CBSE conducts compartment exam for students who could not pass in one or two subjects in class 10 or 12 board exams. The board give 3 chances to such students to clear the CBSE Compartment Exam. Otherwise, such students will be dropped into the Failed Section, and they will have to be readmitted to their previous class.
When Class 10th and 12th board exam result are announced, many students pass the exam with high scores while some not. So, for those students who could not able to score passing marks in one or maximum two subjects have another chance to reappear for the exam through compartment exam. In this article, students will find the complete detail on CBSE Compartment Exam 2021.
CBSE Compartment Exam Begins from 25th August 2021
CBSE has released a notification regarding the procedure of private candidates of Class 10 and 12 for compartment/improvement examination August-September 2021. As per the circular, the compartment and the optional exams for students of class 10 and 12 will start from 25th August 2021. The board has also released the Compartment Exam Date Sheet 2021 for Class 10 and 12. Students who were registered for Main examinations 2021 will only be allowed to appear in this examination. CBSE will not accept any fresh applications.
CBSE Compartment Rules
The Class 10 and 12 private candidates of session 2020-21 belonging to following categories will be eligible to appear in main examination:
(a) Failed Candidate of Previous Years
(b) Improvement of Performance Cases
(c) Additional Subjects
(d) 2nd Chance Compartment (Candidates of 2019)
(e) 2nd Chance Compartment (Candidates of 2020)
(f) Private Special Case
Students can get the complete detail of CBSE Compartment Rules by downloading the notification pdf provided below. The circular pdf also contains the detail on subjects for compartment examination Class 10 and 12.
The board has also released the notification for the online submission of LOC in respect of regular candidates of Class 10 and 12 for compartment/improvement examination August-September 2021. The optional and compartment exam for 10th and 12th are scheduled from 25th August 2021. Therefore, the schedule will be the same for Regular and Private candidates.
Some students have been placed in RP (Repeat in Practical) category in few subjects in Class 12 result. All these students have to appear in practical examinations / Internal Assessment/ Project Assessment and compulsorily in theory examination also. Students can download the entire circular pdf from the link below:
Get Complete Details of CBSE Compartment Exam
Students can get the complete detail on CBSE Compartment exam application form, eligibility criteria, exam fees, date sheet, admit card and result by clicking on the links below.
- Regular Candidates appearing through schools
- Private Candidates applying directly through the CBSE website
- How to Fill CBSE Compartment Exam Application Form 2021
- CBSE Optional Exam 2021 Details
- CBSE Compartment Exam Eligibility Criteria 2021
- Compartment Exam Admit Card 2021
- CBSE Compartment Exam Dates 2021
- Tips to Prepare for CBSE Compartment Exam
- CBSE Compartment Exam Result
CBSE Compartment Exam Online Application 2021
Regular students who want to appear in the compartment exam need to visit their respective schools for the process of the compartment exam. The School Admin will fill CBSE Compartment Exam application forms on the official website. Whereas, Private students will have to apply via an online process. Students can apply at the CBSE website (www.cbseonline.ernet.in) by entering the admit card information.
CBSE has issued the information for appearing in compartment examinations for regular and private candidates.
- For Regular Candidates appearing through schools
- For Private Candidates applying directly through the CBSE website
Regular candidates appearing through schools for compartment Exam 2021
For regular candidates, schools have to submit List of Candidates (LOC) both for Class XII and Class X through e-Pariksha platform. To fill the form, schools can visit the official website – https://www.cbse.gov.in/
Only those candidates whose name is submitted through the online process will be allowed to appear for the exam, which is to be conducted in August-September 2021. Schools will be informed about the date of downloading of the admit cards later by the board.
Private Candidates applying directly through CBSE website
Students can apply by entering the admit card and other details as asked by visiting the official website.
How to Fill CBSE Compartment Exam Application Form 2021
For students’ convenience, we have mentioned the steps to fill the compartment exam application form 2021.
1) Keep your previous information ready before applying, like admit card and marks statement having information about your main examination.
2) Fill in all the details carefully. On submission, you will be shown the application no. Note down the application number for future references.
3) Upload your scanned Photo and Signature image using the “Upload Image” option.
4) Go to the “Fee Payment” option and pay the fee online.
5) Go to “Generate Confirmation Page” option to generate the confirmation page.
Schools can also direct and help such “Private Candidates” in applying online and filling the application form.
CBSE Optional Exam 2021 Details
CBSE will conduct the optional examination 2021 for the students whose results have been declared based on the assessment scheme. Students are allowed to appear in these optional examinations to improve their performance if they wish so. Marks obtained by students in optional examinations 2021 will be treated as final.
Optional Examinations are proposed to be conducted in the month of August-September 2021 along with the Compartment examination. Online submission of forms by Private Candidates of Class-XII for the Optional Examination, i.e. whose result has been declared based on the assessment scheme and wish to improve their performance has been provided below.
The online submission of LOC for Regular Candidates of Class-XII whose result has been declared based on the assessment scheme and wish to improve their performance has also been available on CBSE website.
