2: 055 Accountancy
Sub4: 042 Physics Sub3: 054 Business Studies
Sub5: 043 Chemistry Sub4: 030 Economics
Sub6: 083 Computer Science Sub5: 065 Informatics Prac.
INVALID SUBJECT COMBINATIONS
CASE 1 CASE 2
Sub1: 301 English Core Sub 1: 301 English Core
Sub2: 042 Physics Sub 2: 041 Mathematics
Sub3: 043 Chemistry Sub 3: 042 Physics
Sub4: 065 Informatics Prac. Sub 4: 049 Painting INVALID
Sub5: 083 Computer Science INVALID Sub 5: 050 Graphics
CASE 3 CASE 4
Sub1: 322 Sanskrit Core INVALID 302 : Hindi Core
Sub2: 104 Punjabi 002 : Hindi Elective INVALID
Sub3: 027 History 041 : Maths
Sub4: 029 Geography 042 : Physics
Sub5: 028 Political Science 043 : Chemistry
Sub6: 039 Sociology
CASE 5
302 : Hindi Core
812 : Marketing
816 : Horticulture INVALID
830 : Design
839 : Applied Chemistry
* For PWD Candidates, please refer to notification.
Subject Code and Subject Name for Senior School Certificate Examination
for academic session Class XI 2018-19 and Class XII 2019-2020

LANGUAGES ACADEMIC SUBJECTS


(GROUP-L) (GROUP-A)
CODE NAME CODE NAME
001 ENGLISH ELECTIVE 027 HISTORY
Any 028 POLITICAL SCIENCE
One
301 ENGLISH CORE 029 GEOGRAPHY
One
002 HINDI ELECTIVE Any One 030 ECONOMICS
302 HINDI CORE 031 CAR. MUSIC VOCAL
003 URDU ELECTIVE Any One
032 CAR. MUSIC MEL INS
303 URDU CORE 033 CAR.PER INS. MRIDANGAM Any One
022 SANSKRIT ELECTIVE Any 034 HIND MUSIC.VOCAL
322 SANSKRIT CORE One 035 HIND. MUSIC MEL INS.
104 PUNJABI 036 HIND.PER INS.
105 BENGALI 037 PSYCHOLOGY
106 TAMIL 039 SOCIOLOGY
107 TELUGU
108 SINDHI 041 MATHEMATICS
109 MARATHI 042 PHYSICS
110 GUJARATI 043 CHEMISTRY
111 MANIPURI 044 BIOLOGY
112 MALAYALAM 045 BIOTECHNOLOGY
113 ODIA 046 ENGG. GRAPHICS
114 ASSAMESE 048 PHYSICAL EDUCATION
115 KANNADA 049 PAINTING
116 ARABIC 050 GRAPHICS Any One
117 TIBETAN 051 SCULPTURE
118 FRENCH 052 APP/COMMERCIAL ART
120 GERMAN 054 BUSINESS STUDIES
121 RUSSIAN
123 PERSIAN 055 ACCOUNTANCY
124 NEPALI 056 KATHAK - DANCE
125 LIMBOO 057 BHARATNATYAM - DANCE
126 LEPCHA 058 KUCHIPUDI - DANCE
Any One
189 TELUGU TELANGANA 059 ODISSI – DANCE
192 BODO 060 MANIPURI – DANCE
193 TANGKHUL 061 KATHAKALI - DANCE
194 JAPANESE
195 BHUTIA
196 SPANISH 064 HOME SCIENCE
197 KASHMIRI 265 INFORMATICS PRAC. (OLD)
198 MIZO 065 INFORMATICS PRAC. (NEW)) Any One
199 BAHASA MELAYU
283 COMPUTER SCIENCE (OLD
083 COMPUTER SCIENCE (NEW)
066 ENTREPRENEURSHIP
073 KNOWLEDGE TRADITION & PRACTICES
OF INDIA
074 LEGAL STUDIES
076 NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)
.

SKILL SUBJECTS
(GROUP-S)
CODE NAME
801 Retail
802 Information Technology
803 Web Application
804 Automotive
805 Financial Markets Management
806 Tourism
807 Beauty & Wellness
808 Agriculture
809 Food Production
810 Front Office Operations
811 Banking
812 Marketing
813 Health Care
814 Insurance
815 X-Ray Technician
816 Horticulture
817 Typography & Computer Application
818 Geospatial Technology
819 Electrical Technology
820 Electronic Technology
821 Media
822 Taxation
823 Cost Accounting
824 Office Procedures & Practices
825 Shorthand (English)
826 Shorthand (Hindi)
827 Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration
828 Medical Diagnostics
829 Textile Design
830 Design
831 Salesmanship
832 Music Production
833 Business Administration
834 Food Nutrition & Dietetics
835 Mass Media Studies
836 Library & Information Science
837 Fashion Studies
838 Applied Physics
839 Applied Chemistry
840 Applied Mathematics
FEE PAYMENT

(a) CBSE is now accepting fees for all activities only through digital payments mode such as
Debit Card / Credit Card / NEFT/ RTGS/ SWIFT (only for international payments).

(b) Fee paid is automatically updated by the Banks on CBSE server within 24 hours.( except
SWIFT payments). Updation of SWIFT payment takes 2-3 days.

(c) In case of Bank related transaction or non updation of Fee on server the schools should
contact the respective Bank through which payment was made. Contact details of Banks
is given on website of CBSE.

(d) Following may be informed to the bank while making communication with Bank:

(i) Mode of Payment

(ii) Fee Reference No.

