CBSE Makes Big Announcement For International Students, Says No Prior Approval Needed For Admission in CBSE Affiliated Schools

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New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education on Thursday made a major announcement for international students. It said that students studying abroad in foreign Boards no longer require prior approval from CBSE to take admission in the schools that are affiliated to the Board.Also Read – DU Admission Big Update: University To Put Out Special Cut-Off List for UG Courses

The step has been taken as many students studying outside country in different Boards have been joining CBSE affiliated schools recently after their families have been moving back home in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic. Also Read – CBSE Term 1 10th & 12th Board Exam 2021-22: Exam Guidelines, Sample Paper, Revised Syllabus | Details

“Many students studying abroad in foreign Boards are joining schools affiliated with CBSE…CBSE has decided that now onward, no prior approval is required by the students from the Board to seek admission in the schools affiliated to the CBSE,” news agency ANI reported quoting the Central Board of Secondary Education. Also Read – SC to Hear on Dec 6 Plea Seeking Direction to CBSE to Maintain Original Results

Read the full notification released by CBSE here:

In a circular issued to the principals and heads of schools affiliated with the board, CBSE asked them to assist the students seeking admission in their schools.

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