The Central Board Of Secondary Education (CBSE) has revised and thus introduced a whole new correction policy to bring about any kinds of changes in the Name, Date of Birth and other details of students. The students studying under the Central Board Of Secondary Education used to face a lot of problems to bring about changes in the prevailing typo if there was any the details of the students in the final marks sheet circulated by CBSE.
To bring about any certain change, the procedure was very long and much complex. To bring an end to this, the CBSE has formulated a new correction policy.
CBSE Introduces New Correction Policy for Board Classes
A recently passed notification by the Central Board Of Secondary Education (CBSE) has revealed CBSE’s new move in the form of an introduction in the new correction policy for all the students studying in schools affiliated to the Board across the country. This new change in the correction schedule is applicable to all the cases from the currently in motion academic session which have been received by the CBSE headquarters as well as the regional offices. Any cases which have previously remained pending in the court will also be included in the move.
Every year, owing to certain typos or not carefully filling the particulars, many students have been witnessed filing applications in order to get the necessary changes done. Earlier, only one year was granted to all the students to get the changes done in the particulars if any. Whereas, a provision introduced by the Board in February 2015 extended the time period to file for such changes and is all set to take charge of the ongoing session.
CBSE’s New Policy | Check New Time Limit Here
As per the new correction policy introduced by the Central Board Of Secondary Education (CBSE), the students previously got one year’s time to notify and thus get the changes done if required in the student’s name, date of birth, mother’s/father’s name or any other particulars. As per the new correction policy which is applicable in the current ongoing session, the students will now have 5 years to notify and thus get the same changed as per the need.
Source: Deccan Herald