As of August 8, 2019-2020 meeting, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has already began registration of Class 9 and 11 learners. The enrollment method began two months in advance this year instead of in October, which was the trend in past years. CBSE has developed the registration process to streamline examination-related procedures in a time-efficient way by offering adequate time for all school and board operations.
CBSE registers internet learners in class 9th and 10th for 10th and 12th board exams. In this, the board gathers key data such as student names, parents, mixture of courses, date of birth and other significant details. It has been noted that many times learners make errors in giving up-to-right data which makes consolidating the right documents hard for the board and schools. To remove this anomaly, CBSE has chosen that it will not be permitted to update (correct) information from this moment from the hard copy of the registration. The colleges will be responsible for uploading the right information.
Some of the primary characteristics of this year’s online registration scheme are as follows:
- Current schools must update OASIS information before proceeding with student registration.
- Schools must fill in the applicant, mother, father / guardian’s complete name closely. Abbreviations should be avoided as they will create problems in the future for the students.
- The schools must conduct Class IX / XI exams internally.
- By individually entering or uploading filled in Excel file supplied by the internet registration scheme, schools can finish the registration process.
- Schools must upload their bonafide students ‘ pictures and signatures in Class IX / XI registration prior to their final submission.
- For each fee sheet, details of all learners should be presented in one lot only. Partial information submission in a fee slab will not be permitted. This means that only one student list will be accepted in each slot.
- Schools will be needed to send only the signed copy of the completed Class IX / XI Registration information to the Regional Office concerned. It is recommended that schools do not send it to CBSE, Preet Vihar, Delhi.