How to get CBSE Duplicate Certificates and Marksheets.

June 17, 2012 by cbsezone · Leave a Comment
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Many of the students have asked questions relating to duplicate certificates of CBSE in comments and by messaging us.

If you have lost your original certificates of CBSE, whether it is a Certificate of Marks, Passing Certificate or the certificate of Date of Birth, then you can get another one from CBSE by following the given procedure.

Procedure for Obtaining the Duplicate Certificates -

1. For each of the required certificates, download the application form from CBSE’s website. Link to which is given here -> DOWNLOAD

(So if you want Certificate of passing and Statement of Marks in duplciate, you need to submit two of the above application forms)

2. If you are requesting a duplicate copy of a Qualifying Certificate then you also need to a file an affidavit of Rs 10 on a non-judicial stamp paper. The specimen of which is given in the form above. This affidavit must be attested by a First Class Magistrate or a Notary Public.

3. A draft for press notification of the loss of your certificates is also given in the form. You can publish this in a newspaper to inform the public as to the loss of certificates. A copy of the press clipping can be attached to the application form.

4. File the application form along with fees as per the details given below in this post to

In case of examination year up to 2002 – Dy. Secretary, Central Board of Secondary Education, Todarmal Marg, Ajmer (Rajasthan)
In case of examination year after 2002 – Your concerned Regional Office, the address and number of which is mentioned in the application form above.

Note – If you belong in the Chennai Region and the examination year is after 1991, you have to apply to Chennai Regional Office Only.

5. Receive the documents within about 15 days (excluding holidays).

Fees for Obtaining the Duplicate Certificates -

1. For duplicate copy of a certificate – Rs. 50

2. For a migration Certificate – Rs. 50

3. For certificate of Date of Birth – Rs. 50

4. For a Provisional Certificate – Rs. 50

5. For duplicate copy of Statement of Marks – Rs. 50

6. If certificate is required withing 2 days (excluding holidays) an additional fees of Rs. 50 is required.

7. For certificates required by post – Rs. 20 (for local candidates) or Rs. 30 (for outstation candidates)

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Forgot CBSE Roll Number – How to obtain Roll Number

June 15, 2012 by cbsezone · Leave a Comment
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Many students have messaged us with a common problem that they have forgotten their CBSE roll numbers.

CBSE roll numbers are required if you want to get a duplicate mark sheet or a dupicate pass certificate. However, because they have forgotten their roll number, they are unable to get the said certificates.

To resolve this problem – the quickest and the safest option is to contact your school. Schools usually maintain a batch wise result list and getting your roll number would be pretty easy.

Also, you can try and contact your classmates who will be able to confirm the roll numbers they had and then you can approximate what series roll number was there for you.

If this fails, then you can try and contact your college who would usually keep the photocopies of your marksheet/pass certificate in their office records.

However the safest option is still to get your roll number through the school result list which CBSE generates every year. It is also available online when the results are declared and a copy is kept by the school.

If all else fails, you can write to CBSE Helpline and discuss with them the situation and they will guide you on what steps you can take to recover your roll number. You may need to prove your identity and your request will take some time to process.

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Online Generation of LOC (List of Candidates) for Class X and XII for 2011 Exam pertaining to Local Schools of Delhi and Foreign Schools (Delhi Region)

January 21, 2011 by cbsezone · Leave a Comment
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The List of Candidates of Class 10th and Class 12th for the 2011 examinations of CBSE can now be generated online. This however is available only for Delhi Region. In the link given below, you just need to enter the user id and password which you had created at the time of your online registration of the relevant class (9th, 10th, 11th and 12th) and you will receive the LOC details.

This online generation is hailed by students as it helps facilitate their roll number queries.

Visit –

to check yours out.

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CBSE Class 12 Results announced of Delhi, Guwahati and Allahabad regions

May 21, 2010 by cbsezone · Leave a Comment
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Class 12 CBSE Results of Chennai, Ajmer and Panchkula regions have been announced.

You can view them on :-

Good luck!

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CBSE Class 12 Results 2010 announced of Chennai, Ajmer and Panchkula regions

May 19, 2010 by cbsezone · Leave a Comment
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Class 12 CBSE Results of Chennai, Ajmer and Panchkula regions have been announced.

You can view them on :-

Good luck!

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Cut the lectures, let them speak and evolve – CBSE’s new mantra

April 21, 2010 by cbsezone · Leave a Comment
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CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) is now going to reform their existing education system by cutting down the teacher-talking time and advised them to utilize that time for the facilitation of students. This curriculum will be applied for class IX and X. The board has asked to concentrate on classroom interaction among the students, query round during the discussion to encourage the pupils to take participate, and to motivate their ideas and justify their views.

Teachers have been advised to talk less in class and try to adopt the constructive approach for the student’s development and learning. Neera Chopra, a consultant for education in Delhi says that these guidelines will give chance to teachers to adopt new teaching methods but some schools still advocate their existing teaching styles. Some of the surveys show that children are able to learn only 60% from the textbooks and they feel very bore with the teacher’s current teaching pattern. The aim of the teacher should be to guide the students to go to right place for the information not by giving them examples from the textbooks.

