CBSE Improvement Exam 2021: 10th-12th Improvement- Board will issue datesheet for compartment exams today, registration process will start soon

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CBSE Improvement Exam 2021: 10th-12th Improvement- Board will issue datesheet for compartment exams today, the registration process will start soon


The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will release the date sheet for the offline exam on Tuesday, August 10. The board will release the subject wise date for the students of both class 10th and 12th. Students will be able to download the exam schedule from the official website of the board, cbse.nic.in. 


This datasheet will be issued for Improvement, Compartment, Private and Correspondence examinations.

12th result released on 30th July

CBSE had released the class 12th result on July 30. At the same time, the 10th exam result was released on 03 August. This time after the cancellation of the board exam, CBSE had released the result on the basis of objective assessment criteria. In such a situation, the candidates who are dissatisfied with the released result can appear in the offline improvement exam to be conducted by the board. The board will conduct the correction and compartment exams for class 10 and class 12 from August 16 to September 15, 2021.


Students Dissatisfied With 12th Number Will Be Able To Apply For Marks Verification From Today, Problems Of Students Will Be Solved In Four Categories

The registration window will open soon

The compartment and improvement examination will be conducted at designated centers in the country and abroad. The examinations will be conducted following the corona protocol. The board will soon open the registration window for the students. The candidates who are unhappy with their results or want to improve their performance will be able to appear in this exam.

Earlier, the board had issued a notification stating that such students who are unhappy with their marks will be able to register for marks verification till August 12. Students can take part in this four-stage process to solve their problems. At the same time, the board will have to solve all the problems by August 14.

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