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CBSE Online Registration for Class 9, 11 | LOC Academic Year 2018-19

CBSE Online Registration for Class 9, 11 | LOC Academic Year 2018-19

CBSE Online Registration for Class 9, 11 | LOC Academic Year 2018-19

Extension of Last Date for Class 9, 11 LOC submission Academic Year 2018-19 to 30/10/2018

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CBSE Online Registration for Class 9, 11 | LOC Academic Year 2018-19 CBSE/Reg/112510/2018/ 1st October, 2018 To The Principal / Head All Schools Affiliated to CBSE Subject: Registration of Class IX/XI students for session 2018-19 Dear Madam/Sir, Registration for regular students of Class IX/XI has started by CBSE. The link is available on website www.cbse.nic.in. Following actions are desired to be taken for registration of students: - • All affiliated schools are required to register themselves before proceeding for online registration of their students. Schools must use the ‘Affiliation Number’ as user ID already available with them. • Newly affiliated schools should contact the concerned Regional Office of the CBSE for obtaining password after which schools are advised to change the password for future use and keep it confidential to avoid misuse. Keeping password safely shall be the responsibility of the school. • In the event of any difficulty, concerned Regional Office may be contacted as per jurisdiction/contact details given in the Annexure. Features of this year’s Online Registration system are as under: - • Schools should enter number of sections and number of students which should be in consonance with the information provided on OASIS. This information should be filled very carefully in OASIS as schools will not be allowed to change the declared section/strength afterwards. • As per Rule 6.1(a)(iii) of the Examination Bye-Laws, school shall ensure that the student, while seeking admission in a class, satisfies the requirement of age limit (minimum and maximum) as determined by the State/ U.T. Government and applicable to the place where the School is located.

Detailed Procedure, Fee, Registration process, Valid combinations etc. are described in detail in the enclosed Annexures. Schools are advised to go through the detailed procedure before applying. While uploading data, schools will ensure the following:- 1. Spelling of student, mother’s & father’s name is correct and as per Admission & Withdrawal Register maintained by the school. 2. Date of Birth is as per Admission & Withdrawal Register maintained by the school. 3. Subject combinations are correct and are as per Scheme of Studies 4. Subject codes are correct (Fill the subject as offered by the school) (i) Selection of Hindi - A , Hindi - B & Urdu etc in Class – IX be done cautiously (ii) Selection of Hindi (Core), Hindi (Elective), English (Core), English (Elective), Sanskrit (Core), Sanskrit (Elective), Urdu (Core), Urdu (Elective) etc. in Class XI be done cautiously Schools must ensure uploading of 100% correct data to avoid future problems of corrections in student’s data. Data must be got doubly checked before uploading. Head of the Schools should personally monitor this activity. For any queries call at CBSE Helpline No. 1800-11-8002 between 9.30 AM- 5.30 PM on all working days. Yours faithfully, (DR. SANYAM BHARDWAJ) CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS

PENALTIES IN CASE CORRECTION IN DATA IS REQUESTED AFTER FINALIZATION OF DATA HEADS OF ACTIVITIES AMOUNT OF PENALTY (in INR) REMARKS a. Penalty for correction in subject after 1,000/- per subject submitting online LOC per candidate b. Penalty for Correction of Internal 1,000/- per candidate Assessment marks submitted Online in Hardcopy c. Penalty for late submission of hardcopy (i) Upto 15 days after prescribed date of 5,000/- Per school submission (ii) upto 30 days after prescribed date of 10,000/- Per school submission (iii) upto 45 days after prescribed date of 15,000/- Per school submission (iv) upto 60 days after prescribed date of submission 20,000/- Per school d. Approval of direct admission after 31st 1,000/- Per student August of the academic session except on grounds of Transfer of parent(s) or shifting of residence PENALTIES IN CASE CORRECTION IN DATA IS REQUESTED AFTER FINALIZATION OF DATA HEADS OF ACTIVITIES AMOUNT OF PENALTY (in INR) REMARKS a. Penalty for correction in subject after 1,000/- per subject submitting online LOC per candidate b. Penalty for Correction of Internal 1,000/- per candidate Assessment marks submitted Online in Hardcopy c. Penalty for late submission of hardcopy (i) Upto 15 days after prescribed date of 5,000/- Per school submission (ii) upto 30 days after prescribed date of 10,000/- Per school submission (iii) upto 45 days after prescribed date of 15,000/- Per school submission (iv) upto 60 days after prescribed date of submission 20,000/- Per school d. Approval of direct admission after 31st 1,000/- Per student August of the academic session except on grounds of Transfer of parent(s) or shifting of residence