Despite of all the benefits these guidelines seem to break several barriers by focusing on the doing which makes the rote learning infeasible. There is also chance of loss of spontaneity of teachers and their tendency to innovate the students in the classroom. These instructions must be taken as structures and not guidelines otherwise the creativity of teachers will lost. These instructions should be taken as just like a structure which a teacher can frame their pedagogy upon.

What do you think about this? Will it help you as a student, or is this crushing the established regime of studies?

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Delhi University the best in India says recent survey

April 21, 2010 by cbsezone · Leave a Comment
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A recent survey that has been conducted has produced the research that Delhi University has been listed to be the best among the top 20 universities in India. This has been closely followed by the University of Bombay and the Jawaharlal Nehru University. Others that followed on that list included Jadavpur University, Pune University, Banaras Hindu University, University of Calcutta, Aligarh University, Hyderabad University, Aligarh Muslim University, University of Vellore, Osmania University and the Punjab University.

These have been rated among the top universities of the nation, categorized according to various aspects of their academic work, contribution, researches, infrastructure and diverse features. All these universities came to be measured according to their basis of reputation as well, their learning environment, the facilities given to the people, laboratories, equipments as well as different programs and exchange fellowship processes. Their faculty and competence also came into consideration in bringing the best out of these universities.

Jawaharlal Nehru University has been among the top list of most important and influencing universities in India. It is situated in New Delhi and has been one of the most prestigious universities right along with Delhi University. Both these universities in Delhi offers wide variations of choices and studies as well as research options that can be carried on from wide arrays of streams. JNU, just like DU, offers wide arrays of choices in fields of studies from undergraduates to post graduates, Mphil and research oriented options. There are diverse schools and academics boards under both the universities all of which have been creating great ways for students to follow their choicest fields.

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Delhi Technological University will use AIEEE exam scores to admit students

April 19, 2010 by cbsezone · Leave a Comment
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Delhi Technological University (DTU), formerly called Delhi College of Engineering (DCE) is going to start the admission procedure for the B. Tech program in fourteen full time courses. The admission will be based on the rank scored by the student in All India Engineering Entrance Examination-2010 which is conducted by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) every year.

The scheduled date of this year’s AIEEE exam is April 25.

Delhi College of Engineering is one the finest Institution of India so you have a chance to get the admission in this reputed College but for this you have to work very hard and have to clear the AIEEE. A degree from DTU holds a very prestigious position, but for this you will have to work hard and clear your AIEEE. Delhi Technological University is going to include the following disciplines in their curriculum:

  1. Electronics and Communication Engineering.
  2. Computer Engineering.
  3. Electrical Engineering.
  4. Mechanical Engineering.
  5. Civil Engineering.
  6. Production and Industrial Engineering.
  7. Environmental Engineering.
  8. Polymer Science and Chemical Technology.
  9. Information Technology.
  10. Bio-Technology.
  11. Software Engineering.
  12. Engineering Physics.
  13. Automobile Engineering.
  14. Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

The total number of seats for the all the above courses are 910 out of which 85% seats are reserved for candidates who belong to Delhi (those who have passed qualifying examination from Delhi/NCR) and remaining 15% seats are available for the rest of the students. Delhi Technological University will conduct their own counseling for admission procedure in the defined courses.

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A single All-India entrance examination for Engineering

April 19, 2010 by cbsezone · Leave a Comment
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Well, this will come out as good news for Science students in India who plan to be engineers. All the directors of IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) have now made a committee which plans to conduct a single entrance examination conducted throughout India for admissions in engineering colleges.

If this proposal is accepted, then students, which have to undertake different examinations like IIT-JEE ( IIT Joint Entrance Examination)and AIEEE (All India Engineering Entrance Examination) which is conducted by CBSE, will now have to take only one exam.

According to S.C. Saxena, director IIT-Roorkee, this new exam will be more focused on the analytical skills of the student and will also give weightage to the class 12 board marks, so that students take Class 12 seriously.

This is to correct the fact that students ignore Class 12 results and concentrate more on preparing for different entrance examinations which is very common these days because there is no weightage for Class 12 marks.

This move has been hailed by many students, which say that this will reduce the pressure of giving different examination.

On the other hand there are a few who say that this will increase the competition a lot.

Well, it remains to be seen whether this exam will bring relief to the students or increase the pressure further.

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CBSE going autonomous soon

April 19, 2010 by cbsezone · Leave a Comment
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The ministry of human resource department is going to convert the board of premier school to a statutory body and final decision will be taken after consulting with the experts. If all goes in the right direction then CBSE will become the first board in the country which will be established by an act of Parliament. The board will get more freedom and will achieve excellence after the passing of the bill.

Till now CBSE acts as a registered society whose main concerned is conducting the board exam and announcing the result of the students. But after this CBSE will become a statutory board having more important work to do.  Now, CBSE just obeys the rules of human resource department and is not free to take their own decisions but this bill will help them to take their own decisions. Board will still perform the task of conducting the exam but also affiliate the schools in India as well as in abroad.

The new bill will increase the financial status of board as well. The board will recommend books for study and will set up new rules for the regulation of teachers and students. After becoming the statutory body the orders of board will have more impact. The board will have the authority to prescribe new courses for the institutions. The teachers will be appointed only after fulfilling the qualification criteria of the board. So the board will have more authority and will be more responsible for the education status of the country.

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