(iii) Amount deposited

(iv) Date of deposit

(v) Branch of deposition

(vi) Bank reference number (Transaction ID as reflected in Bank account)

(vii) Your contact number


FOR ANY QUERY OR HELP CONTACT FOLLOWING DURING OFFICE HOURS

Regional Office Jurisdiction For any technical query For any examination
of Regional Offices regarding Online related query
submission
Regional Office - Delhi NCT of Delhi, rodlicu@gmail.com Tel:91-11-22236195
Central Board of Secondary Foreign Schools Tel:91-11-22236195
Education,
PS-1-2, Institutional Area, 91-11-22236180
I.P.Extn.
Patparganj,
Delhi-110092
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Education, Tel:91-11-23216220
Shiksha Sadan,
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STEPS IN ONLINE REGISTRATION CLASS IX/XI

1. During the process of Registration school will be required to update the following :-

(a) Schools have to enter number of sections and number of students which should
be in consonance with the information provided on OASIS. This information
should be filled very carefully in OASIS as schools will not be allowed to change
the declared section/strength afterwards.
(b) School Details:

Any correction in School details such as Principal Name, Phone Number,


Experience, School website, valid Email address for future communications, Name
of person(s) along with designation, authorized to submit students’ details online
should be updated.

2. Method of Uploading individual entry and uploading Excel file in lot:

(a)Schools having few students in class IX/XI can enter the details directly on the
website by individual entry.

(b)For bulk entry schools can optionally download the excel fileby clicking the option
‘Download Excel File’. Following may be kept in mind while filling data in excel file:-

▪ SCHOOLS SHOULD NOT CHANGE THE FORMAT OF EXCEL FILE


OTHERWISE THE STUDENTS DATA WILL NOT BE UPLOADED
PROPERLY.
▪ SCHOOLS CAN UPLOAD THE DATA THROUGH EXCEL FILE ONCE ONLY.
SUBSEQUENT ADDITIONS, CORRECTIONS AND DELETIONS, IF ANY,
SHALL HAVE TO BE MADE ONLINE ONLY.
▪ The mobile number and E-Mail id on which the candidate can be contacted may
be given.
▪ After complete entries of the data in excel file and thorough checking, the same
may be uploaded by clicking ‘Upload Excel File’ option. Don’t FINALISE the
data immediately till you Prepare a Check list and do necessary corrections.
▪ The schools should tally and cross check the information submitted carefully
and meticulously the details of each student enrolled as per the details available
in the Admission and Withdrawal register of the School.
▪ Schools are advised to be careful while entering name/Date of birth/other
particulars of students.
▪ Requests for correction in particulars will be entertained only in accordance with
the rules notified vide Notification dated 25.06.2015.
▪ The date on which the student’s details are finalized shall determine the fee to
be paid by the school and shall be generated automatically by the computer.
▪ Those having poor connectivity of internet at school are advised to download
excel file and make entries in offline mode. Then a text print be taken before
uploading. The excel file can be uploaded from a broadband connected
computer/cyber café.

3. Check List Printing of Registered Students:

a. Schools shall take a print of list of students submitted by choosing the option
“Check list”.
b. The printer settings may be set for A4 size paper with Landscape printing with all
side margins set to 0.25”.
c. The heading of this List will be ‘CHECK LIST OF STUDENTS REGISTERED FOR
CLASS…’
d. The details in the list may be compared with the Original Admission and Withdrawal
register. Subject Code and Subject Name offered by each student should also be
checked.
e. When all corrections including spelling mistakes have been noted down, correction
have to be carried out online by choosing option “Correction->ADD/MODIFY”.

4. Correction of Registered List of Students:

This activity has three options ADD/MODIFY, DELETE AND UPLOAD


PHOTOGRAPH.

• ADD : Details of any left out students/ new students can be submitted.

• MODIFY: Correction in the already submitted details of the student can be


updated/ modified/corrected. The Record No. printed against the student’s details
is typed and the student’s details shall be displayed on the screen. Required
updation/ correction/ modification can be typed against the particular details.

• DELETE: Already submitted details of the student can be removed from the list
completely by typing the Record No. printed against the student’s detail whose
details are to be removed from the list. Student’s details shall be displayed on the
screen before deletion. Details once deleted can not be recovered and has to be
re-entered if needed again by using ADD option.

• UPLOAD PHOTOGRAPH: Photograph for each candidate can be uploaded using


this option. The size of photograph should be between 4kb to 40kb. The file type
must be JPG only.

Note: Option “Checklist” and Option “Correction” may be repeated any number
of times till the list is error-free.
5. Finalization of Data and Fee Payment:

a. When all corrections including spelling mistakes in candidate/mother/father name have


been carried out and the list is error free, finalization of data should be done.

b. Finalization of data means no more correction /deletion /modification of data


which have been submitted which implying thereby data submitted is final.
c. Even after finalization of first lot of data (excel file) addition of more students is
possible in the next lot (by individual entry online) provided the date of
submission of details is within the time schedule the limit of number of students
informed is not reached for the new lot fee shall be as per fee schedule for that
period.
d. A school can add students in maximum 5 lots (One lot of Excel uploading & 4
times individual online entries).
e. After finalization of data, the requisite fee is to be deposited electronically as per
available modes of payment. Kindly refer to Fee page.

6. Printing of Final List of Registration of Students:

a. Final list cannot be generated unless fee is deposited. Schools shall take
printout of Final list of registered students.
b. The heading of this List will be ‘FINAL LIST OF STUDENTS REGISTERED
FOR CLASS___’.
c. Once Final list is generated, no more addition, deletions or corrections can be
made on this data.
d. The printer settings may be set for A4 size paper with Landscape printing with
all side margins set to 0.25”

e. The Schools shall upload photograph of the students which clearly indicates the
name of the student along with the date of taking the photograph (photograph
should have been taken on or after 1st April of the academic session). Signature
of student should be obtain in the space earmarked for it.

f. A photocopy of the Final printout with Student’s signature should be retained by


the School as office copy.

7. Dispatch of Final list to CBSE Regional Office:-

a. School shall send the following to the Regional Office Concerned:-

(i) Final List duly signed by Principal, as prepared in para above.


