The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), has notified all the Centre Superintendents to let the private candidates appear in the respective exams, even if their admit card for the examination has not been duly signed by the Principal.
However, only those private candidates will be allowed for the examination whose admit card will carry the signature of their parent and student on the same provided for the signature of the principal.
The CBSE said that it is being done to avoid undue hardship to the private candidates who will be appearing for Class 10 and 12 Board examination.
“In order to avoid undue hardship to private candidates who are going to appear in Class X & XII Examinations-2020, all the Centre Superintendents of the Examination Centres, are instructed to allow private candidates to appear in the respective examination(s), even if their admit card has not been signed by the Principal,” said Dr Sanyam Bhardwaj, Controller of Examinations, as per the reports.
“However, parent & candidate must have signed on Admit Card in the space provided for the same,” he added.