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CBSE Admit Card 2018: Class 10th, 12th hall tickets released; see the steps to download

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 7 February 2018, 15:46 IST
CBSE Admit Card 2018

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued admit card for the 10th-12th Board examinations. The Board has issued admission letters for both Regular and Private category students. Regular students will be able to get their admit card from their schools. Various important information related to the examination, such as schedule, examination center, time of examination etc. will be available on the admission form of the students. CBSE has issued admission admit card on its official website. Regular students can not download the admit card directly from the website. The download link available on the website will be used by the schools.

Private candidates will be able to download their admit cards. For this, they have to visit the website www.cbse.nic.in. So let us know how to Download Admit Card Click on the link for 'Online Admit Card for Private Candidates for Main Exam 2018 (Class X / XII)' in the section 'Recent Announcements' on the website. Fill out the requested details on the new web page. Click the submit button. Your admit card will be opened download and take out the printout.

The CBSE's 10th-12th Board examinations will begin on March 5. 10th and 12th, both board exams will start on the same day ie March 5th. While 10th board exams will run till April 04, 12th exams will run till 12th April. On 5th March, 12th English Core, English Elective-N and English Elective-C Subjects will be conducted.

Significantly, the CBSE had started counseling services for students from 1st February. The pressure of studies on board students increases significantly due to board exams. For this, the counseling service was started for the convenience of the students, which will continue till 13 April 2018. To take advantage of counseling, students must call this number: 1800 11 8004.

First published: 7 February 2018, 15:42 IST
 
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