(ii) Proof of depositing the fee.

Note: A photocopy of the all documents sent to Board should be retained by the
School as office copy.

b. The envelope containing the above should be sent by “SPEED POST” to the
Regional officer as per address given in the list. Registration List should not be sent
to CBSE, Preet Vihar, Head Office, Delhi.

c. Since CBSE has adopted cashless electronic payment for various examination
activities school should not pay any amount in cash to any functionary of Bank/
Board to process any application.
d. School should ensure those candidates sponsored by them are actually
attending their school. Sponsoring of fake, non-attending candidate will lead
to disaffiliation of the school.
CBSE/COORD/112233/2018 26th September, 2018

CIRCULAR

Sub: Exemptions/Concessions extended to Persons with


Benchmark Disabilities for Class X & XII Examinations
conducted by the CBSE and Standard Operating Procedure

CBSE being sensitive to the needs of disabled students is


extending several exemptions/concessions to candidates with disabilities
as defined in The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act- 2016 and
Guidelines for conducting written examination for persons with
benchmark disabilities 2018 issued by Ministry of Social Justice and
Empowerment as per Office Memorandum dated 29th August, 2018.

It was observed that neither the schools nor the students are
aware about these exemptions and are also not following correct way of
seeking available exemptions during their course of studies and
examinations. It was therefore decided to update and compile all
exemptions/concessions so that stakeholders are aware about the same
and are included.

Please find herewith consolidated exemptions/concessions


alongwith Standard Operation Procedures for seeking exemptions.

Now, these changes will supersede all earlier Circulars. These


exemptions/concessions will be applicable for the 2019 examination
onwards.

( Dr. Sanyam Bhardwaj )


Controller of Examinations
INSTRUCTIONS/EXEMPTIONS/CONCESSIONS EXTENDED BY THE CBSE DURING
SECONDARY (CLASS X) & SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE (CLASS XII)
EXAMINATIONS FOR DISABLED CANDIDATES

A. EXEMPTIONS/ CONCESSIONS RULES APPLICABLE FOR BOTH CLASS X & XII


BOARD EXAM

S.No. Concessions Illustration


1. Issuing The medical certificate issued by the following
Authority of agencies/organizations will be considered for granting
Medical concessions to Disabled candidates:
Certificate i) Disability Certificate(s) issued by Government hospitals
controlled by either the Central or State Governments
from the Chief Medical Officer/Civil Surgeon /Medical
Superintendent.
ii) Disability Certificate(s) issued by Recognized institutes
of national level viz National Association for the Blind,
Spastic Society of India etc; and
iii) Disability Certificate(s) issued by Non-governmental
Organizations/practitioners registered with
Rehabilitation Council of India/Central
Government/State Government of the Respective State.
iv) The disability certificate issued by the competent
authority at any place shall be accepted.
v) The proforma of the certificate regarding physical
limitation for an examinee to write is annexed at
Annexure-I.
2. Facility of i) Candidates with disabilities as defined in The
Scribe and Rights of Persons With Disabilities Act 2016 are
compensatory permitted to use a Scribe or allowed
time Compensatory time as given below or both :
For paper of 3 hours duration 60 minutes
For paper of 2½ hours duration 50 minutes
For paper of 2 hours duration 40 minutes
For paper of 1½ hours duration 30 minutes
ii) For Categories of disabilities for which
scribe/reader/writer/adult prompter is permissible
please refer to the Annexure-III
3. Appointment of i) The candidate shall have the discretion of opting
Scribe and for his own scribe/reader or request the
related examination centre for the same.
instructions* ii) In case Scribe/ Reader is provided by
Examination Centre, the qualification of Scribe
should not be more than the minimum
Qualification criteria of the examination.
iii) In case the candidate is allowed to bring his
own scribe, the qualification of the scribe
should be one step below the qualification of
the candidate taking examination. The person
with benchmark disabilities opting for own
Scribe/Reader should submit the detail of the
own scribe/Reader should submit the details of
own scribe as per performa at appendix-II.
iv) Candidate shall also have the option of meeting the
scribe two days before the examination.
v) Candidates will be allowed to change of the
Scribe/Reader in case of emergency. The
candidate shall also be allowed to take more than
one scribe/reader for writing different papers
specially for languages. However, there can be
only one scribe per subject.
vi) Centre Superintendent of the examination centre
concerned shall forward to the concerned Regional
Officer of the Board, a report giving full particulars
of the candidate and of the scribe.
vii) Suitable room shall be arranged for the candidate
for whom a scribe is allowed and a separate
Assistant Superintendent shall be appointed by the
Centre Superintendent to supervise his/her
examination.
viii) Services of Scribe shall be provided free of cost
ix) The Scribe shall be paid remuneration by the
Centre Superintendent as per norms of CBSE.
4. Other General i) To facilitate easy access, a few selected
instructions/ schools are made examination centers for
facilities special students.
ii) Teachers from schools for visually impaired
are appointed as Assistant Superintendent(s)
(Invigilators) at the special examination
centers for visually handicapped. However,
precaution is taken to appoint different subject
teachers on different days.
iii) Answer books of disabled candidates are sent
separately by the Centre Superintendents
iv) A separate column is provided on the title
page of the answer book for indicating the
category of disability.
v) Use of calculator is not permitted in any of the
examinations conducted by the Board
vi) Portable video magnifier is also allowed to
Visually Impaired candidate.
vii) For Categories of disabilities for which
Computer is permissible please refer to the
Annexure-III.
viii) Computer will be allowed as per the actual
need and skills of the students with disabilities
duly supported by certificate issued by
registered medical practitioners / qualified
psychological consultants recommending use
of Computer facility for writing the
examination citing the ground on which
recommendation for use of computer has
been made. Such permission shall be subject
to the followings:-

