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11th February 2015, 06:19 PM
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Is it necessary to change school board for doing 11th and 12th after giving the 10th exam?


Is there any rule that if a child is appearing for board exam then he/she have to change her board from cbse to any other board?and he or she have to go to other school other than k.v. or cbse? i m vry much confused.....can't we give board exam and stay on the same school? or is there need of change of school?




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11th February 2015, 10:19 PM
Saikiranreddy47475
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Default Re: Is it necessary to change school board for doing 11th and 12th after giving the 10th exam?

No, it is not mandatory to change your school board from CBSE to ISC or to any other State Board. You can pursue your 11th and 12th standards from the same board in which you have pursued your 10th standard. Some school boards offers only up to 10th standard, at this time you need to change from your 10th board to any other board which offers 11th and 12th standards. If your school board offers 11th and 12th standards, then, you continue pursue your 11th and 12th standard from the same board.
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16th February 2015, 12:58 AM
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Default Re: Is it necessary to change school board for doing 11th and 12th after giving the 10th exam?

There is no such rule to change board after the exams. You can continue whichever board you are studying in right now. People change the board after 10th class for their own reasons. Some think ISC is more valuable and hence make the change. Some think state board is more lenient in correcting the answer sheets and hence they change the board to get more marks in 12th class. But it is a personal choice. CBSE is very valuable and valid all over the country. You don't need to change the board at all.
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