SUBJECT COMBINATIONS TO BE SELECTED FOR CLASS IX (2018-2019) & X (2019-2020) Class IX and X is an integrated course. Students need to take only those subjects in class IX which they intend to continue in CLASS-X Scheme of Studies – Secondary School Examination for academic session Class IX 2018-19 and Class X 2019-2020 Students can offer minimum 5 and more subjects. They need to continue same subjects in class X also. Subjects can be offered as under: Subjects Name of Subjects Subject 1 Language I (Hindi Course A or Hindi Course B or English Language and Literature (Group-L) Subject 2 Language II (Any one from the Group of Languages (Group-L) Compulsory other than Language chosen at Subject 1 Subject 3 Mathematics Subject 4 Science (Group- A1) Subject 5 Social Science Subject 6 Skill subject* from the group of Skill subjects (Group-S) Optional Subject 7 Language III (Group-L) /Any Academic subject (Group-A2) other than opted above Subjects of Internal Subject 8 and 9 Art Education Assessment Assessment and Health & Physical Education certification at school level Important Instructions:- (a) If a student fails in any one of the three compulsory academic subjects (i.e. Science, Mathematics and Social Science) and passes the Skill subject (offered as 6th optional subject) then it will be replaced by the Skill subject and result of Class X Board examination will be computed accordingly. (b) If a student fails in any language subject out of first five subjects, the same will be replaced by language taken as seventh subject (optional) provided he or she has passed seventh language subject and after replacement either Hindi or English remains as passed language in first five subjects. (c) It is expected that all the students would have studied three languages up to class VIII. Those students who could not clear the third language in class VIII and have been promoted to class IX, shall be examined by the concerned schools at the end of Class IX in the same syllabus and textbooks as are prescribed for class VIII. Those who are still unable to clear the third language at the end of class IX may be given another opportunity in class X. No student shall be eligible to appear at the Secondary School Examination of the Board at the end of class X unless she/he has cleared the third language. (d) Hindi and English must be two of the three languages to be offered. Hindi and English must have been studied at least up to class VIII. (e) Hindi or English must be one of the two languages to be studied in class IX and X. Hindi and English can also be offered simultaneously. In Hindi two courses have been provided for class IX and X keeping in view the varying backgrounds of the students and a student may either opt for Hindi A (Code 002) or Hindi B (Code 085). (f) Students offering additional sixth skill subject may also offer an additional language III/subject as 7th subject. (g) Computer Application (Code 165) and Information Technology (Code 402) can not be taken together. (h) For Skill subjects, only those subjects can be offered for which permission has been given by CBSE. (i) Wherever restriction on number of candidates has been imposed by CBSE, school should not exceed such limit of number of candidates. (j) For