CBSE PATRACHAR WEST DELHI
CBSE correspondence is an interim part of CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) – Central Government wing. It is a medium of providing secondary and senior secondary education affiliates to students who fall under the category of failed students or school drop-outs.
Students who face failure in their exams or tag a school drop out for some reason will be given the opportunity to sit directly in the 10th and 12th exams. CBSE private has taken the responsibility of direct entry to students in class 10th and 12th standard through correspondence.
WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR THE STUDY?
- Those who have failed in the examination of the 10th or 12th standard organized by CBSE Board.
- Those who are going to leave school for any reason.
- Who have faced the gap in their studies.
- Those who want to complete their studies but cannot take regular classes at school.
CBSE private provides correspondence for students looking for CBSE education in private mediums. Due to the lack of provision to make continuous flow of education, students can see opportunities as an basis for learning from an open school.
Along with the private open learning system, students can easily complete their studies through CBSE without having to go to school regularly. The personal education approach we provide allows students to participate in regular classes if they want to. In case, students find themselves unable to attend classes regularly, they can easily opt for weekend classes. In addition, the students are awarded the CBSE Board of Education certification which can be used for their further career growth.
With the help of this correspondence medium of study, students can easily shape their careers when required.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA – CBSE CORRESPONDENCE
For class XII
(A) Those students (male and female) can get direct admission in class XII after passing the class X examination from any accredited / CBSE board or failing in Class XI on the basis of original SLC / TC. Education Officer / Competent Officer or those students (male and female) who have passed XI or equivalent examination from recognized school / CBSE board school.
(B) Students (male and female) who have failed in class XII or are eligible for admission in the Class XII examination from a recognized / CBSE board. For Class-X (A), those students who have passed/have failed/passed Class IX or passed 8th class (with one-year intervals) have passed from Government. / Government Assisted / Accredited / CBSE board schools or class X are eligible for X Class X admission. Or those students (men and women) who have studied up to the ninth grade privately (who have never gone to school) can take admission on an oath basis. (B) The candidate has completed the age of 14 on March 31