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Private Candidate in CBSE: Syllabus, Form, Admit Card and Result

Private Candidate in CBSE: Syllabus, Form, Admit Card and Result

The students who cannot attend the regular classes for some reason or have the essential repeat can opt as a Private Candidates on the CBSE board. There are many other reasons why students need to opt for the private mode of examination. CBSE has made different provisions and guidelines for such students that a student opting for this mode must be aware of.

CBSE conducts the exam for the private candidates along with the exams of the other regular students. The exams for the private 10th and 12th class students are likely to be held in February and March. The date sheet for the private candidates is the same as that for the regular students. This is why students must be aware and updated about the resources and materials they need and follow to appear in their exams.

So, let us begin the detailed discussion regarding Private candidates in CBSE critical information and requirements. So, starting with the form filling procedure. But first, you must be aware of the eligibility criteria for filling up the form as a private candidate. So, let a glance at the eligibility criteria.

Eligibility to Apply as a Private Candidate in CBSE

Candidates can fill out the form for the private candidate in CBSE if they qualify for any of the following criteria.

  • The students who got Essential Repeat in the result can fill the form as a private candidate in the preceding year.
  • Candidates who got compartment in the previous year’s main exams.
  • The students who have been announced as failing in the last five years.
  • The students who passed the previous exam but want to improve their performance in any of the subjects.
  • Candidates who passed in the last five years but want to appear for an additional subject.
  • Legitimate women candidates of NCR have attained the age to appear in the respective exam.
  • Legitimate handicapped students who have attained the age of appearing in the exams but cannot attend the schools or institutions.

How to fill out the Form for Private Candidate in CBSE?

Now coming up with the vital question: how to fill the form for the private candidate in CBSE. So, follow up the following steps to fill out your form for  the private candidate in CBSE:

  • Go to the official CBSE website, where you will find a direct link to fill out the form.
  • Tap on the recent tab where you can see an option as “examination form submission for Private Candidates.”
  • Press enter on the exam form tab and fill out the application that opens in front of you.
  • Upload all the required documents along with your recent colored picture.
  • Make the payment for the application fee through online mode.

In some cases, the form-filling criteria can be separate for some candidates under a certain category. So, let us see how to fill up the forms in that cases as well:

Candidates who are appearing for Fail / Essential Repeat/ Compartment / Improvement of Performance

  • Although the students who are repeating the examination for improvement, compartment exam, or essential repeat get their name, roll number, and other information auto-generated in the system. But still, need to fill in this information in the exam form.
  • The students need to correctly fill in the name, roll number, and school number as per the previous result.
  • This category of candidates needs to compulsorily attend the practical exams and internal assessments.

Fresh Female/Physically Handicapped Private Candidates

  • Students need to select the subjects as per their preference mentioned in the list by CBSE for such candidates.
  • In the case of internal assessment, the theory marks will be converted out of 100 marks in total.

Candidates appearing for Additional Subject

  • If you are appearing in the private exam for the CBSE board for an additional subject, you first need to select one subject as prescribed by CBSE, which you did not have earlier.
  • If you opt for the subject with internal assessment, your theory marks will be converted out of 100 in total.

Private Candidate in CBSE Form Fees Payment

The fee structure for the private candidate in CBSE is as follows:

Fee SlabIn India (in INR)Outside India (in INR)
Examination FeeRs. 1500/- for 5 subjects
Rs. 300/- per subject for one/extra subject
Rs. 10000/- for 5 subjects
Rs. 2000/- per subject for
one/extra subject
Without Late Fee For
Additional/ Compartment/ Improvement
Rs. 300/- per subject for additional/compartment/ImprovementRs. 2000/- per subject for additional/compartment/
Improvement
Practical FeeRs. 150/- for each practical/Project Work SubjectRs. 350/- for each practical/Project Work Subject
With Late FeeLast Date with Late Fee of Rs. 2000/-Last Date with Late Fee of Rs. 2000/-

What is the Syllabus for Private Candidates in CBSE?

It has been often observed that private students remain confused regarding their syllabus for the exam. They think that they have a separate syllabus, but this is not the case in reality. Instead, the syllabus for both the regular and the private candidates are the same. So, the private students must refer to the same syllabus for both term one and term two examinations.

Where to get Admit Card for a Private candidate in CBSE?

You can quickly get the admit card for appearing in the CBSE Private Board exam once the admit card link is active on the website. You can further follow the following steps to download your admit card.

  • Open the official CBSE website, where you will see a section named ‘In Focus.’
  • From there, you will get the link for the ‘Admit Card for the Private Candidates.’
  • Once you click on the Private candidates admit card link, you will see three options. You can use any of the three, such as application no or previous roll no., candidates’ names, and year.
  • If you are opting for the application number, then you need to enter your application number to download the admit card.
  • If you are a repeating candidate, then you can enter your previous roll no. and the year.
  • The third option is the candidate’s name; you need to enter your name, mother’s, and father’s name as well.
  • After entering the required details, press the proceed option.
  • You will be able to see your admit card by now on the screen.

Take the printout of the admit card and keep it as a pdf on your device. But before you take out the printout, check the details mentioned in your admit card that whether it is correct or not. Check your name, roll no., and other information on the admit card. Once you have corrected everything in the admit card, make sure you have taken the parent’s or guardian’s signature on it. Without the admit card, you will not be able to give the exam, so make sure to take it.

How to get the Result For a Private Candidate?

As the results are declared for other CBSE board regular exams, similar will be there in the case of private candidates. The zone-wise result will be announced, and the students need to check their results on the official website of CBSE. After the result announcement, the candidates will receive the mark sheet issued by CBSE in October. So, first, let us go through the steps that one should follow to download their CBSE result as a private candidate.

  • Go to the official CBSE website.
  • Click on the ‘CBSE board Private exam result’ tab in the result section.
  • After clicking on the tab, you will be able to see the login page.
  • Enter all the relevant information, such as your roll number and DOB.
  • Submit the information that you entered.
  • You will be able to see your board results on the screen.
  • Check out your marks and download a copy of the result for future use.

Hence, this is how you can check your result as a private candidate in the CBSE board.

Tips For the Students

So, quickly rap up with some best tips of preparation for the private candidates appearing for CBSE board examinations:

  • Make your good study pattern and schedule even though you will not attend the regular classes.
  • Fill out the application form on time since the form-filling procedure for private candidates is online.
  • You can visit the school or the teachers if you have any doubts about any topics.
  • You can also join some good coaching institutes or sign up for good online lectures to better understand.
  • Do not procrastinate or wait for the exam dates. Instead, start your preparation very early.

Conclusion

Hence, these were some of the essential details and instructions for all the private candidate in CBSE boards. They should also focus on all the effective instructions and guidelines released by CBSE for private examinations. Any misunderstanding and misleading information can cause you to lose one year so make sure that you are not losing it and aiding all the rules and information very consciously.

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