(a) Use of computer shall be limited to only for


typing answers, for viewing the questions
in the enlarged font size, for listening the
question items. Concerned candidate shall
bring his / her own computer or laptop duly
formatted and the Centre Superintendent
shall allow such candidate after an
inspection by the Computer teacher and
the same teacher may do the monitoring
of the use of the computer. Centre
Superintendent may compensate for the
loss of time if any and record the same.
(b) The computer / laptop brought by the
candidate will not have any internet
connection so as to maintain the sanctity
of the examination.
(c) The candidate shall use the computer /
laptop for the purpose for which
permission has been taken.
(d) Such requests along with specific
recommendation by the competent
medical authority / qualified psychological
consultants, shall be sent to the
concerned CBSE Regional Office.
(e) Responsibility for use of computer shall lie
on the candidate and Board shall not be
liable for any consequences arising out of
any mis-happening on account of use of
computer.

ix) Provision of Reader to read the question


paper in case student with disability does not
want scribe facility, will be allowed but the
Role of Such Person will Be Limited To
Reading of Question Paper. Request for
such permission will be made by the
candidate through principal with specific
recommendation by the registered medical
practitioners / authorized psychologist. Such
cases will be referred to the CBSE RO by the
school principal and permission will be
accorded on case to case basis based on
merit. Such candidates will not be allowed
to use scribe facility.
x) For Categories of disabilities for which
relaxation in attendance is permissible please
refer to the Annexure - III. Relaxation in
attendance upto 50% may be considered for
candidates with disability who are unable to
attend the school for prescribed days. Such
recommendations with attendance details
must come from the Principal of the school of
the candidate alongwith supporting certificate
from the registered medical practitioners /
authorized psychologist.
5. Fee Registration and Examination fee (IX,X,XI,XII)
will not be charged from visually impaired
candidates as referred to in the Annexure-III.
B. SPECIFIC EXEMPTIONS/CONCESSIONS

I. CLASS X

S. No. Subject Exemptions/Concessions

1. Exemption from Candidates with disabilities as defined in The Rights of


third language Persons with Disabilities Act 2016 will be exempted from third
language.

2. Flexibility in (a) Candidates with disabilities as defined in The Rights of


choosing Persons with Disabilities Act 2016 have the option of
subjects studying one compulsory language as against two. This
language should be in consonance with the overall spirit of
the Three Language Formula prescribed by the Board.
Besides one language any four from amongst the following
groups can be offered:

Group 1
Mathematics, Science, Social Science, another language, Music,
Painting, Home Science, Elements of Business, Elements of Book
Keeping and Accountancy, Computer Applications

Group 2

Skill Subjects for Regular Candidates Only (except Automobile


Technology):

Retail, Information Technology, Security, Introduction to Financial


Markets, Introduction to Tourism, Beauty & Wellness, Agriculture,
Food Production, Front Office Operations, Banking & Insurance,
Marketing & Sales, Health Care Services, Apparel, Media, Multi
Skill Foundation Course
Note: Information Technology from Group 2 cannot be offered if
subject – “Computer Applications” from Group 1 is opted.

(b) Bonafide residents of Delhi appearing as Private candidate


as per provisions of Examination Byelaws cannot take
subjects having Practical Component at Secondary level.
However, candidates with disabilities as defined in the
Examination Bye-laws have the option of taking up Music,
Painting, Home Science as the subjects of study.
(c) Physio-therapic exercises are considered as equivalent
to Health and Physical Education course of the Board.

3. Alternate i) Alternative type questions are provided in lieu of questions


questions/ having visual inputs for disabled candidates in the subjects
Separate of English Communicative and Social Science.
Question ii) Separate question papers with enlarged font size are
provided in the subjects of Mathematics and Science.
Note: For Categories of disabilities for which alternate
question paper/enlarged font size question paper is
permissible please refer to the Annexure
II. CLASS XII

S.No. Subject Exemptions/Concessions

1. Flexibility in Bonafide residents of Delhi appearing as Private candidate as per


Choosing provisions of Examination Byelaws cannot take subjects having
subjects. Practical Component. However, candidates with disabilities as
defined in the Examination Bye-laws have the option of taking
Music, Painting, Home Science as the subjects of study.
2. Separate (a) Disabled candidates are given separate question papers
question containing Multiple choice questions based on Practical
paper and component in lieu of practicals in the subjects of Physics,
questions in Chemistry and Biology
lieu of (b) Question papers administered in the subjects of Physics,
practical Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology are without any visual
component input
(c) Alternative type questions are provided in lieu of questions
having visual inputs in the subjects of History, Geography
and Economics

Note: For Categories of disabilities for which separate question


paper is permissible please refer to the Annexure-III

Students studying in schools affiliated to the Board and desirous of availing the
exemptions/concessions should approach the concerned Regional Office of CBSE
through the Head of their Institution preferably while in Class IX and/or XI. The
request should be supported by relevant medical certificate and recommendation
from the Head of the School/Institution. Only those students would be considered for
grant of exemption/concession in whose respect relevant category has been entered
during registration in Class IX and/or XI.

Advisory to schools as per the Guidelines of Inclusive Education of Children


with Disabilities (IECD):

a. Ensure that no child with special needs is denied admission in Mainstream


Education
b. Monitor enrolment of disabled children in schools
c. Schools to provide support through assistive devices and the availability of
trained teachers
d. Modify the existing physical infrastructure and teaching methodologies to meet
the needs of all children including Children with Special Needs
e. Ensure that the school premises are made disabled friendly by 2020 and all
educational institutions including hostels, libraries, laboratories and buildings
have barrier free access for the disabled
f. Ensure availability of Study material for the disabled and Talking Text Books,
Reading Machines and computers with speech software
g. Ensure adequate number of sign language interpreters, transcription services
and a loop induction system for the students with Speech Language disability
h. Revisit classroom organization required for the education of Children With
Special Needs
i. Ensure regular in-service training of teachers in inclusive education at the
elementary and secondary level.

