CBSE Class 10 and 12 Supplementary Exam 2024: Full Time Table

Updated on June 10, 2024 4:49 pm

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has officially announced the supplementary exam dates for Class 10 and Class 12 students for the year 2024. This announcement brings a ray of hope for students aiming to improve their scores and for those who could not pass the main exams.

In this comprehensive guide, we will provide you with all the essential information about the CBSE Class 10 and 12 Supplementary Exam 2024, including the detailed time tables, key dates, and important notes to ensure you are well-prepared.

Key Dates to Remember

To ensure you don’t miss any critical deadlines, here are the key dates for the supplementary exams:

31st May to 15th June, 2024CBSE Class 10 Supplementary Exam Registration
15th June, 2024Last date for submitting LOC (Local Examination Centre) for Class 12 Supplementary Exam
15th July to 22nd July, 2024CBSE Class 10 Supplementary Exam Dates
15th July, 2024CBSE Class 12 Supplementary Exam Date
August 2024Tentative release of CBSE Class 10 and 12 Supplementary Exam Results

CBSE Class 10 Supplementary Exam Time Table

The supplementary exams for Class 10 will commence on 15th July, 2024. Here is the detailed schedule:

15th July, 2024 Social Sciences
16th July, 2024Hindi Course A and Course B
18th July, 2024Science
19th July, 2024Mathematics Standard and Basic
20th July, 2024 English Communicative and Language and Literature
22nd July, 2024Language papers (Sanskrit, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Manipuri, and Bodo), Computer Applications, and Information Technology

CBSE Class 12 Supplementary Exam Time Table

For Class 12 students, the supplementary exam will be held on a single day:

15th July, 2024All subjects

Exam Timings

The exam timings are as follows:

  • 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM: Most subjects for both Class 10 and Class 12
  • 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM: Computer Applications and Information Technology for Class 10

Eligibility Criteria

Understanding the eligibility criteria is crucial for students planning to appear for the supplementary exams:

Class 10:

  • Students who have failed in one or two subjects but passed all other subjects are eligible to apply for the supplementary exams.
  • Students in the “Eligible for Improvement of Performance (EIOP)” category can also apply.

Class 12:

  • Only those who have failed in one subject in the 2024 CBSE Class 12 board exams are eligible for the supplementary exams.
  • Students who have failed in two or more subjects will need to reappear for the entire board exam.

Application Process

Registration Period:

  • The registration period for the supplementary exams runs from 31st May, 2024 to 15th June, 2024.
  • Late registration is available from 16th June to 17th June, 2024 with an additional fee.

Application Fees:

  • For students in India, the fee is INR 300 per subject.
  • For students in Nepal, the fee is INR 1000 per subject.
  • For students residing outside India (excluding Nepal), the fee is INR 2000 per subject.

Submission Process:

  • Regular students must apply through their respective schools.
  • Private candidates can apply online via the official CBSE website.

Admit Card

Admit cards will be issued a few weeks before the exam date. Students can download their admit cards from the CBSE website using their application number, ID, and password.

Steps to Download Admit Card

  1. Visit the official CBSE website.
  2. Navigate to the “Pariksha Sangam” tab and select “Schools.”
  3. Click on “Exam Activities” and then the link for the compartment LOC admit card.
  4. Log in with your ID and password.
  5. Download and print the admit card.

Results

The results for the supplementary exams are expected to be declared in August 2024. Students can check their results on the official CBSE website using their roll number.

Preparing for the Supplementary Exams

As you gear up for the supplementary exams, here are a few tips to help you succeed:

  • Study Plan: Create a detailed study plan focusing on the subjects you need to improve.
  • Past Papers: Practice with past exam papers to understand the exam pattern and identify areas of weakness.
  • Healthy Routine: Maintain a healthy routine with balanced meals, adequate sleep, and regular breaks to keep your mind fresh.
  • Seek Help: Don’t hesitate to seek help from teachers or peers if you’re struggling with certain topics.

Conclusion

The CBSE supplementary exams are a second chance to improve your scores and secure a brighter future. Make the most of this opportunity by preparing diligently and staying informed about all the important dates and procedures. Remember, every step you take towards better preparation brings you closer to your goal. Good luck!

By following this guide and staying focused, you can confidently face the CBSE supplementary exams and achieve the results you desire.

For more updates and detailed information, always refer to the official CBSE website.

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