details regarding subjects and scheme of studies please refer to Curriculum available on the website of CBSE. (k) Board is extending several exemptions/concessions to candidates with disabilities as defined in the “THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT 2016”. In this context, NOTIFICATION No. CBSE/Coord/112233/2018 dated 26.09.2018 issued by the Board, may please be referred to. (l) Board issues mark sheet indicating marks obtained in each subject separately. No aggregate score/percentage is mentioned by the Board. Candidates who take 6/7 subjects and pass in all 6/7 subjects, the percentage is to be calculated according to the norms of college/institution in which the candidate is seeking admission. (m) Candidates who have selected 5/6/7 subjects in Class IX and want to change/ add/delete the subject(s) in Class X due to academic reasons/medical reasons, such cases be referred to the concerned Regional Office of CBSE by the respective school before 31st August of that academic year. The schools are expected to ensure the correctness of the subjects offered by the students and the subjects being taught in the school and allowed by the Board. The data uploaded for each candidate should be accurate in all respects. (n) It has been observed in past that there is a variation between subjects offered by the candidate and the subjects being taught and allowed by the Board. To ensure accuracy of data, the Subject Code and Subject Name must be checked carefully for each candidate. (o) If there is a violation of scheme of study the data filled through EXCEL file will show error on server after uploading the filled excel file. The error will be rectified only after choosing correct subject combinations. Subject Code list and Subject Name for academic session Class IX 2018-19 and Class X 2019-2020 LANGUAGE (GROUP-L) CODE NAME 002 HINDI COURSE-A ANY 085 HINDI COURSE-B ONE 184 ENGLISH LANG & LIT. 3 URDU COURSE-A ANY 303 URDU COURSE-B ONE 004 PUNJABI 5 BENGALI 6 TAMIL 7 TELUGU 8 SINDHI 9 MARATHI 10 GUJARATI 11 MANIPURI 12 MALAYALAM 13 ODIA 14 ASSAMESE 15 KANNADA 16 ARABIC 17 TIBETAN 18 FRENCH 20 GERMAN 21 RUSSIAN 23 PERSIAN 24 NEPALI 25 LIMBOO 26 LEPCHA 89 TELUGU TELANGANA 92 BODO 93 TANGKHUL 94 JAPANESE 95 BHUTIA 96 SPANISH 97 KASHMIRI 98 MIZO 99 BAHASA MELAYU 122 SANSKRIT 131 RAI 132 GURUNG 133 TAMANG 134 SHERPA 136 THAI COMPULSORY ACADEMIC SUBJECTS (GROUP-A1) CODE NAME 041 MATHEMATICS 086 SCIENCE 087 SOCIAL SCIENCE OTHER ACADEMIC SUBJECTS (GROUP- A2) 31 CAR. MUSIC (VOCAL) 32 CAR. MUSIC MEL. INS. 033 CAR. MUSIC PER. ANY 034 HIND. MUSIC (VOCAL) 35 HIND. MUSIC MEL. INS. ONE 36 HIND. MUSIC PER. INS. 049 PAINTING 064 HOME SCIENCE 76 NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC) 165 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 154 ELEM. OF BUSINESS 254 ELEM BOOK-K & ACCY SKILL SUBJECTS (GROUP-S) 401 RETAILING 402 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 403 SECURITY 404 AUTOMOTIVE 405 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MARKETS 406 INTRODUCTION TO TOURISM 407 BEAUTY & WELLNESS 408 AGRICULTURE 409 FOOD PRODUCTION 410 FRONT OFFICE OPERATIONS 411 BANKING & INSURANCE 412 MARKETING & SALES 413 HEALTH CARE 414 APPAREL 415 MEDIA 416 MULTI SKILL FOUNDATION COURSE