CBSE has 10 Regional Offices which deal with matters of different states.
Contact number, jurisdiction and address of Regional Offices is available on the
website of CBSE i.e. www.cbse.nic.in. CBSE has also a Helpline 1800-11-8002
which is functional on all working days from 9 AM -5.30 PM.

CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE FOR AVAILING EXEMPTIONS

STEP I: Parents should go through the consolidated instructions issued by CBSE.

STEP II: Parents get the child examined by the Competent Medical Authority and
obtain requisite Medical Certificate of Disability.

STEP III: For availing any exemption, parents will have to make a request to school
along with copy of certificate of disability. The draft application is annexed
at Annexure-IV. School will acknowledge the request made by the
candidate.

STEP IV: School will forward the request to concerned Regional Office of the Board
within 07 days of its receipt alongwith specific recommendation. In case of
rejection by the school, the same should also be sent to Board along with
reasons of such rejection.

STEP V: Regional Office will examine the request in accordance with the rules of the
Board. In case of rejection, reasons for the same will be intimated.

STEP VI: The last date for seeking applicable exemptions will be same as that of last
date for submission of list of candidates.
ANNEXURE-I

CERTIFICATE REGARDING PHYSICAL LIMITATION IN AN EXAMINEE TO


WRITE

(SUGGESTIVE)

This is to certify that, I have examined Mr/Ms/Mrs ________________________

(name of the candidate with disability), a person with _____________________

(nature and percentage of disability as mentioned in the certificate of

disability) S/o/D/o _______________________ a student of

________________________________(School name & address) and to state that

he/she has physical limitation which hampers his/her writing capabilities owing to

his/her disability.

Signature

Chief Medical Officer/Civil Surgeon/Medical Superintendent of a


Government health care institution

Name & Designation.

Name of Government Hospital/Health Care Centre with Seal

Place:

Date:

Note:

Certificate of disability should be given by a specialist of the relevant stream/disability

(eg. Visual impairment – Ophthalmologist, Locomotor disability – Prthopaedic

specialist/PMR).
ANNEXURE -II

LETTER OF UNDERTAKING FOR USING OWN SCRIBE

I ___________________________________, a student of

___________________________(name of the school),

S/o_______________________ bearing Roll No. ______________________ at

________________________________(name fo the centre) My qualification is

_______________________.

I do hereby state that ____________________________(name of the scribe)

will provide the service of scribe/reader for the undersigned for taking the aforesaid

examination.

I do hereby undertake that his qualficaiton is ___________________. In

case, subsequently it is found that his qualification is not as declared by the

undersigned and is beyound my qualification, I shall forfeit my right and claims

relating to this examination.

(Signature of the candidate with Disability)

Place:

Date:
1.
Disability-wise Exemptions to

Acid
Disabled students in Board’s

Victims
persons
Examinations

Muscular
Disability

Dwarfism

Dystrophy
Locomotor

Cerebral palsy
Leprosy cured

Attack
Flexibility In choosing subjects

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes
PHYSICAL DISABILITY

Relaxation of attendance (on request)

Yes

Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes

Yes
Exemption in studying second language

Yes

Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes

Yes
5
Examination through computers

Yes

Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes

Yes
Scribe and compensatory time in
6

Yes

Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes

Yes
case of hand dysfunction

Examination room on ground floor


7

Yes

Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes

Yes
In the subjects where practical are
involved, theory paper of the same
8
TABULAR SUMMARY OF EXEMPTIONS

Yes
Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes

Yes
marks can be provided as happens in
case of visual impairment.

Permitting assistive devices during


9

--
Yes

Yes
Yes
Yes

Yes

exam (with doctor’s advice)


10

Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes

Yes

Yes

Options of skill based subjects

Waiving off registration fees for IX/X &


--
--

--
--

--

--
11

XI/XII Examinations

Question Paper in large font


--
--

--
--

--

--
12
Annexure - III
2.

1
Disability-wise Exemptions to Disabled
students in Board’s Examinations

Blindness

Low Vision
Flexibility In choosing subjects

Yes
Yes
Relaxation of attendance (on request)
VISUAL IMPAIRMENT

Yes
Yes
Exemption in studying second language

Yes
Yes
5
Examination through computers

Yes
Yes
Scribe and compensatory time

Yes
Yes
Examination room on ground floor
7

Yes
Yes

In the subjects where practical are involved, theory


8

Yes
Yes

paper of the same marks can be provided as happens


in case of visual impairment.
Permitting assistive devices during exam
9

(with doctor’s advice)


Yes
Yes

Options of skill based subjects


10

Yes
Yes

Waiving off registration fees for IX/X & XI/XII


Examinations
11

Yes
Yes

Question Paper in large font


_
12

Yes
3.

1
Disability-wise Exemptions to Disabled
students in Board’s Examinations

Speech

Disability
Language
Flexibility In choosing subjects

Yes
Relaxation of attendance (on request)

Yes
Exemption in studying second language
SPEECH LANGUAGE DISABILITY

Yes
_
5
Examination through computers

Scribe/Reader and compensatory time

Yes
Examination room on ground floor
7

Yes

In the subjects where practical are involved, theory


8

paper of the same marks can be provided as happens


--

in case of visual impairment.

Permitting assistive devices during exam


9

(with doctor’s advice)


Yes

Options of skill based subjects


10

Yes

Waiving off registration fees for IX/X & XI/XII


Examinations
--
11

Question Paper in large font


--
12
4.

1
Disability-wise Exemptions to Disabled students in
Board’s Examinations

Autism
Specific

disorder
Learning

spectrum
Disabilities
Flexibility In choosing subjects

2
Yes

Yes
Relaxation of attendance (on request)
INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY

3
Yes

Yes
Exemption in studying second language

4
Yes

Yes
Examination through computers

_
_
5
6 Reader / adult prompter*/Scribe and compensatory time

Yes

*Yes
Examination room on ground floor
7

Yes
Yes

In the subjects where practical are involved, theory paper of


8

the same marks can be provided as happens in case of


--
--

visual impairment.

