CBSE Board Term 1 Exam 2021: Students will be able to change exam center, city for CBSE Board exams 2022, know how to apply

21 Oct, 2021

CBSE Board Term 1 Exam 2021:

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has given the option of changing the examination center to the students of class 10th and 12th in 2022. If a candidate is not in the city of his/her native school, he/she can appear for the Term-I examination from the city where he/she is currently residing. CBSE has given this option of changing the examination center so that the board examinee does not face any kind of problem.

How to change CBSE Term 1 exam center:

Due to the outspread of the Covid-19 pandemic, students are being educated through online classes, which can be joined from anywhere, and hence, many students are not in the city of their native schools. Such students can change the examination center in the Term-I examination if they so desire. For this, students have to contact the principal of their parent school and apply for a change of exam center as this information will be given to CBSE by the respective schools. After this, the examination center of the concerned student will be changed by the board and the candidate will get this information from the admit card.

The date to apply for exam center change to be out soon:

The date to apply for the CBSE exam center change will be released by CBSE soon. Students will apply online after the board releases the date. After this, the process of changing the examination center will be done by CBSE. This decision has been taken by the board for the interest of the students. 

It must be noted that the students residing in the same city cannot change the examination center. Only those students will get the option to change the exam center, who are in another city.

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