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CBSE to Ban Late Entry to Board Exam Halls From 2019 | Here are the Details

CBSE Board Exam 2019: Central Board of Secondary Education has been planning to ban the entries of latecomers during the Board exam in the exam hall from 2019 onwards. As per recent reports, CBSE will now be very much strict regarding the entry time in the Board exams from 2019. Although the final call for the strict entry timing at the CBSE Board exam hall will be out by the end of this year only.

Likewise all competitive exam like NEET, JEE, CAT and many more, Central Board of Secondary Education will completely bare the late entry in the Board exam 2019 onwards. Although the decision has been taken to keep the exam secure. Know more details regarding the CBSE Board Exam 2019 timing below.

No Late entry to CBSE Board Exams from 2019 onwards

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has been planning to implement the strict entry timing in the exam hall from the year 2019. In December 2018, CBSE will release a circular for strict timing for the entry in the exam hall from 2019. Also, the center supervisor of the CBSE Board Exam hall will be responsible for the implementation of the same.

As of now, the entry at the CBSE Board exam hall start at 9.30 am, whereas the distribution of question papers begin at 10.10 am. Although students can start by answering their exam from 10.30 onwards, whereas the late entry till March-April 2018 Board exams was till 11 am. But from March-April 2019, Central Board of Secondary Education is all set change the scenario for the latecomers in the Board exams.

Here’s the reason for the ban of the late entrant in the CBSE Board Exams

Central Board of Secondary Education has been taking the decision regarding the strict timing at the Board exams to make the exam secure. After recent incidents of a leak of question papers and more, CBSE has been all set to look forward over the security.

As it has been said that there has been a number of reason why CAT, NEET and JEE exam are secure and one of those reasons is the strictness of entry time. So students, be ready to be on time in your CBSE Board Exam from 2019 onwards as it may cost your year.

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