CBSE has an Important Message for all Parents


Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE Board Examination 2019 for class 10 and 12 would commence soon. This year, the CBSE 10th Board Exam 2019 and CBSE 12th Board Exam 2019 begins from February 15, 2019. Ahead of the examination, CBSE has also released a letter to the parents of all the students who would be appearing in the board examinations 2019, apart from instructions to the school and the students. Along with the important instructions, the letter also has a strong message for all parents.

CBSE asks the parents for their support, advicing them again to remind their wards how proud they are of them. The board also reiterated that CBSE is basically a body that conducts examination, nevertheless, parents must help their children explore ‘their potentials, have faith in their exploration beyond artificial boundaries of subjects, and become all that they dream of.’ It is important to remind your child that you are proud of them.

Important Instructions concerning CBSE 10th 12th Board Examination 2019

  1. Read carefully the CBSE Board Examination 2019 Admit Card and ensure that it is duly signed. All parents are advised to go through the instructions and explain them to their children. For the first time, parent signature on admit card has also been made mandatory.
  2. Visit the examination centre before the examination commences. Read the letter to parents on cbse.nic.in, here.
  3. Kindly note, no students after 10 am would be allowed inside the exam centre under any circumstances, therefore parents need to make sure that their children reach the exam centre by 9:45 am latest.
  4. It is essential for students to carry their school ID cards.
  5. In addition, school uniform is mandatory this year for regular students. Parents are requested to ensure the same.
  6. Read the list of items allowed and not allowed in the examination centre. Parents must make certain that their children adhere to them.
    Apart from these, the board has also asked parents to not give in to rumours. In case of any such incident, parents must reach out to the board directly. In order to do so, they can mail CBSE on parent2cbse@gmail.com.

CBSE has also started the student helpline on 1800 11 8004. We wish all the students the very best.