SUBJECT COMBINATIONS TO BE SELECTED FOR CLASS XI (2018-2019) & XII (2019-2020) Class XI and XII is an integrated course. Students need to take only those subjects in class XI which he/she intends to continue in CLASS-XII Scheme of Studies – Senior School Certificate Examination for academic session Class XI 2018-19 and Class XII 2019-2020 Students can offer minimum 5 and more subjects. They need to continue same subjects in class XII also. Subjects can be offered as under: Subjects Name of Subjects Subject 1 Hindi Elective or Hindi Core or English Elective or English Core Subject 2 Any one Language from Subject Group- L not opted as Subject 1 Or Any one Subject from Academic Electives (Subject Group-A) Compulsory Subject 3, Subject 4 & Any three Subjects from Academic Subject 5 Electives (Subjects Group-A) Or Any three Subjects from Skill Group-S Or Any three from combination of Group-A & Group-S. Additional Subject 6 Any one subject from any subjects group Subject not opted above Optional Subjects of Subject 7 to 9 500 - Work Experience internal (Subjects of internal assessment assessment to be taken by 502 - Health and Physical Education all Regular Candidates) 503- General Studies Important Instructions:- (a) Hindi or English must be one of the two languages to be studied in class XI and XII. Hindi and English can also be offered simultaneously. In Hindi and English two courses have been provided for class XI and XII keeping in view the varying backgrounds of the students and a student may either opt for Hindi Elective (Code 002) or Hindi Core (Code 302) and English Elective (Code-001) or English Core (Code -301). However, same language cannot be offered both at Core and Elective levels. (b) Following combinations cannot be taken together; (i) Physics (Code 042) and Applied Physics (Code 838) cannot be taken together (ii) Chemistry (Code 043) and Applied Chemistry (Code 839) cannot be taken together (iii) Mathematics (Code 041) and Applied Mathematics (Code 840) cannot be taken together (iv) Out of six Computer Science/IT related subjects i.e. Informatics Practice (Code 265) old course, Informatics Practice (Code 065) new course, Computer Science (Code 283) old course, Computer Science (Code 083) new course, Information Technology (Code 802) and Web Application (Code 803), a candidate can only opt for one subject. (v) Business Studies (Code 054) and Business Administration (Code 833) cannot be taken together. (c) The first 5 subjects in the chronological order of filling the subjects in online registration system are considered as Main subjects. (d) For candidates who take 6 subjects (5 main and 1 additional subject) and pass in all 6 subjects, the percentage is to be calculated by the employer/institution/university according to the norms of employer/institution/university in which the candidate will be seeking admission. (e) If a student has taken 6 subjects, and if he/she fails in any one of first five subjects, the same will be replaced by the 6th subject provided the candidate satisfies the scheme of studies viz. after replacement either Hindi or English remains one of the main five subjects. (f) Candidates who have selected 5/6 subjects in Class XI and want to change/ add/delete the subject(s) in Class XII due to academic reasons/medical reasons, such cases be referred to the concerned Regional Office of CBSE by the respective school before 31st August of that academic year. The schools are expected to ensure the correctness of the subjects offered by the students and the subjects being taught in the school. The data uploaded for each candidate should be accurate in all respects. (g) Only those subjects can be offered by the school to the students for which approval of CBSE has been taken. (h) For details please refer to Curriculum available on the website www.cbse.nic.in (i) Board is extending several exemptions/concessions to candidates with disabilities as defined in the “THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT 2016”. In this context, NOTIFICATION No. CBSE/Coord/112233/2018 dated 26.09.2018 issued by the Board, may please be referred to.

