BIG announcement for college kids from other boards

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has made a serious announcement relating to the admissions of scholars who had been pursuing schooling from boards of overseas nations. All worldwide college students becoming a member of CBSE-affiliated schools should be aware of this announcement.

In its latest announcement, CBSE has stated that worldwide college students learning below overseas boards not want to hunt prior approval from CBSE to take admission within the schools that are affiliated with the nationwide board.

As quoted by ANI, CBSE stated in its assertion, “Many students studying abroad in foreign Boards are joining schools affiliated with CBSE…CBSE has decided that now onward, no prior approval is required by the students from the Board to seek admission in the schools affiliated to the CBSE.”

This step has been taken by CBSE to assist all the scholars who at the moment are in search of admissions into CBSE-affiliated schools as they, alongside with their households, have moved again to India from a overseas nation in view of the scenario created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Students who used to shift from overseas boards to CBSE needed to undergo an elaborate and tiring course of to get their admission authorized by the board earlier than making use of to the schools. Through this new rule, CBSE has determined to offer some reduction to households transferring from other nations to India.

In its official assertion, CBSE additional added that a listing of equivalency of Classes 10 and 12 of overseas instructional Boards with related courses of CBSE is on the market on its web site, and candidates can examine this checklist while in search of admissions in a CBSE affiliated faculty.

As per the discover, the prior rule established by CBSE for such college students has been withdrawn they usually not have to take approval from the board while making use of for admissions in affiliated schools. The shift from a overseas board to CBSE has now been made considerably simpler by this new rule.

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