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CBSE schools begin enrolment of Class XI students on provisional basis


RANCHI: Several CBSE schools in Ranchi have started their registration process for Class XI admissions and are enrolling students on a provisional basis. Their admission will be finalised on the basis of the marks they obtain in their Class X exams.

Earlier this month, CBSE cancelled the Class X board exams in the wake of the surge in Covid-19 cases. The Class X results will be prepared on the basis of an objective criterion to be developed by the Board. Any candidate who is not satisfied with the marks allocated to him/her on this basis will be given the chance to take an exam as and when the conditions are conducive to hold exams.

An official at the Delhi Public School said that their online registration system is receiving a good response. “The registration process will end on June 9, following which, the students have to take an aptitude test and they will be enrolled on a provisional basis if they qualify that test. The final selection would be done on the basis of the cut-off marks fixed for each stream,” the official added.

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The official further said that no decision has been taken yet regarding the cut-off marks but the school will be liberal in this regard this year in view of the Covid situation. Last year, the eligibility criteria for enrolling in science was above 95% and above 90 % for commerce students.

Sashank Shekhar, who is a senior teacher of Jawahar Vidya Mandir Shyamli, said, “The registration process will continue till May 31 after which an online examination will be held for taking admission in Class XI.” In its website, the school stated that it would keep a few seats reserved for those who choose to take the Class X board exam as and when it is conducted by CBSE.

Sarla Birla High School has not taken a decision yet on whether to hold an aptitude test before enrolling students in Class XI on a provisional basis. Last year, the school had scrapped the aptitude test for enrolling new students due to the Covid situation. This year, according to a school official, students securing above 82% and above 75% are eligible for admission in science and commerce streams, respectively.

Piyush Kumar of Guru Nanak Higher Secondary School said that the online registration for taking admission in Class XI students started a few days back. The cut-off marks for final selection have not been decided yet, he added.





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