 

Subject Code and Subject Name for Senior School Certificate Examination for academic session Class XI 2018-19 and Class XII 2019-2020 LANGUAGES (GROUP-L) CODE NAME 001 ENGLISH ELECTIVE Any 301 ENGLISH CORE One 002 HINDI ELECTIVE Any One 302 HINDI CORE 003 URDU ELECTIVE Any One 303 URDU CORE 022 SANSKRIT ELECTIVE Any 322 SANSKRIT CORE One 104 PUNJABI 105 BENGALI 106 TAMIL 107 TELUGU 108 SINDHI 109 MARATHI 110 GUJARATI 111 MANIPURI 112 MALAYALAM 113 ODIA 114 ASSAMESE 115 KANNADA 116 ARABIC 117 TIBETAN 118 FRENCH 120 GERMAN 121 RUSSIAN 123 PERSIAN 124 NEPALI 125 LIMBOO 126 LEPCHA 189 TELUGU TELANGANA 192 BODO 193 TANGKHUL 194 JAPANESE 195 BHUTIA 196 SPANISH 197 KASHMIRI 198 MIZO 199 BAHASA MELAYU ACADEMIC SUBJECTS (GROUP-A) CODE NAME 027 HISTORY 28 POLITICAL SCIENCE 29 GEOGRAPHY 30 ECONOMICS 31 CAR. MUSIC VOCAL 32 CAR. MUSIC MEL INS 033 CAR.PER INS. MRIDANGAM Any One 034 HIND MUSIC.VOCAL 035 HIND. MUSIC MEL INS. 036 HIND.PER INS. 037 PSYCHOLOGY 039 SOCIOLOGY 41 MATHEMATICS 42 PHYSICS 43 CHEMISTRY 44 BIOLOGY 45 BIOTECHNOLOGY 46 ENGG. GRAPHICS 48 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 049 PAINTING Any One 050 GRAPHICS 051 SCULPTURE 52 APP/COMMERCIAL ART 054 BUSINESS STUDIES 55 ACCOUNTANCY 56 KATHAK - DANCE 57 BHARATNATYAM - DANCE 058 KUCHIPUDI - DANCE Any One 059 ODISSI – DANCE 60 MANIPURI – DANCE 61 KATHAKALI - DANCE 064 HOME SCIENCE 265 INFORMATICS PRAC. (OLD) 065 INFORMATICS PRAC. (NEW)) Any One 283 COMPUTER SCIENCE (OLD 83 COMPUTER SCIENCE (NEW) 066ENTREPRENEURSHIP 073KNOWLEDGE TRADITION & PRACTICES OF INDIA 074LEGAL STUDIES 076NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC) SKILL SUBJECTS (GROUP-S) CODE NAME 800 Security 801 Retail 802 Information Technology 803 Web Application 804 Automotive 805 Financial Markets Management 806 Tourism 807 Beauty & Wellness 808 Agriculture 809 Food Production 810 Front Office Operations 811 Banking 812 Marketing 813 Health Care 814 Insurance 815 X-Ray Technician 816 Horticulture 817 Typography & Computer Application 818 Geospatial Technology 819 Electrical Technology 820 Electronic Technology 821 Media 822 Taxation 823 Cost Accounting 824 Office Procedures & Practices 825 Shorthand (English) 826 Shorthand (Hindi) 827 Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration 828 Medical Diagnostics 829 Textile Design 830 Design 831 Salesmanship 832 Music Production 833 Business Administration 834 Food Nutrition & Dietetics 835 Mass Media Studies 836 Library & Information Science 837 Fashion Studies 838 Applied Physics 839 Applied Chemistry 840 Applied Mathematics FEE PAYMENT (a) CBSE is now accepting fees for all activities only through digital payments mode such as Debit Card / Credit Card / NEFT/ RTGS/ SWIFT (only for international payments). (b) Fee paid is automatically updated by the Banks on CBSE server within 24 hours.( except SWIFT payments). Updation of SWIFT payment takes 2-3 days. (c) In case of Bank related transaction or non updation of Fee on server the schools should contact the respective Bank through which payment was made. Contact details of Banks is given on website of CBSE. (d) Following may be informed to the bank while making communication with Bank: (i) Mode of Payment (ii) Fee Reference No. (iii) Amount deposited (iv) Date of deposit (v) Branch of deposition (vi) Bank reference number (Transaction ID as reflected in Bank account) (vii) Your contact number

