New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started from Tuesday June 12, 2018 online registration of the Class XII (Class 12th) and Class X (Class 10th) students declared as Compartment. The last date of application is June 21, 2018.
The CBSE 2018 Class 10th and Class 12th Compratment exams will be held in the month of July. A detailed time table and datesheet will be released by the CBSE very soon.
"Candidates who fail to apply before June 21 - the last date of application, can apply by paying late fee on or before June 27 (slab I) or till June 30 (slab II)", the CBSE said in an official notification.
CBSE 2018 Compartment Exam Fee Details
"Candidates who have appeared in March 2018 Examination as a Private Candidate and placed under compartment (Class XII) or (Class X) will be eligible to apply through the CBSE website. Details in respect of students who are eligible to apply will be auto-generated in the online system. If a candidate makes wrong entries in his/her application form or submits false information, statement or produces false document, his/her form shall be rejected and fee paid shall be forfeited", the CBSE said in its notification.
"Merely Submission of form and fee would not entitle a candidate to appear for the Compartment Examination and those who are applying for the Examination should ensure that they fulfill all eligibility criteria as stipulated in the circular. If it is found at any stage that he/she does not fulfill the stipulated criteria, his/her application will be cancelled and fee forfeited", it added.
"Candidates who appeared in March 2017 as full subject candidate through schools affiliated to the Board and declared as COMPARTMENT and could not pass in July 2017(Ist Chance) and March 2018(2nd Chance) examination should apply privately for Compartment Exam July 2018 through the website. Separate circular in this regard is available on the website of CBSE", the CBSE said.
"Regular candidates of CBSE affiliated schools who have appeared for March 2018 Examination and placed under Compartment should approach the school from which they have appeared in Class XII / X exam held in March 2018. Their application will be submitted by the schools", the CBSE said.
The CBSE declared the Class X 2018 results on May 29. The CBSE Class XII results 2018 were declared on May 26, 2018. Out of 11.06 students who appeared for the 2018 Class 12 exams, a total of 9,18,762 candidates have passed the CBSE 12th exam. Likewise, in CBSE Class 10th 2018 exam, the overall pass percentage was 86.70 per cent.
The CBSE provides students a maximum of 5 chance to clear the exam before a student is marked as Failed. In such a case a student has to readmit in previous class again.
Last year, the CBSE conducted the Compartment Exam of Class 12 and Improvement of Performance (IOP) for Class 10 on July 17. Class 10 student’s IOP ended on July 25 while the compartment exam of Class 12 students was conducted on a single day.
In addition to Class XII Compartmental Theory Examination for all subjects held on July 17, 2017, practical examinations were also held for the candidates who had failed in practical in a subject involving practical.
The CBSE conducts Compartmental or Supplementary exams for Class XII as well as Class X every year for the candidates who are failed or have got E1/E2 grade in the annual examination conducted in the month of February/March.
As per the CBSE rules, a candidate failing in one of the five subjects of external examination is placed in Compartment in that subject provided he or she qualifies in all the subjects of internal assessment.
A candidate placed in Compartment examination may reappear at the Compartmental examination held in July the same year, may avail second chance in March/April and third chance in July of next year.
The candidate will be declared ‘PASS’ provided he or she qualifies the compartmental subjects in which she had failed. Syllabi and Courses are the same as applicable for the candidates of full subjects appearing at the examination in the year concerned.
A candidate who fails to appear or fails at one or all the chances of the Compartment examination is treated to have failed in the examination and is required to reappear in all the subjects at the subsequent annual examination of the Board as per syllabi and courses laid down for the examination concerned in order to pass the examination.
The candidates’ practical marks/internal assessment marks obtained in the Main examination will be carried over till the third chance compartmental examination.
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