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CBSE Correspondence Admission
Passing class 10th and class 12th is an important milestone in every student’s life. Students can opt for many career choices after passing and getting class 10th and class 12th passing certificate. Generally, students appear for board exams of class 10th and class 12th through the regular school education. But still, there are thousands of students who cannot join the regular schooling due to many reasons like either they are failed in class 9th or class 11th from a school or they dropped the school earlier and now want to continue their education.
Some students have poverty and other reasons so they left their school. They cannot afford the regular school fees and other regular school expenditures. If you are a student who wants to complete the basic education for class 10th or class 12th without attending a regular school, then the best option available for you is to do it from CBSE Correspondence Admission. The Indian Government has made facilities for allowing students to pursue their studies privately, by CBSE Correspondence Admission of class 10th and class 12th (Senior Secondary School) education.
About CBSE Board Admission
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a division of education ministry of the government of India. The main objective of the CBSE board is to provide world-class education facility to the students in India. They have formulated and prescribed CBSE board syllabus on this footing. CBSE Board conducts public exams for class 10th and class 12th every year all over the country at particular dates. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) provides an excellent second chance, for all the students who failed in class 10th and class 12th or for those who missed the chance to appear in the board exam.
As per the high standard, CBSE Secondary and Senior Secondary School passing certificates are considered valuable for the students. The students obtaining these certificates are welcome to join class 11th in any school after passing class 10th board exam and those students who passed class 12th get a bright career and get various options for further studies. But if any students failed in class 10th or class 12th board exam, he or she loses the opportunity to get higher studies. CBSE Correspondence Admission is the best solution for these students to complete their education and fulfil their dreams to get success in educational life.
How you get Help for CBSE Correspondence Admission by Patrachar Group of Institutions
Patrachar Group of Institutions has been making students happy who have failed and dropped out of school, by helping and guiding them for their admission in class 10th and class 12th privately. Patrachar Group of Institutions along with the CBSE Board provides the best coaching classes in Delhi. We provide this service to the students from the last 25 years and more. If you have failed in class 9th or 11th, you can approach us for help to continue your studies. We help you for filling your admission form and get CBSE Correspondence Admission of class 12th and class 10th. We also provide expert coaching classes for class 10th and class 12th. If you join our coaching classes you can pass with high marks by the special preparation of your subjects. We provide modern equipment and facilities to the students in our coaching classes.
There are morning, evening and weekend classes. So if you have no time during the day, you can learn by joining evening classes and weekend classes. Class 10th and 12th fail students from a regular school can also appear again. Class 11th failed students can get direct entry in class 12th through CBSE Correspondence Admission. Even if you have dropped out of school after passing 10th Standard, you can take admission in class 12th. When you approach Patrachar Group of Institutions, we will assist you in getting CBSE correspondence admission, by filling up and submitting your admission application forms, preparing required documents for admission etc. and also getting you Admit Card and Hall Ticket. By the special preparation of your learning in our coaching classes with study materials, notes, guides, previous year question papers etc. You surely get success and score good marks in your upcoming exam.
Documents Required for CBSE Correspondence Admission
- If you are pass or fail in 9th or 11th from a regular school, you have to submit your school leaving certificate. The school leaving certificate is duly countersigned by the education officer of the area.
- If you have studied privately up to class 9th or class 11th, you have to submit your original date of birth certificate issued by the local municipal corporation
- Passed in Class 8th or class 10th with one year gap from a recognized school or board. Your original school leaving certificate of class 8th or class 10th is required. Leaving certificate must be duly countersigned by the education officer of the area.
- The students must have completed 14 years of age as on 31st March in the year in which they want to take CBSE Correspondence Admission.
- As a proof of residence, the student may enclose the self-attested copy of any one of the following documents for getting CBSE Correspondence Admission:
- Ration Card showing the name of the student in the legible form
- The Voter ID Card showing the name of the student in legible form. In the case of a minor, the Voter ID Card of parents is also acceptable
- Passport of the student
- Electricity bill or landline bill
- Current rent agreement in the name of parents as a tenant
- Self-attested photocopy of driving license in the name of candidate issued from Delhi Transport Authority
- Self-attested photocopy of Aadhar Card
Subjects Offered for CBSE Correspondence Admissions: Class 10th and Class 12th
Before taking admission in class 10th or class 12th in CBSE Correspondence Courses. Students should decide the subjects they will select in the board class very carefully. The stream or subject chosen at this time will affect your career in the future.
The list of subjects offered by CBSE for Correspondence course candidates in Secondary (Class 10th) and Senior Secondary School (Class 12th), is given below: