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The latest CBSE notification informs full details about how to change your exam centre for the pending CBSE board exams 2020, eligibility criteria for the same, the process to be followed, guidelines and last dates for all the work.

CBSE informed in the notification that each district with CBSE affiliated schools will have one school as the appointed nodal examination centre for candidates.

This exam centre will be used by CBSE students who moved in from a different district during the lockdown period and would be unable to appear for the pending CBSE board exams in their home schools as they are simply too far away.

This is certainly good news for those students who had to shift locations before or during the Covid-19 lockdown as they wouldn’t need to avail long train rides to appear for the CBSE board exams 2020.

How to change exam centre for CBSE board exam 2020:

Regular candidates

. CBSE students need to make exam centre change requests through their own schools and not in any other way
. It is the school’s responsibility to contact the student and know their location and then send the requests to CBSE
. It is also the student’s responsibility to inform the school of the same
. Schools will use the e-pariksha portal to provide information; all information has to be uploaded in one lot and the submission link once closed will not be opened again
. Certain districts in India without any CBSE affiliated schools will not gave any exam centres. Check the full . CBSE notification to find the list.
. Students who are now in districts with no exam centre because of the above point will need to find a suitable neighbouring district to appear for their exams from and inform the same to their school.

Private candidates

Candidates appearing for second change compartment, failures of previous year, improvement of performance, additional subject, female candidates of NCT of Delhi, visually impaired candidates appearing as private candidates and Patrachar Vidyalaya candidates who have shifted from their district of examination centre to any other district in India can also apply to CBSE on the CBSE website or on the mobile app to change their district.
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