Permitting assistive devices during exam


9

(with doctor’s advice)


--
--
10

Yes
Yes

Options of skill based subjects

Waiving off registration fees for IX/X & XI/XII Examinations


--
--
11

Question Paper in large font


--
--
12
5.

1
Disability-wise Exemptions to
Disabled students in Board’s

disorder

Multiple
Examinations

Disabilities
neurological
Mental Behavior

conditions-Blood
due to - Chronic
Disability caused
Flexibility In choosing subjects

Yes
Yes
Yes
Relaxation of attendance if request is

3
Yes

Yes
Yes
made

Exemption in studying second

Yes
Yes
Yes
language

5
Examination through computers

Yes
Yes
Yes

Reader / adult prompter/Scribe and


6

compensatory time
Yes

Yes
Yes

Examination room on ground floor


7
Yes

Yes
Yes
MENTAL BEHAVIOR, NEUROLOGICAL/BLOOD DISORDER, MULTIPLE DISABILITIES

In the subjects where practical are


8

involved, theory paper of the same


---
---
---

marks can be provided as happens in


case of visual impairment.
Permitting assistive devices during
9

exam (with doctor’s advice)


---
---
---

Options of skill based subjects


10

Yes
Yes
Yes

Waiving off registration fees for IX/X


& XI/XII Examinations
---
---
---
11

Question Paper in large font


---
---
---
12
ANNEXURE -IV

Principal
(Write School Name & Address here)
_____________________
_____________________
_____________________

Sub: Availing exemption as provided for Disabled students under the Right to Persons with
Disabilities Act 2016.

Sir/Madam,

My ward with following credentials is student of your school:-

1. Name:
2. Admission No.
3. Class: Section:
4. Nature of Disablility:

It is requested that following exemption(s) may be granted to my ward:-

a.
b.

The details of Scribe opted by me is as under:-

Date:

(Signature of Parent)
Name:
Email ID:
Contact No.
Address:
Enclosure:

Medical Certificate
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CBSE/COORD/112233/2016 24th January, 2017

CIRCULAR

Reg: Revised Instructions on Exemptions/Concessions being extended to Differently


Abled Candidates for Class X & XII Examinations conducted by the CBSE and
Standard Operating Procedure.

Board is extending several exemptions/concessions to Spastic, Visually impaired,


Physically Handicapped, Dyslexic, Autistic and candidates with disabilities as defined in
PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT 1995 which have been circulated to the schools and
also hosted on the website of the Board, from time to time.

Subsequent to notification of THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES


ACT 2016 on 28th Dec, 2016 there is need to extend the facilities to candidates with specified
21 disabilities as listed in the schedule of the said notification.

All such revised instructions/exemptions/concessions, in a consolidated form, are


enclosed at Annexure –I for the convenience of all stakeholders. Standard Operating
Procedure for schools and Regional Offices of CBSE has also been prescribed as Annexure-
II. Application format for students/wards to avail the exemptions has also been attached at
Annexure III.

(K. K. Choudhury)
CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS

Page 1 of 7
Annexure-I

Instructions/Exemptions/concessionsextended by the Boardduring Secondary (Class


X)& Senior School Certificate(Class XII) Examinations for Differently Abled Candidates

A. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS/CONCESSIONS(APPLICABLE FOR CLASS X & XII)

Sl.No. Subject Instructions/ Concessions


1. Medical The medical certificate issued by the following
Certificate agencies/organizations will be considered for granting
concessions to Differently abled candidates:

i) Disability Certificate(s) issued by Government hospitals


controlled by either the Central or State Governments;
ii) Disability Certificate(s) issued by Recognized institutes of
national level viz National Association for the Blind, Spastic
Society of India etc; and
iii) Disability Certificate(s) issued by Non-governmental
Organizations/practitioners registered with Rehabilitation
Council of India/Central Government/State Government of
the Respective State.
2. Scribe and i) Spastic, Visually Impaired, Physically Handicapped,
compensatory Dyslexic, Autistic and candidates with disabilities as
time defined in THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT 2016 are permitted to use a
Scribe or allowed Compensatory time as given below
or both :

For paper of 3 hours duration 60 minutes


For paper of 2½ hours duration 50 minutes
For paper of 2 hours duration 40 minutes
For paper of 1½ hours duration 30 minutes

ii) Autistic candidate is permitted to use the services of a


scribe or an Adult prompter.
3. Appointment of i) A person to be appointed as scribe should not have
Scribe and obtained his/her qualifications in the same subject (s)
related in which the candidate shall be appearing for the
instructions examination
ii) candidate shall have the discretion of opting for his
own scribe and shall have the flexibility in
accommodating change in scribe in case of
emergency.
iii) Candidate shall also have the option of meeting the
scribe a day before the examination.
iv) Centre Superintendent of the examination centre
concerned shall forward to the concerned Regional
Officer of the Board, a report giving full particulars of

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the candidate and of the scribe.
v) Suitable room shall be arranged for the candidate for
whom a scribe is allowed and aseparate Assistant
Superintendent shall be appointed by the Centre
Superintendent to supervise his/her examination.
vi) Services of Scribe shall be provided free of cost
vii) The Scribe shall be paid by the Board remuneration
as prescribed from time to time.
4. Other General i) To facilitate easy access, a few selected schools are
instructions/ made examination centers for special students.
facilities ii) Teachers from schools for visually impaired are
appointed as Assistant Superintendent(s)
(Invigilators) at the special examination centers.
However, precaution is taken to appoint different
subject teachers on different days.
iii) Answer books of differently abled candidates are sent
separately by the Centre Superintendents
iv) A separate column is provided on the title page of the
answer book for indicating the category of differently
abled candidates.
v) Visually Impaired candidates are permitted use of
screen reading software (like JAWS- Job Access with
Speech) with prior approval of the Board. They also
have the facility of using a computer or a typewriter
for writing answers.
vi) Use of calculator is not permitted in any of the
examinations conducted by the Board

5. CGPA CGPA in respect Candidates with disabilities as defined in


Calculation THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
2016 be calculated out of 5 subjects only, even if offering a
NSQF subject under Compulsory group.
6. Fee Registration and Examination fee (IX, X, XI, XII) will not be
charged from Visually Impaired students.

