Rules And Regulations
1. A student who attempts to take admission in a CBSE school can get admission only if she/he has been studying in CBSE board recognized or affiliated school or has passed an equivalent qualifying examination making him/her eligible for the same.
2. A student who satisfies the age limit requirement, both minimum & maximum, as determined by the State or UT Government is eligible for admission to a CBSE school.
3. A student should produce the School Leaving Certificate/Transfer Certificate duly signed by the head of the last attended Institution at the time of admissions.
4. A student should always own the entire documents in support of him/her having passed all the equivalent qualifying examination.
5. The scheme of examination and the passing criterion for all the students for the All India Examinations is laid down by the committee of the board after frequent intervals of time.
6. The class IX examinations are conducted internally by the schools themselves. It’s from class X onwards that the students appear for the All India Examinations.
7. The external examinations are conducted at the end of class X and class XII.
8. The board prescribes its own syllabi for the All India Examinations held under the board.
9. The board formulates its own curriculum for the exams held throughout the year which specifies the number of papers, duration of examination and marks for each subject/paper etc.
10. The exams are conducted in theory as well as practical form, depending upon the nature of the subject(s).
11. The grades allotted in the examinations are given on the basis of child’s performance in individual subjects and the aggregate marks.