Board Exams 2024: Student Take NOTE! 75% Attendance Mandate To Appear For Exams, Details Inside

Board Exams 2024: Student Take NOTE! 75% Attendance Mandate To Appear For Exams, Details Inside

Board Exams 2024: The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE is gearing up to conduct board exams for the 2023-24 academic year. Ahead of classes 10th, 12th exams, the board has reminded students and schools of 75 per cent attendance mandate. CBSE will be calculating the attendance from January 1. In case of short attendance, students are required to submit the required documents by January 7, 2024. Check CBSE board exam rules and other details below.

CBSE Board Exam 2024

CBSE conducts the board exam for classes 10th and 12th in the month of February-March 2024. The detailed CBSE Board exam date sheet will be issued once the prior formalities are summed up.

CBSE Board Exam 2024 Attendance norms

As per the Standard Operating Procedure, SOPs prescribed by the CBSE, 75 per cent attendance is mandatory.

“Accordingly, the CBSE has issued circulars and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and has prescribed mandatory at least 75% attendance for appearing in the Board examination. 25% relaxation is given in attendance considering exigencies and emergencies faced by the students and their families as per rules 13 and 14 of the Examination Bye-Laws,” CBSE mentioned in a notification. 

In case, your attendance is less than prescribed, then schools are required to collect data from students including the request(s) from parents, Medical Certificate(s), medical reports, and others. Students can connect with their school administration for details.

CBSE Notification mentioned, “Attendance will be calculated as on 1st January of the Academic session; i. Shortage of attendance cases received in the concerned Regional Office up to 7th January of the academic session of Class X or XII will only be considered by the Board. j. No case will be accepted after 7th January of the academic session of Class X or XII. Cases without Mandatory documents will be summarily rejected.”

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