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CBSE not to send admit cards, list of candidates through post

Deepa Sharma Sood , Hindustan Times  Ludhiana, January 21, 2014
First Published: 19:38 IST(21/1/2014) | Last Updated: 12:40 IST(22/1/2014)

In order to achieve maximum accuracy and timely receipt of data pertaining to list of candidates and admit cards of Classes 10 and 12 for the 2014 school examinations, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided not to send the printed lists of candidates but instead, schools will have to download the lists of candidates and admit cards through online submission of details.


The list of candidates of Class 12 is available on the board's website since January 17 and schools will be able to download admit cards from January 27. However, for Class 10, lists of candidates will be available from January 22 and admit cards can be downloaded from January 27.

Schools will have to log in on CBSE's official website and enter the separate username and password given to them during the online submission of registrations to download the list of candidates and their roll numbers.

Pradeep Singh, principal, Shamrock Christian Senior Secondary School, said, "This is the first time the board has asked the schools to download the list of candidates with roll numbers and admit cards from the board's website. However, earlier the board used to send the admit cards and list of candidates with roll numbers through post."

Mona Singh, principal, Guru Nanak Public School, Sarabha Nagar, said, "This is a good way to get rid of misplacement and delay in sending the list of candidates and their admit cards. Now schools can easily download admit cards through online mode."

Candidates' list, admit cards available from

List of candidates

Class 12: January 17
Class 10: January 22

Admit cards

Class 12: January 27
Class 10: January 27

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