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Registrations for CBSE Class 9th and 10th in 2021-22 On the 15th of Dec

CBSE: The registration process for classes 9 and 10 for the academic year 2021–22 will commence on December 15, 2021, according to CBSE’s most recent announcement.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released an important announcement on the registration process for the academic year 2021-2022. Registration for classes 9 and 10 for the academic year 2021–22 will commence on December 15, according to the Board’s most recent announcement.

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Candidates have also been notified that a registration window for pupils would open soon on the CBSE website – cbse.gov.in. Candidates should be advised that the Board will only allow students to appear for the Class 9th and 10th Board Examinations for the academic session 2022–2023, if they have submitted their names through the online registration process indicated in the official notice.

Check the Important Guidelines for CBSE Registration

  • Sponsored students are ordinary and deserving students in their own right.
  • The names of any legitimate pupils are not left unsponsored.
  • Among the students, there are no unapproved or linked schools.
  • Students are committed to attending class on a regular basis.
  • Candidates who are not on the school’s roll may not be submitted to the Board’s examination.
  • No affiliated school shall sponsor its bona fide and eligible students in Board Class 10 and Class 12 examinations on a regular basis beginning in the year indicated, while granting affiliation/upgradation on a regular basis without interruption or written notification of the candidates’ non-sponsoring.
  • For applicant registration, classroom availability, and teacher selection, all schools must follow the CBSE’s guidelines.
  • All CBSE affiliated schools must first register before commencing the online submission procedure. As their user ID, schools must utilise their “Affiliation Number,” which they already have.

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