FOR ANY QUERY OR HELP CONTACT FOLLOWING DURING OFFICE HOURS Regional Office Jurisdiction For any technical query For any examination of Regional Offices regarding Online related query submission Regional Office - Delhi NCT of Delhi, rodlicu@gmail.com rodlicu.cbse@nic.in Central Board of Secondary Foreign Schools Tel:91-11-22236195 Tel:91-11-22236195 Education, PS-1-2, Institutional Area, 91-11-22236180 I.P.Extn. Patparganj, Delhi-110092 Regional Office - Chennai Andhra Pradesh, rochennai@cbse.gov.in rochennai.cbse@ Central Board of Secondary Telangana Tel.91-44-26164608, gmail.com Education, Goa, Karnataka, 91-44-26162264 Tel.91-44-26164608 Plot No. 1630 A, "J" Block, 16th Maharashtra, Fax: 91-44-26162212 Main Road Tamil Nadu, Anna Nagar West, Andaman and Chennai-600040 Nicobar Islands, Tamil Nadu Daman and Diu, Puducherry Regional Office - Kerala, rotrivandrum.cbse@ nic.in examcbse.tvm@gmail.com Thiruvananthapuram Lakshadweep Tel:91-471-2534404 91-471- Central Board of Secondary 2534496 Tel: 91-471-2987403 Education, Fax:91-471-2534406 Block-B, 2nd Floor, LIC Divisional Office Campus, Pattom, Thiruvananthapuram – 695004 Kerala Regional Office-Guwahati Assam, Nagaland, roguwahati.cbse@nic.in roguwahati.cbse@ Central Board of Secondary Manipur, Tel: 91-361-2334661 (Direct) nic.in Education, Shilpogram Road, Meghalaya, Tripura, EPABX NO.: 91-361- Tel:91-361-2331995 (Near SankardevKalakshetra), Sikkim, Arunachal 2331995, EXT.- 30 Panjabari, Guwahati-781037, Pradesh, Mizoram Fax No.: 91-361-2330992 Assam Regional Office-Ajmer Gujarat, roajmer.cbse@nic.in roajmer.cbse@nic.in Central Board of Secondary Madhya Pradesh, Tel:91-145-2634114 Tel:91-145-2634114 Education, Rajasthan, 91-11-2634119-(IX/XI Fax-91--145-2421543 Todarmal Marg, Dadra and Nagar Registration Queries) Ajmer-305 001 Haveli 91-11-2634118 (Class X Rajasthan LOC Queries) 91-11-2634117 (Class XII LOC Queries) Fax: 91-145-2421543 Regional Office-Panchkula Haryana, ropanchkula.cbse@ Tel:91-172-2521503 Central Board of Secondary Himachal Pradesh., nic.in 91-172-2521507 Education, J & K, Tel:91-172-2585193 Sector- 5 , Punjab, 91-172-2583547 Panchkula - 134152 U.T. of Chandigarh 91-172-2585577 Haryana Fax:91-172-2585163 Regional Office-Allahabad Uttar Pradesh roallahabad.cbse@nic.in roallahabad.cbse@ nic.in Central Board of Secondary Except Districts of DIRECT LINE : Education, Western Uttar 91-532 – 2400434 Tel:91-532-2407970-72 35 B, Civil Lines, Pradesh EPABX LINE : M.G. Marg , 91-532-2407970-72 WITH Allahabad-211 001, EXTN – 116 (COMPUTER CELL) Uttar Pradesh Fax:91-532-2408977 Regional Office-Dehradun Uttarakhand and roddn.cbse@nic.in Tel:91-135-2757744 Central Board of Secondary Western Uttar Tel: 91-135-2757744 , 91-135- Education, Pradesh i.e. 2753250 99, Kaulagarh Road, (Extension-205) Badaun, Baghpat, Dehradun-248001 91-135-2753251, Bijnour, Uttarakhand 91-135-2753248 Bulandshahr, Mob No. 7579214383- Gautam Budh Helpline Nagar(Noida), Ghaziabad, Hapur, J.P.Nagar/ Amroha, Meerut, Moradabad, Muzaffarnagar, Rampur, Saharanpur, Sambhal and Shamli Regional Office-Bhubaneswar West Bengal, rocbsebbsr@rediffmail. com, Tel:91-674-2721712 Central Board of Secondary Odisha, robhubaneshwar.cbse@nic.in Education, Chhattisgarh Tel:91-674-2548426, 91- Plot No. 4, 674-2542312, 91-674- Sailshree Vihar, 2548212(Extn 129) Chandrshekharpur, FAX:-91-674-2547312, Bhubneshwar-751021 Helpline Mobile No.- Odisha 9853246315 Regional Office-Patna Bihar, Jharkhand ropatna.cbse@nic.in ropatna.cbse@nic.in Central Board of Secondary Tel:91-612-2295048, Ph No. 0612-2295048, Education, Ambika Complex, Ext. 24 Behind State Bank Colony, Near 91-612-2295008, ropatna.cbse@gmail.com Brahmsthan, Sheikhpura, BaileyRoad, 91-612-2295080 Patna-800014,Bihar For Skill Education All Regions directorvoc.cbse@gmail .com directorvoc.cbse@gmail Central Board of Secondary Tel:91-11-23216220 .com Education, Tel:91-11-23216220 Shiksha Sadan, 17, Rouse Avenue, New Delhi-110002

