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CBSE waives fees for students in grades 10 to 12 who have lost a parent in Kovid

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to waive the examination fee and registration fee for students who lost their parents due to Kovid-19 epidemic. This provision has been introduced as a special measure for the academic year 2021-22. The CBSE stated in its official notification, “CBSE has decided that a special measure for the academic session 2021-22 will not be charged by the board for missing or surviving or law enforcement / adoptive students.

Schools should submit details of such candidates
CBSE has directed schools to provide details of such students when submitting a list of candidates (LOCs). Since the Central Board has decided to split the period in two, the first tests will be held in November-December. In such a situation, the board has instructed all schools and principals to submit the LOC by September 30.

The application fee is charged for 5 things
It is noteworthy that Indian schools have to pay Rs 1500 per candidate for 5 subjects and Rs 10000 for 5 subjects. Schools in India have to pay Rs 1200 for 5 subjects for SC / ST candidates of Delhi Government Schools, and Rs 300 for additional / optional subjects for each candidate of Indian schools. For schools outside India, a fee of Rs 2000 is charged per candidate for additional / optional subjects.

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