Considering the challenges faced by the Parents and Guardians due to the COVID19 pandemic CBSE has extended the last date for Class IX and Class XI Registration Date.
Many parents and guardians are going through the tough time, hence were expecting the date to be extended by the Board.
The last date which was initially 4th November is now 19th November 2020 (Thursday).
For the schools in India, the registration fee without late fees is Rs. 300/- per student.
For students outside India
– Class IX: Rs. 500/- per student
– Class XI: Rs. 600/- per student
For the schools in India affiliated to the CBSE the registration fee with late fees is Rs. 300/- + Rs 2000/- per student.
For students outside India (until 28th November)
– Class IX: Rs. 500/- + Rs. 2000/- per student
– Class XI: Rs. 600/- + Rs. 2000/- per student
According to the CBSE circular, they are not going to extend the dates further. Hence parents and guardians are requested to do the registration by the last date.
Click here to go through the CBSE circular on Class IX and Class XI Registration Date.
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