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CBSE 10th Registration 2021

CBSE 10th Registration Form 2021

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) exams scheduled stands cancelled due to the rise in fresh COVID-19 cases. The exam registration procedure for class 10th private students for the 2020-2021 academic session started in October 2020. Earlier, the registration link became active on 24th October 2020, and the last date for registration was 21st November 2020 with additional late fees as prescribed by the board. However, as per the latest notification, CBSE has decided to extend the application date for the left-out private candidates who previously failed to submit the form.

The link to fill out the form was available from 22nd February 2021 to 25th February 2021 up to 5 PM. Given below is the official statement made by CBSE. Candidates in previous years were unable to submit the form for examination 2021. As a result, CBSE has extended the dates to fill out the form.

CBSE 10th Registration 2021 - Highlights

Private candidates had to register for the board examination by visiting the official website, where the direct link to the registration portal was available in the following section. CBSE does not provide any offline forms for registration for private candidates, and therefore, students can only register through online mode. The registration process should always be completed within the allotted time, beyond which candidates must pay an additional amount as a late registration fee.

Conducting authority

Central Board of Secondary Education

Registration start date 

24th October 2020

Extended registration date

 22nd February 2021 to 25th February 2021

Exam status

Cancelled

Website

cbse.nic.in

CBSE 10th Registration 2020-2021 Details

CBSE has released a whole document titled “framework and significant guidelines in the context of the secondary and the senior school certificate examinations - 2020-21,” pitching out the procedures for all activities regarding the upcoming academic year for the schools, students, and parents to note. Please find below the direct link to the 2020-2021 academic framework PDF.

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CBSE 10th Registration Details

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CBSE has increased the registration fee for classes 10th and 12th. The board has increased fees for different categories. As per the latest announcement, the "general category" candidates had to pay Rs 1500/- whereas "ST/SC" candidates needed to pay Rs 1200/- for five subjects. The fee is applicable for both the 10th and 12th. General category candidates also paid Rs 300/- for additional subjects instead of Rs 150/- earlier.

Details Required for CBSE 10th Board Registration Form 2021

Candidates should provide the following details while registering for CBSE class 10th board exam 2021:

  • Name of the candidate
  • Date of birth
  • Father's name
  • Mother's name
  • Gender
  • Caste category
  • Email Id of the candidate
  • Address
  • Photo
  • Signature
  • Mobile number of the candidate

Registration Fee for 2020-2021:

CBSE Registration Fee Class 10th
CBSE Registration Fee For India (Rs) For Outside India (Rs) Date of Submission
No Late Fees

1500/- (For 5 Subjects)

300/- (Per Extra Subject)

10000/-

2000/- (Per Extra Subject)

20th February 2021

 

Practical Fees 150/- (Per Project Work) 350/- (Per Project Work) -
Late Fees 2000/- (In Addition to Normal Fees) 2000/- (In Addition to Normal Fees) -

Procedure to Register for CBSE 10th Registration 2021 (Private Candidates)

Step-by-step procedure for the candidates to register for the board exam 2021: 

Step 1: Visit CBSE's official site – cbse.nic.in and click on the "Click for CBSE website" option.

Step 2: From the tab on the left side of the page, select the type of examination.

Options will be shown as "Compartment", "Improvement", "Failure" or "Additional Subject".

Step 3: Enter the board examination number where you need to enter the five-digit "School Number" along with the "Center Number" and select your standard as 10th.

Step 4: Proceed and pay the examination fees.

Step 5: Check the particulars filled in the form and then click on the "Submit" button.

Step 6: Take the printout of the submitted form for further reference.

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