Delay in CBSE, ICSE results may create problems for admissions

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
Usually, the CBSE 10th board exam results will be announced in May or June. Representative image. Photo: IANS

Though the VHSE Plus One (+1) Admission registrations opened yesterday, the CBSE, ISCE 10th std students are unable to apply. The reason is the delay in the CBSE 10th board exam results. The last date to apply online for the VHSE Plus One (+1) admissions is the 18th of this month. If the CBSE and ICSE 10th board results aren’t announced by then, the students won't be able to apply for Plus one admission. Or else the state govt will have to postpone the date of registration.

In the last few years, a lot of 11th std students are shifting from the Central syllabus to the state syllabus. In the last academic year, 30,757 students from CBSE and 3303 students from ICSE applied for plus one admission.

And 9178 students hailing from other states and foreign countries also applied for plus one admission. Usually, the CBSE 10th board exam results will be announced in May or June. In the last academic year, the 10th and 12th CBSE exams were held in two terms. So the general consensus is that the delay in announcing the results is due to the time it is taking to combine both the term results.

Minister V Sivan Kutty had already announced that the plus one admissions will be done for students from other states. This time the extra seats and batches were declared taking these students also into consideration. Having said that the CBSE, and ICSE school managements have assured that plus one seats will be confirmed for the students in the same syllabus, despite the delay in the results. 

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