CBSE simplified the admission process for students studying from foreign boards, took a big decision

How OMR sheet will be used in 10th-12th term-1 exam, CBSE gave information


oi-Akarsh Shukla


Updated: Thursday, November 25, 2021, 17:50 [IST]

New Delhi, 25 November. The corona virus epidemic showed its wrath all over the world, due to which many people lost their jobs and some had to return to their homes. Due to the Corona crisis, many students studying abroad had to come back to India and now they want to do their further studies from here. The Central Board of Secondary Education has taken a big decision for such students seeking admission in CBSE Board. With this decision, students can get admission in any CBSE board school in the country.

CBSE simplified the admission process for students studying from foreign board

In fact, on Thursday, the Central Board of Secondary Education has removed the previous board’s prior approval letter from the list of required documents for students studying abroad, who want to take admission in CBSE affiliated schools. Now foreign students can take admission in any CBSE school without prior permission (transfer letter) if they want. In a press release, the Central Board of Secondary Education said, many students studying abroad in foreign boards are joining CBSE affiliated schools. In such a situation, CBSE has decided that now no prior approval by the students of the Board is required for taking admission in CBSE affiliated schools.

Also read: CBSE 10th Result Declared: CBSE 10th Board Result Released, Download Marksheet Like This

This decision of CBSE has brought great relief to foreign students and their parents. This has brought a sigh of relief to thousands of such children and parents who have come back to India from abroad during the pandemic. It was said by CBSE that after the Corona epidemic, many families have shifted to India due to various reasons. Hence the need for any prior approval by the respective board to the foreign board students is being done away with. Explain that on the basis of similarity of classes of two different boards, students of other boards are given admission. For the better future of the students, CBSE has taken this big decision keeping in mind the present circumstances and problems.

  • Delhi-NCR Pollution: Delhi’s air stifled again, AQI reached 339
  • Delhi: Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury’s open challenge to Mamta Banerjee, said this big thing
  • Delhi: Possibility of spreading poisonous gas in RK Puram? People got burning in eyes, 5 people hospitalized
  • Delhi: Union Minister claims, 760 tonnes of food grains were distributed free during the Corona period
  • I will provide all the facilities which ministers get to the public: Arvind Kejriwal
  • Ghaziabad: PM laid the foundation stone of Jewar Airport, on the other hand police arrested 200 farmers
  • Entry of only CNG-electric vehicles in Delhi from November 27, see full details
  • Ghaziabad: Protest was given for restoration of old pension, education friends raised slogans
  • Gautam Gambhir received death threats for the second time in 24 hours, sent a video made outside the house
  • Delhi government’s decision, schools and colleges are going to open from this day
  • Delhi Violence: Court frames charges against father and son, there is a case of arson in the mosque
  • Delhi: No relief from pollution to the capital, poisonous air reached in very bad condition
  • Schools and colleges will open in Delhi from November 29, the level of pollution has come down
  • Why is Gautam Gambhir on target of ISIS? Gives open statements against Pakistan
  • Ayodhya included in the Chief Minister’s pilgrimage scheme of Delhi government, the first train will go on December 3
  • Delhi Air Pollution: Supreme Court asked- ‘Act of God’ reduced Delhi’s pollution, but for how long?
  • Former cricketer-MP Gautam Gambhir received death threats from ISIS Kashmir, police complaint filed
  • When the delta variant of coronavirus was wreaking havoc in the country, the vaccine was 50% effective: Lascent study

english summary

CBSE simplified the admission process for students studying from foreign board

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply