The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE on its official website has released an important notice related to class 10 and 12 board exams. The exams are expected to be conducted in March and April 2023. The Board earlier instructed schools to submit the list of candidates (LOC) who are going to appear for the board exams next year. Schools were also told to make sure that all the details mentioned were cross-checked. However, after the submission of LOC, schools are requesting CBSE to correct some of the students’ details.
CBSE in the notice mentioned, “Such requests show that schools were not serious while finalizing LOC as data was filled in by them more than a year at the time of registration in class IX/XI. Looking into the request raised by schools, Board has developed an online system for proposing the corrections in data through Pariksha Sangam. Schools can log in using their allotted user ID and password.”
CBSE Boards: Important Dates
|30 November 2022
|Deadline to make changes
|12 December 2022
Schools should know that no more opportunity will be given to them, therefore, they should make sure to correct the required details. Schools should also know that complete change of name of candidate will not be allowed. Only correction will be allowed. All CBSE-affiliated schools have been directed to complete their correction process before the last date. The responsibility of submitting the LOC is on the head of the institutes.
About Centralized Admission Master Correction Portal
Centralized Admission Master Correction Portal (CAMC) module is designed and developed by CBSE. This Correction module is used for correction in data of class X and XII. This correction will be done by the school and the same will be sent to Regional Officer for further approval. Once it is approved it will be updated in the school LOC.