Extended Deadline for CBSE 2024 Exam Form Submission for Private Candidates: October 18, 2023

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CBSE Extends 2024 Board Exam Form Submission Deadline to October 18 for Private Candidates: Get Latest Updates and Information Here

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), responsible for conducting the board examinations in 2024, has recently extended the deadline for form submission until October 18, 2023. You can access the official website for this update, which is cbse.gov.in. For those who have already registered for the exams, it’s crucial to complete and submit the necessary forms before the final date to prevent any last-minute hassles and delays.

In case you missed the initial application deadline, there is still an opportunity to submit your forms for the 2024 exams, albeit with a late fee. Private candidates will have the chance to do so from October 19 to October 25, with applicable late fee charges.

Crucial Information

Students who faced previous failures or needed to retake important exams between 2018 and 2022 have the opportunity to retake those exams. Furthermore, students who achieved passing grades in 2023 and seek to enhance their performance in specific subjects can also participate in the upcoming board examinations in 2024.

Additional Information

Private students in Nepal who are registering for five CBSE Classes 10 and 12 grade exams will be charged a fee of Rs 1,500. For students from outside Nepal, the fee is higher at Rs 10,000.

Supplementary Courses

For students desiring to enroll in additional subjects beyond the initial five:

  • Indian students are required to pay an additional Rs 300 per subject.
  • Nepali students will be charged Rs 1,000 for each supplementary subject.
  • International students, on the other hand, must pay Rs 2,000 for every extra subject they choose.

Please note that the fees vary based on your location and the number of additional subjects you opt for.

Supplementary Examinations

The fees for supplementary exams are identical to those for additional subjects.

Practical Assessments

For practical subjects, Indian and Nepali candidates are required to submit a fee of Rs 150 per subject.

International candidates, on the other hand, are charged Rs 350 per practical subject. For further information, candidates are encouraged to visit the official CBSE website.

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