B. SPECIFIC EXEMPTIONS/CONCESSIONS

I. CLASS X

S. No. Subject Exemptions/Concessions


1. Exemption from Exemption from examination in the third language from
third language Classes VI to VIII is granted to
 Visually impaired candidates
 Candidates suffering from speech / hearing defects
 Dyslexic candidates
 Candidates with disabilities as defined in THE RIGHTS
OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT 2016.
2. Flexibility in i) “Candidates with visual and hearing impairment,
choosing Spastic, Dyslexic, Autistic and candidates with
subjects disabilities as defined in THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT 2016 have the option of
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studying one compulsory language as against two. This
language should be in consonance with the overall
spirit of the Three Language Formula prescribed by the
Board. Besides one language any four of the following
subjects be offered”.

Mathematics, Science, Social Science, another


language, Music, Painting, Home Science, Foundation
of Information Technology, Commerce(Elements of
Business), Commerce(Elements of Book Keeping and
Accountancy),E-Publishing and E-Office(English),E-
Publishing and E-Office(Hindi), Information and
Communication Technology(ICT-166), any one out
of Retail (NSQF) and Information Technology
(NSQF)

ii) Bonafide residents of Delhi appearing as Private candidate


as per provisions of Examination Byelaws cannot take
subjects having Practical Component at Secondary level.
However, candidates with disabilities as defined in the
Examination Bye-laws have the option of taking up Music,
Painting, Home Science as the subjects of study.
iii) Physio-therapic exercises are considered as equivalent
to Physical and Health Education course of the Board.
3. Alternate i) Alternative type questions are provided in lieu of questions
questions/Separ having visual inputs for Visually Impaired candidates in the
ate Question subjects of English Communicative and Social Science.
Paper
ii) Separate question papers in enlarged print are provided in
the subjects of Mathematics and Science.

II. CLASS XII

S.No. Subject Exemptions/Concessions


1. Flexibility in Bonafide residents of Delhi appearing as Private candidate as per
Choosing subjects. provisions of Examination Byelaws cannot take subjects having
Practical Component. However, candidates with disabilities as
defined in the Examination Bye-laws have the option of taking
Music, Painting, Home Science as the subjects of study.
2. Separate question Visually Impaired candidates are -
paper and i) given separate question papers containing Multiple choice
questions in lieu of questions based on Practical component in lieu of
practical practicals in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and
component Biology
ii) Question papers administered in the subjects of Physics,
Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology are without any
visual input
iii) Alternative type questions are provided in lieu of questions
having visual inputs in the subjects of History, Geography
and Economics

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Students studying in schools affiliated to the Board and desirous of availing the
exemptions/concessions should approach the concerned Regional Office of CBSE through
the Head of their Institution preferably while in Class IX and/or XI. The request should be
supported by relevant medical certificate and recommendation from the Head of the
School/Institution. Only those students would be considered for grant of
exemption/concession in whose respect relevant category has been entered during
registration in Class IX and/or XI.

C. Advisory to schools as per the Guidelines of Inclusive Education of Children


with Disabilities (IECD):

a. to ensure that no child with special needs is denied admission in Mainstream Education
b. to monitor enrolment of disabled children in schools
c. Schools to provide support through assistive devices and the availability of trained teachers
d. to modify the existing physical infrastructure and teaching methodologies to meet the needs of
all children including Children with Special Needs
e. to ensure that they are made disabled friendly by 2020 and all educational institutions
including hostels, libraries, laboratories and buildings have barrier free access for the disabled
f. to ensure availability of Study material for the disabled and Talking Text Books, Reading
Machines and computers with speech software
g. to ensure adequate number of sign language interpreters, transcription services and a loop
induction system for the hearing handicapped students
h. to revisit classroom organization required for the education of Children with Special Needs
i. to ensure regular in-service training of teachers in inclusive education at the elementary and
secondary level.

CBSE has 10 Regional Offices which deal with matters of different states. Contact
number, jurisdiction and address of Regional Offices is available on the website of CBSE.
CBSE has also a Helpline 1800-11-8002 which is functional on all working days from 9 AM -
7PM.

CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS

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Annexure-II

Standard Operating Procedure for availing Exemptions

STEP I: Parents go through the revised consolidated instructions (enclosed as Annexure -I)
issued by CBSE.

STEP II: Parents get the child examined from authorised agencies/organizations and obtain
requisite Medical Certificate of Disability.

STEP III: For availing any exemption parents will make a request to school alongwith copy
of certificate of disability. School will acknowledge the request. (Format enclosed
as Annexure III)

STEP IV: School will forward the application to Regional Office of the Board within 07 days
of receipt. In case of rejection by the school; the same should also be sent to
Board along with reasons of such rejection.

STEP V:Regional Office will issue letter conveying approval of the exemptions within 15
days with a copy to, parents. In case of rejection the reasons for the same will be
reflected in the letter. If any additional document is required by the Regional Office
the same should be called from the school immediately.

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Annexure-III

To,
Principal
(Write School Name & Address here)
_____________________
_____________________
_____________________

Sub: Availing exemption as provided for Differently abled/PWD students under the
Right to Persons with Disabilities Act 2016.

