New Delhi, August 21, 2023 – The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a notification to both students and affiliated schools, underscoring the importance of accurately filling out the ‘List of Candidates’ (LOC) form. The board has clearly stated that failure to correctly list all subjects in this form will lead to disqualification from participation in the 2024 CBSE Board Exams.
The board has also expressed concern over lack of alertness in the past by schools and students while filling out the details in the LOC form. In order to ensure a smooth examination process, CBSE is imposing strict regulations on the accuracy of the content of ‘List of Candidates’ (LOC) form.
Submission of data of eligible candidates through LOC for the CBSE Board Exams 2024 has already begun from August 18, 2023. Detailed information about this process has been posted on the official website – www.cbse.gov.in
Submission of LOC can be done through the e-Pariksha link available on the official website. The deadline for submitting the LOC form without incurring late fees is September 18, 2023. Grace period until September 19, 2023, is available with a late fee of ₹2000 per candidate applicable, alongside the regular fee indicated in the official notice.
Practical exam fees for Class 12 are set at ₹150 per practical subject per student for schools in India and Nepal, and ₹350 per practical subject per student for schools in other countries outside India. The applicable fee for a migration certificate is ₹350 per student. Visually impaired candidates from Class 10 and 12 are exempt from payment of exam fee.
It is important for schools to submit accurate data in order to avoid disqualification. Official notification has also directed schools to upload photographs of their students of Class 9 and 11 as a part of the registration process. This is an essential requirement before the final submission of the LOC form.
The Board has also highlighted that a separate link will be provided for the online form submission of private candidates and those seeking a second chance at compartment exams.
New schools that have recently been affiliated with CBSE must initially enter their details on the Online Affiliated Schools Information System, OASIS portal. Thereafter, they must subsequently proceed to submit the data through the Health and Physical Education Portal, HPE portal.
The Board has clarified that there will be no opportunity for subsequent corrections, highlighting the importance of entering accurate data.
CBSE Board Examination 2024 – Overview
|Start Date for CBSE Board Exam Class 10 & 12||Feb 15, 2024|
|End Date for CBSE Board Exam Class 10 & 12||April 10, 2024|
For comprehensive details and further information, interested candidates are requested to visit the official website of CBSE.
Central Board of Secondary Education Board Exam 2024 – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: What is the CBSE’s recent notification with regard to students and affiliated schools?
Ans: CBSE has issued a notification emphasising the significance of accurately completing the ‘List of Candidates’ (LOC) form for the Board Exams 2024. Failure to list all subjects correctly in this form will result in disqualification from participation in the CBSE Board exam.
Q: Why has the Central Board of Secondary Education expressed concern with regard to data submission in the LOC form?
Ans: CBSE has mentioned in its notice that it has been observed in the past that the schools and students are not sincere and careful and submit wrong data in the LOC form. To address this concern and ensure a seamless examination process, the board is enforcing strict regulations on the LOC form’s content accuracy.
Q: When will the process of ‘List of Candidates’ (LOC) submission for Board Exams 2024 begin?
Ans: The process of LOC submission has already begun from August 18, 2023 and shall remain open till September 18, 2023. Grace period is available until September 19, 2023 for submitting the LOC form with a late fine.
Q: How can the data on ‘List of Candidates’ (LOC) be submitted?
Ans: Submission of data on ‘List of Candidates’ (LOC) can be done through the dedicated e-Pariksha link available on the official website.
Q: Can schools make changes to the submitted information after the LOC form is submitted?
Ans: No, once the information on LOC is submitted, any alterations to the declared sections or student strengths is prohibited.
Q: What are the fees associated with submitting ‘List of Candidates’ (LOC) for CBSE Board Exams 2024?
Ans: A late fee of ₹2000 per candidate, in addition to the regular fee stated in the official notice, will be applicable. The practical exam fees for Class 12 are ₹150 per practical subject per student for schools in India and Nepal, and ₹350 per practical subject per student for schools located outside India. The migration certificate fee applicable per student is ₹350. Visually impaired candidates from Class 10 and 12 are exempt from payment of exam fee.
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