The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was established by the Indian Government to provide education along with organising the board exams. Every year, the Board organises the regular academic examinations for Class 10 and Class 12 in February/March/April. Apart from the main examinations, CBSE is also vested with the authority to conduct the examination for private candidates. Here, we've discussed some important information regarding the CBSE private candidate 2020 that include CBSE private candidate admit card, application form, eligibility and other important details.
CBSE Private Candidate
A private candidate of CBSE means who don't meet the eligibility criteria of regular candidates. The board will determine the private candidates based on a set of rules. Candidates are advised to check the CBSE private candidate eligibility for detailed information.
CBSE Private Candidate Eligibility
- CBSE private candidate eligibility criteria rules are described below.
- Candidates who have been declared fail in the previous year's academic examination, i.e., 2019.
Candidates who have been placed in Compartment in July 2019.
Here, we have briefly described the CBSE private candidate eligibility criteria. Candidates are advised to visit the Board's website for official notification, which described in detail about ''Compartment'', ''Improvement of Performance'' and ''Additional Subject.''
CBSE Private Candidate Form 2019
Candidates or parents need to submit the online application form to appear for the examination. The CBSE private candidate application form will be available on the official website of CBSE. The link to apply online is - http://cbse.nic.in/newsite/private/index.html. Candidates need to click on the ''Continue'' to kick-start the application process.
CBSE Private Candidate Application Fee
Candidates have to pay the prescribed application fee amount to successfully submit the application form. One should also know how to check CBSE private candidate fee status.
|Fee||In India||Outside India|
|Examination fee||Rs.1500/- for 05 subjects|
Rs.300/- per subject for one extra subject
|Rs.10000/- for 05 subjects|
Rs.2000/- per subject for one extra subject
|Examination fee without late fee for Additional/ Compartment/ Improvement|| Rs.300/- per subject|
For Additional/ Compartment/ Improvement
|Rs.2000/- per subjectFor Additional/ Compartment/ Improvement|
|Practical fee||Rs. 150/- for each Practical/Project Work Subject||Rs.350/- for each Practical/Project Work Subject|
|Late fee||Last date with late fee of Rs.2000/- per candidate (in addition to Fee prescribed)|
Note: The examination fee is exempted for visually impaired candidates. If the form is submitted after the last date, the late fee will be applicable.
CBSE Private Candidate Form 2020 Last Date
- Schedule for online submission of form - August 26 to September 30, 2019
- Late fee - October 1 to 15, 2019
CBSE Private Candidate Admit Card 2020
All the eligible candidate who has submitted the application form successfully can download their admit card from the CBSE website in February 2020. Candidates should use their login details to download the CBSE private candidate admit card.
CBSE Private Candidate Result 2020
The Board will release the CBSE private candidate result in the month of May 2020. The result will be available only on the official website of CBSE. Candidates should note that marksheet cum certificate of 2020 examination will be issued to candidates who will appear for February/March 2020 exams. It will be available after the declaration of result.
A separate marksheet cum certificate will be released for candidates appearing for Improvement of Performance or Additional Subject. However, a consolidated marksheet cum certificate will be issued candidate who will appear for 2nd chance Compartment exam.
CBSE Helpline For Private Candidate
There might be many queries regarding CBSE private candidate eligibility, last date, and late fee. Candidates can call at CBSE helpline no 1800-11-8002 on all working days from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm.