It is needless to say that students should go through the details mentioned in the admit card. Anything missed out or misspelt must be taken to the notice of the respective school at the earliest. 'Candidate must check all particulars carefully and corrections, if any, be brought to the notice of the school immediately. Under no circumstances corrections in particulars will be entertained beyond one year of issue of pass certificate,' reads the admit card instructions issued by the Board.
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Date of Birth
The class 10 pass certificate will be your valid date of birth proof, for all official purposes henceforth. Hence soon after receiving the admit card check the date of birth.
Regarding Non Issuance Of Admit Cards
On the other hand, for schools where admit cards of students have been withheld due to poor performance in pre-board tests, CBSE has directed to release it. The Board has strictly asked schools to refrain from charging fees for admit cards. Schools must issue admit card to candidates enlisted in finalized list of candidates (LOC) for class 10, 12 board exams this year.
Jot down your roll number at few other places. Your roll number will be your identity till the examination process including the result declaration is over. For any communication with the Board, if required, you have to mention your roll number. Also while retrieving the CBSE results, roll number will be essential for logging into the portal.
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