Sir/Madam,

My ward with following credentials is student of your school:-

1. Name:
2. Admission No.
3. Class: Section:
4. Nature of Disablility:

It is requested that following exemption may be granted to my ward:-

a.
b.
c.

Date:

(Signature of Parent)
Name:
Email ID:
Contact No.
Address:
Enclosure:

(i) Medical Certificate


(ii) Qualification proof of Scribe(if sought)

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List of Disabilities as detailed in THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, 2016

SEC . 1] THE GAZETTE OF INDIA EXTRAORDINARY 33

THE SCHEDULE
[See clause (zc) of section 2]
SPECIFIED DISABILITY

1. Physical disability.—
A. Locomotor disability (a person's inability to execute distinctive activities
associated with movement of self and objects resulting from affliction of musculoskeletal
or nervous system or both), including—
(a) "leprosy cured person" means a person who has been cured of leprosy
but is suffering from—
(i) loss of sensation in hands or feet as well as loss of sensation and
paresis in the eye and eye-lid but with no manifest deformity;
(ii) manifest deformity and paresis but having sufficient mobility in
their hands and feet to enable them to engage in normal economic activity;
(iii) extreme physical deformity as well as advanced age which
prevents him/her from undertaking any gainful occupation, and the
expression "leprosy cured" shall construed accordingly;
(b) "cerebral palsy" means a Group of non-progressive neurological
condition affecting body movements and muscle coordination, caused by damage
to one or more specific areas of the brain, usually occurring before, during or
shortly after birth;
(c) "dwarfism" means a medical or genetic condition resulting in an adult
height of 4 feet 10 inches (147 centimeters) or less;
(d) "muscular dystrophy" means a group of hereditary genetic muscle
disease that weakens the muscles that move the human body and persons with
multiple dystrophy have incorrect and missing information in their genes, which
prevents them from making the proteins they need for healthy muscles. It is
characterised by progressive skeletal muscle weakness, defects in muscle
proteins, and the death of muscle cells and tissue;
(e) "acid attack victims" means a person disfigured due to violent assaults
by throwing of acid or similar corrosive substance.
B. Visual impairment—
(a) "blindness" means a condition where a person has any of the following
conditions, after best correction—
(i) total absence of sight; or
(ii) visual acuity less than 3/60 or less than 10/200 (Snellen) in the
better eye with best possible correction; or
(iii) limitation of the field of vision subtending an angle of less than
10 degree.
(b) "low-vision" means a condition where a person has any of the following
conditons, namely:—
(i) visual acuity not exceeding 6/18 or less than 20/60 upto 3/60 or
upto 10/200 (Snellen) in the better eye with best possible corrections; or
34 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA EXTRAORDINARY [P ART II—

(ii) limitation of the field of vision subtending an angle of less than


40 degree up to 10 degree.
C. Hearing impairment—
(a) "deaf" means persons having 70 DB hearing loss in speech frequencies
in both ears;
(b) "hard of hearing" means person having 60 DB to 70 DB hearing loss in
speech frequencies in both ears;
D. "speech and language disability" means a permanent disability arising out of
conditions such as laryngectomy or aphasia affecting one or more components of
speech and language due to organic or neurological causes.
2. Intellectual disability, a condition characterised by significant limitation both in
intellectual functioning (rasoning, learning, problem solving) and in adaptive behaviour
which covers a range of every day, social and practical skills, including—
(a) "specific learning disabilities" means a heterogeneous group of conditions
wherein there is a deficit in processing language, spoken or written, that may manifest
itself as a difficulty to comprehend, speak, read, write, spell, or to do mathematical
calculations and includes such conditions as perceptual disabilities, dyslexia,
dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia and developmental aphasia;
(b) "autism spectrum disorder" means a neuro-developmental condition typically
appearing in the first three years of life that significantly affects a person's ability to
communicate, understand relationships and relate to others, and is frequently associated
with unusal or stereotypical rituals or behaviours.
3. Mental behaviour,—
"mental illness" means a substantial disorder of thinking, mood, perception,
orientation or memory that grossly impairs judgment, behaviour, capacity to recognise
reality or ability to meet the ordinary demands of life, but does not include retardation
which is a conditon of arrested or incomplete development of mind of a person, specially
characterised by subnormality of intelligence.
4. Disability caused due to—
(a) chronic neurological conditions, such as—
(i) "multiple sclerosis" means an inflammatory, nervous system disease in
which the myelin sheaths around the axons of nerve cells of the brain and spinal
cord are damaged, leading to demyelination and affecting the ability of nerve
cells in the brain and spinal cord to communicate with each other;
(ii) "parkinson's disease" means a progressive disease of the nervous
system marked by tremor, muscular rigidity, and slow, imprecise movement, chiefly
affecting middle-aged and elderly people associated with degeneration of the
basal ganglia of the brain and a deficiency of the neurotransmitter dopamine.
(b) Blood disorder—
(i) "haemophilia" means an inheritable disease, usually affecting only
male but transmitted by women to their male children, characterised by loss or
impairment of the normal clotting ability of blood so that a minor would may
result in fatal bleeding;
(ii) "thalassemia" means a group of inherited disorders characterised by
reduced or absent amounts of haemoglobin.
(iii) "sickle cell disease" means a hemolytic disorder characterised by
chronic anemia, painful events, and various complications due to associated
SEC . 1] THE GAZETTE OF INDIA EXTRAORDINARY 35

tissue and organ damage; "hemolytic" refers to the destruction of the cell
membrane of red blood cells resulting in the release of hemoglobin.
5. Multiple Disabilities (more than one of the above specified disabilities) including
deaf blindness which means a condition in which a person may have combination of
hearing and visual impairments causing severe communication, developmental, and
educational problems.
6. Any other category as may be notified by the Central Government.

————

DR. G. NARAYANA RAJU,


Secretary to the Govt. of India.

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