STEPS IN ONLINE REGISTRATION CLASS IX/XI 1. During the process of Registration school will be required to update the following :- (a) Schools have to enter number of sections and number of students which should be in consonance with the information provided on OASIS. This information should be filled very carefully in OASIS as schools will not be allowed to change the declared section/strength afterwards. (b) School Details: Any correction in School details such as Principal Name, Phone Number, Experience, School website, valid Email address for future communications, Name of person(s) along with designation, authorized to submit students’ details online should be updated. (c) Updation of Teacher Training Details: This option can be used to give mandatory details about the teacher training details in the schools. The details can be filled only once and hence should be done carefully. The printed hardcopy of the details should be submitted along with Final List in the concerned Regional Office. 2. Method of Uploading individual entry and uploading Excel file in lot: (a)Schools having few students in class IX/XI can enter the details directly on the website by individual entry. (b)For bulk entry schools can optionally download the excel fileby clicking the option ‘Download Excel File’. Following may be kept in mind while filling data in excel file:- ▪ SCHOOLS SHOULD NOT CHANGE THE FORMAT OF EXCEL FILE OTHERWISE THE STUDENTS DATA WILL NOT BE UPLOADED PROPERLY. ▪ SCHOOLS CAN UPLOAD THE DATA THROUGH EXCEL FILE ONCE ONLY. SUBSEQUENT ADDITIONS, CORRECTIONS AND DELETIONS, IF ANY, SHALL HAVE TO BE MADE ONLINE ONLY. ▪ The mobile number and E-Mail id on which the candidate can be contacted may be given. ▪ After complete entries of the data in excel file and thorough checking, the same may be uploaded by clicking ‘Upload Excel File’ option. Don’t FINALISE the data immediately till you Prepare a Check list and do necessary corrections. ▪ The schools should tally and cross check the information submitted carefully and meticulously the details of each student enrolled as per the details available in the Admission and Withdrawal register of the School. ▪ Schools are advised to be careful while entering name/Date of birth/other particulars of students. ▪ Requests for correction in particulars will be entertained only in accordance with the rules notified vide Notification dated 25.06.2015. ▪ The date on which the student’s details are finalized shall determine the fee to be paid by the school and shall be generated automatically by the computer. ▪ Those having poor connectivity of internet at school are advised to download excel file and make entries in offline mode. Then a text print be taken before uploading. The excel file can be uploaded from a broadband connected computer/cyber café. 3. Check List Printing of Registered Students: a. Schools shall take a print of list of students submitted by choosing the option “Check list Printing of Registered Students”. b. The printer settings may be set for A4 size paper with Landscape printing with all side margins set to 0.25”. c. The heading of this List will be ‘CHECK LIST OF STUDENTS REGISTERED FOR CLASS…’ d. The details in the list may be compared with the Original Admission and Withdrawal register. Subject Code and Subject Name offered by each student should also be checked. e. When all corrections including spelling mistakes have been noted down, correction have to be carried out online by choosing option “Correction of Registered List of Students”. 4. Correction of Registered List of Students: This activity has three options ADD, MODIFY, DELETE. • ADD: Details of any left out students/ new students can be submitted. • MODIFY: Correction in the already submitted details of the student can be updated/ modified/corrected. The Record No. printed against the student’s details is typed and the student’s details shall be displayed on the screen. Required updation/ correction/ modification can be typed against the particular details. • DELETE: Already submitted details of the student can be removed from the list completely by typing the Record No. printed against the student’s detail whose details are to be removed from the list. Student’s details shall be displayed on the screen before deletion. Details once deleted can not be recovered and has to be re-entered if needed again by using ADD option. Note: Option “Checklist Printing of Registered Students” and Option “Correction of Registered List of Students” may be repeated any number of times till the list is error-free. 5. Finalization of Data and Fee Payment: a. When all corrections including spelling mistakes in candidate/mother/father name have been carried out and the list is error free, finaliz b. .ation of data should be done. b. Finalization of data means no more correction /deletion /modification of data which have been submitted which implying thereby data submitted is final. c. Even after finalization of first lot of data (excel file) addition of more students is possible in the next lot (by individual entry online) provided the date of submission of details is within the time schedule the limit of number of students informed is not reached for the new lot fee shall be as per fee schedule for that period. d. A school can add students in maximum 5 lots (One lot of Excel uploading & 4 times individual online entries). e. After finalization of data, the requisite fee is to be deposited electronically as per available modes of payment. Kindly refer to Fee page. 6. Printing of Final List of Registration of Students: a. Final list cannot be generated unless fee is deposited. Schools shall take printout of Final list of registered students. b. The heading of this List will be ‘FINAL LIST OF STUDENTS REGISTERED FOR CLASS___’. c. Once Final list is generated, no more addition, deletions or corrections can be made on this data. d. The printer settings may be set for A4 size paper with Landscape printing with all side margins set to 0.25” e. The Schools shall firmly affix recent high contrast passport size preferably black & white photograph of the students which clearly indicates the name of the student along with the date of taking the photograph (photograph should have been taken on or after 1st April of the academic session) with gum/adhesive (not to be pinned or stapled) in the space provided against student’s information and obtain signature of the student in the space earmarked for it. f. A photocopy of the Final printout with Student’s signature and photograph should be retained by the School as office copy. 7. Dispatch of Final list to CBSE Regional Office:- a. School shall send the following to the Regional Office Concerned:- (i) Final List duly signed by Principal, as prepared in para above. (ii) Proof of depositing the fee. Note: A photocopy of the all documents sent to Board should be retained by the School as office copy. b. The envelope containing the above should be sent by “SPEED POST” to the Regional officer as per address given in the list. Registration List should not be sent to CBSE, Preet Vihar, Head Office, Delhi. c. Since CBSE has adopted cashless electronic payment for various examination activities school should not pay any amount in cash to any functionary of Bank/ Board to process any application. d. School should ensure those candidates sponsored by them are actually attending their school. Sponsoring of fake, non-attending candidate will lead to disaffiliation of the school.

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