CBSE 12th Improvement Exam Rules and Regulation | 2014-15

As you should already be knowing that this is one of the most popular, most searched and an evergreen post on this blog and on WWW as well.

I suggest you to visit CBSE Improvement FAQ’S to clear any more doubt or you may also want to know about Admit Cards or may be about CBSE 10th Improvement Rules 2015

CBSE Improvement Exam takes place succeeding year when you give class 12th board exams. The exam is same as regular board exams and you get a whole year to prepare for the improvement exam.

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CBSE 12th Improvement Exam Admit Card 2014-15

This tutorial helps you to get an info about CBSE Improvement Exam Admit Card 2014-15. Hope it helps. Also consider similar posts that i had written on CBSE 12th Improvement Rules, CBSE 12th Improvement FAQ’S and CBSE 10th Improvement (EIOP) Rules
Candidates (For Improvement Exam, Compartment Exam and Private Candidates) willing to sit in examinations conducted by board will receive an intimation letter from CBSE pertaining to roll number and examination centre. Candidates are requested to show the letter at the examination centre they are allotted to collect their admit card from the centre itself.
Further you have to show this letter and collect your Admit Card and verify your date sheet from the above noted centre, from 15th February onwards. Please check all entries of your admit card including photo and in case of any discrepancy contact the CBSE office immediately on third (IIIrd) floor in case of Class XII and fourth (IVth) floor in case of Class X.

CBSE Admit card 2013 will soon be released by the Central Board of Secondary Education on their official website. So, students looking for CBSE admit card or Hall Ticket 2015 should visit this page frequently for regular updates or can follow the official website of CBSE for getting the required information on CBSE admit Card 2013.
The admit card of CBSE Improvement Exam will may or may not be posted to your homes, It depends on your CBSE region. If you get a letter from CBSE about your new exam center then you may have to collect your admit card from there.
Students appearing for CBSE Improvement Exam will get a letter from CBSE informing them about the exam center allotted to them. Then students will have to contact the exam center and collect the admit card from their respective exam centers. You may receive the admit card by post itself.
You will have to confirm from the respective exam center that weather they have collected the admit cards from the CBSE for you or not. Generally they collect the admit cards from CBSE by 15th February and allow students to collect admit cards from there by 25th February. Kindly note that these dates can change and you should contact your exam center as soon as you get the letter from CBSE.
If you don’t get the admit card even 2-3 days before the exam then you should Contact CBSE offices at your nearby location.

CBSE Private Candidate Admit Card 2014 

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) governs the regular as well as private exams for providing the comprehensive education to the students. The private exams are for those students who have not managed to pass the regular exam and want to reappear in the subsequent Board Exam. The private forms can be filled in for the class 10th and class 12th standards. The forms are made available in the regional offices of the CBSE in the months of Sept/Oct. it can be obtained by filling up the Application Form, three photographs of passport size and paying the charges within the last date. The Admit Card for the exams can be obtained from the official website or from the Regional Offices of the CBSE.

Procedure to Download Admit Card for CBSE Private Exam: 

1. Visit the official link of the CBSE and open the link for the CBSE Private Admit Card for Class 10th or Class 12th. 
2. Enter the details such as Name, Date of Birth, and Father’s Name Etc. in the spaces provided and gets the Admit Card through online. 
3. Print this Admission Card so as to bring it on the exam dates. Information regarding Admit Card for the private exam can also be received from the Regional Offices of the CBSE and in case, the Admit Card is lost, it can be issued from the R.O against the submission of application and charges required. 
NOTE: The Admit Card for the theory paper exams should be retained till the marks card or qualifying status for the exam is received. Students can get more info regarding CBSE Private Admit Card from the Official Website of the CBSE: