Noida- The Central Board of Secondary Education has just introduced the admit cards to the students for the academic year 2018-19 for both class 10 and class 12, respectively. The board examinations will commence from the February 15’ 2019 and thus, there are some of the major changes made in the admit card or the hall ticket.
As the admit card is a mandatory carry on the part of all the students, thus the major changes must be bought into their concern before the commencement of the examinations. One of the major changes related to the admit card is that the PWD category and special considerations of the candidates are specified/mentioned in their admit cards.
If the students discover any error in their admit cards related to exemption, and then they must soon get it rectified from the sincere board authorities at the earliest. They can visit their schools according to their affiliation and get all the errors rectified by them. The exemption codes include Scribe, Extra Time, Assistive Device, Large Font, and Adult Prompter.
The other major change that has been introduced to the students in their admit card is the signature of the candidature’s parent. Formerly, the signature of the parent/parents was mandatory in the admit card. Now, the parents must thoroughly go through the admit card or the hall ticket of their children for keeping in mind the instructions and also the signatures of both their parents and principal.
All the students appearing in the board examinations must collect their offline admit cards duly signed by their principal, including the dates of the exams, subject names, subject codes, the timing of the examinations and exam center information. Apart from the admit card, the students must also carry their ID card provided by their schools.
Apart from that, the students must reach the examination center in advance and then read the question paper thoroughly without carrying any gadgets or materials other than stationary and admit cards. The students must abide by their examination guidelines that are mentioned in the admit card or the hall ticket that is issued by the board officials.