The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced Class 10, 12 supplementary exam dates 2023. While Class 10 supplementary exams will be held on July 17, Class 12 supplementary exams will begin from July 17 and the detailed datesheet will be provided later. The board has asked schools to submit the list of candidates and provided the eligibility criteria, fee structure, process of applying, and subjects for which exams will be held.
Schools will have to submit the list of candidates through the Pariksha Sangam link. “Only those students whose name is submitted through the online process shall be allowed to appear for supplementary examinations, 2023,” said CBSE in an official notice.
CBSE Supplementary Exams 2023: Dates, Fee Structure
|Fee slab||Fee per student||Schedule for online submissions||Schedule for fee payment|
|Schools in India||Schools in Nepal||Schools outside India|
|Without late fee||Rs 300 per subject||Rs 1,000 per subject||Rs 2,000 per subject||June 1 to June 15||Date of finalisation of LOC date + 2 days|
|With late fee||Rs 2,000 (in addition to fee)||June 16 to June 17||Date of finalisation of LOC date + 2 days|
Schools will have to pay the fee through debit card or credit card or NEFT or RTGS or SWIFT.
How to Submit List of Candidates?
- Generate of list of candidates placed in compartment category from school login
- Select roll number and subject of student
- Finalise the selected candidate and note application ID
- Pay the online fee
- Generate the final list and keep a copy
Students will get only three chances to pass CBSE supplementary exams. “Students who appeared in session 2021-22 in full subjects either as regular students through schools affiliated to the board or as private students, and their result was declared as “compartment” and they could also not pass in compartment 2022 exams (1st chance) and 2023 examinations (2nd chance), all such students are eligible to apply only as private students for 3rd and last chance in supplementary examinations 2023,” CBSE notice said.
The supplementary exams will be based on CBSE syllabus for board exams 2023. CBSE will inform about the dates of admit cards separately.