The list of equivalence of classes 10 and 12 of foreign boards with similar classes of CBSE has also been released on the board’s website cbse.gov.in.
If the name of the Board from where a student is coming from India (CBSE) is available in the list, the school may grant admission to the student, if otherwise eligible. Now no approval from the board is required for admitting a foreign board student.
Since admissions are given to students of other boards on the basis of similarity of classes of two different boards, every time students are shifting from foreign boards to CBSE, they are asked to grant approval to take admission in classes. Apply to CBSE through school. 9 to 12 on the basis of equality.
“In the post-corona pandemic period, many families are relocating to India due to various reasons. Hence, many students studying abroad in foreign boards are joining CBSE affiliated schools. Keeping in view the present circumstances and problems of these students and their families, CBSE has decided that henceforth, students do not require such prior approval from the Board for taking admission in CBSE affiliated schools. a statement.