Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will release the admit card for private candidates in the month of February 2020. The admit card will be made available for online downloading on CBSE official website. The process of filling up the online private candidate application form is still going on. Students who want to apply for the admission of class 10 or 12 as a private candidate must finish the application form process till 30th September 2019. Here, we have provided the details on how a private candidate can obtain the CBSE Private Candidate Admit Card for 2020 exam.
How to Download CBSE Private Candidate Admit Card
Students can download the CBSE private candidate admit card 2020 from the official site once the link is active. Follow the steps below to download the private candidate admit card.
Step 1: Go through the official CBSE site or visit the link (https://cbseonline.ernet.in/pvtform/pvtAdmCard.aspx).
Step 2: A page as shown below will open on the screen.
Step 3: Students have three options to download the admit card. They can choose either Application number, Previous roll no. and year, candidate name.
Step 4: If Students are choosing application number then they have to provide the application number.
Step 5: Students have to provide the previous year roll no. and year if they are choosing previous roll no. and year option.
Step 6: If a student chooses candidate name then he/she has to enter the details like candidate name, mother’s name and father’s name.
Step 7: After this, click on proceed button.
Step 8: The admit card for the private candidate will be available on the screen.
Download the admit card and take a print out of it. Also, read the instructions that are provided in the admit card. We will keep updating CBSE private candidate with the latest information such as exam datesheet, result, private candidate marksheet.
The exam for the private candidate will be conducted along with the regular students. The exam is scheduled to take place for class 10 and class 12 in the month of February/March/April 2020. So, students have enough time to prepare for the exam. They must utilise this time efficiently and should not leave any stone unturned for their exam preparation. They can get all the study material such as CBSE Syllabus, Previous Year Question Papers, NCERT Solutions, Sample Papers compiled at one place in BYJU’S.