CBSE Compartment Exam 2021 Eligibility Criteria
- A student can appear 3 times for a compartment exam in a continuous session.
- Students can only appear in those subjects in which he/she got compartment. No other subjects will be entertained by the board.
- Syllabus for the exam will remain the same.
- If students have passed the practical exam of a certain subject, he or she will only have to go through the written compartment exam. But students failing both in the practical and written exam will have to give compartment exams for both.
Students can also get to know on how to calculate the CGPA from the grade points obtained in the board exams.
With the declaration of the Class 12 result, CBSE has also released the FAQs on exam results and compartment exam. Here, we have listed a few of the Frequently Asked Questions. To get all the FAQs related to the Compartment Exam, students can download the pdf provided above.
Q1) When will the compartment examination be held?
Ans: The compartment examination will be held in August-September 2021. The optional and compartment exams 2021 for class 10 and 12 are starting from 25th August 2021.
Q2) When can the form for compartment examination be filled?
Ans: The form filling dead line os over. Now, only those students who were registered for the Main Examinations 2021 will be allowed to appear in the exam.
Q3) What is the procedure if any candidate is not satisfied with the marks?
Ans: The candidates of Class 10 and 12 can apply for the below processes
- Verification of marks
- Obtain copy of the evaluated answer book
Compartment Exam Admit Card 2021
CBSE will soon release the admit card for compartment exam 2021 on the official website. CBSE Compartment Exam Admit Card 2021 for Class 10 and Class 12 can be downloaded by both regular and private students once the link is open. Regular students can also collect CBSE Compartment Admit Card 2021 from their respective institutes/schools.
Steps to Download The Admit Card 2021
- Visit the official website and click on the link that says “Admit card for regular candidates for compartment exam 2021 | Private Candidate”.
- You will be redirected to a new window.
- You can also direct access the link by clicking on https://cbseit.in/cbse/web/comptt/schlogin.aspx for regular candidate and https://cbseit.in/cbse/web/comptt/pvtAdmCard.aspx for private candidate.
- Fill in the required information as asked.
- Click on submit button and the admit card will be displayed on your screen
- You can take a print out and keep it for future reference
Highlights of Compartment Exam Admit Card 2021
- Regular students will get their admit card from their school administration.
- Private students can download their admit card from the official website of CBSE, i.e. cbse.nic.in.
- School administration can download the admit card once the LOC goes live.
- Students with any query can contact the IT unit of their concerned regional offices.
CBSE Compartment Exam Dates 2021
The board has also released the compartment exam date sheet 2021 for class 10 and 12 students. The class 10 and 12 compartment exams are starting from 25th August 2021. To get the compartment exam dates, download the date sheet pdf from the link below.
Tips to Prepare for CBSE Compartment Exam
Students who could not able to obtain the passing marks got an another opportunity to appear for the exam. Now, at this time they should not leave any stone unturned in their preparation. They should burn the midnight oil to score good marks in compartment exam. The easiest way to clear the compartment exam is by solving the previous years compartment exam papers. Doing so, will give an idea to the student on important topics and the difficulty level of the paper. So, to help them prepare well, we have provided the CBSE compartment exam question papers of the year 2019 and 2018 along with the marking scheme for class 10 and 12. The marking scheme contains the answers of the compartment papers.
CBSE Compartment Exam Previous Years Question Paper and Marking Scheme – Download PDF
Students can easily download CBSE Compartment Exam Question Paper and Marking Schemes of 2020, 2019 and 2018 by clicking the links mentioned below:
CBSE Compartment Question Paper and Marking Scheme 2020
CBSE Compartment Question Paper and Marking Scheme 2019
CBSE Compartment Exam Question Paper and Marking Scheme 2018
|CBSE Class 10 Compartment Exam 2018 Papers and Solutions|
|Class 10 Maths Compartment Question Paper||Maths Marking Scheme|
|Class 10 Science Compartment Question Paper||Science Marking Scheme|
|CBSE Class 12 Compartment Exam 2018 Papers and Solutions|
|Class 12 Physics Compartment Question Paper||Physics Marking Scheme|
|Class 12 Chemistry Compartment Question Paper||Chemistry Marking Scheme|
|Class 12 Maths Compartment Question Paper||Maths Marking Scheme|
|Class 12 Biology Compartment Question Paper||Biology Marking Scheme|
CBSE Compartment Exam Results 2021
The result for the CBSE Compartment exams 2021 will be available on the official website after the conduct of examination. Students can check their result status and marks obtained once the link is open on the CBSE website. Here, we are providing all the details to check the CBSE compartment exam result 2021.
How to Check CBSE Compartment Exam Result 2021
Here are the steps to check the result status:
- Visit the Home page of CBSE (http://cbse.nic.in/).
- Click on the link that says “Click for CBSE Results”.
- A new page will open. Select class 10 or class 12 and click on the result link.
- Again a new page will open. Students have to enter the details like roll number, date of birth, school number, centre number, admit card id to check the CBSE Class 10 Compartment 2021 Result.
- Then click on submit button. The result will get displayed on the computer screen.
Students must check their marks obtained in the subjects. Download and print the result PDF for future reference.
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