CBSE Improvement Exam Forms 2014 – All regions download
CBSE Improvement Exam 2014 forms are now available for purchase all over India. Students can get the forms from regional CBSE Offices or from a few selected syndicate bank branches. Students can purchase the form or they can download it from CBSE’s Website. Links to the 2014 forms are given below:
CBSE Improvement Exam 2014
Just like every year, CBSE will be conducting CBSE Improvement Exam in 2014 for the students passing this year. You can read all the details about CBSE Improvement exam here in this post (Opens in a new window).
Most of the students appearing for improvement exam just to increase their percentage for the JEE 2014 examination, and it’s now official that one can appear in JEE with improvement exam marksheet only if he gives improvement exam in all the subjects and the eligibility criteria will remain ‘top 20 percentile of the successful candidates’ in their Boards, category-wise. For more information on relation between CBSE Improvement Exam and JEE, read this post (Opens in a new window).
Here is a quick overview of the basic details of CBSE Improvement exam but we suggest you to read full details on the first link to know about cbse improvement exam in depth.
- Who can give CBSE Improvement Exam? – All students who passed.
- When the forms will be available? – Around mid August, be sure to subscribe to know when the forms will be available.
- What is the fee structure for cbse improvement exam? – Read this post: http://www.improvementexam.com/fees-structure-for-cbse-improvement-exam (Opens in a new window).
- Where can I get the forms? - Read this post: http://www.improvementexam.com/how-to-get-improvement-exam-forms (Opens in a new window).
- How many or which subjects to appear in cbse improvement exam? - Read this post: http://www.improvementexam.com/which-subjects-to-opt-for-improvement-exam (Opens in a new window).
- Are there other important posts that I should read? – All the links are on this page: http://www.improvementexam.com/cbse-improvement-exam (Opens in a new window).
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JEE and CBSE Improvement Exam
Its official now that students opting for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) can improve their CBSE result by applying for CBSE Improvement Exam ONLY IF the student has applied for all the five subject.
NOTE : CBSE has excepted the students who have filled for four subjects for CBSE Improvement exam 2014, however this exemption will not be there next year for 2015.
If you already filled the form for selected subjects and wish to fill for all subjects, you have to send your request for remaining subjects to the board for improvement along with the balance fee to the concerned regional office. Such candidates should send the demand draft (DD) of the balance fee with the details on the reverse regarding their name and address, earlier DD number, date, amount and issuing bank and roll number of 2012 examination along with the forwarding letter stating the subjects already applied for and the remaining subjects to be offered for improvement of performance examination, 2013 to the regional office.
In respect of those students who passed their Board exam for the first time in 2012, the eligibility criteria for
joining any of the IITs or ISM Dhanbad will be 60% marks in their 12th Board or equivalent (55% for
SC/ST/PwD candidates). For those candidates who appear in their Board exams for the first time in 2013, the
eligibility criteria will remain ‘top 20 percentile of the successful candidates’ in their Boards, category-wise. This
will be a one-time exception for JEE (Advanced) 2013 only.
For those students who passed their 12th Board exams in 2012 but are re-appearing in the 2013 Board exams
with a view to improve their performance, 60% rule will apply if they use their 2012 Board exam results and ‘top
20 percentile’ rule will apply if they use their 2013 Board exam results. This too will be a one-time exception for
JEE (Advanced) 2013 only.
Admissions in class 11th explained
After class 10th exams, students are unable to decide which stream to chose and even if they chose one, by the time the result is out the school force them to change it as their percentage is not high enough for it. This has been done for a long period of time till the grading system was introduced. Although criticized, this CCE board system has reduced the evil will of the schools to shove students into a stream based on their percentage. Now thanks to the grading system, most students get enough good grades to chose any stream they like, they no longer have to score greater than 85% to get science with computers.
It is good that the time has changed now but the schools are also forced to find a new way of allotting streams to the students which they either do by conducting a test after the boards for stream allotting or they allot it on the basis of the students pre-board/unit test result.
It is understood that some schools resort to practice of forcing students to change their subjects/streams in class XI after the class X results are declared and the students are often forced to change their subject combinations.
This is a very important issue as the student lose his precious time, money and himself in this. For their help High Court of Delhi has issued a notice to the principals of schools as a result of the case that was filed in the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi, and the brief facts of the case are that in a particular schools. on account of wrong calculation of the grade. a particular combination of subjects were allotted to a student subsequently, the said student was asked to pursue some other combination of subject. In order to avoid hardship to the students, on account of change of stream certain guidelines were given to the schools and will be followed by all the schools affiliated to the CBSE for dealing with such instances:
(a) Schools shall not claim any fee from the parent/student for the past period and adjust the fee already deposited by him towards the fee shall be payable for the next period.
(b) Schools shall make good the loss of classes in the commerce stream (or other stream/subjects) suffered by the student, by giving them special coaching classes without burdening them and their parents with any additional fee for the same.
(c) Further, schools shall bear the burden of all the expenses, to be incurred by the students/his parents in buying a second set of books and study materials for the allocated subject/stream and reimburse them on the basis of the bills produced by them.
It’s good that students can chose any stream he like but its important for him to understand that if the stream he selected is really meant for him or not, students have to make up their mind and know where they stand even before you the board exams so that you take the extra classes of the stream you will eventually end up with as you know many schools follow the practice of starting class XI along with other classes in the month of April before the announcement of the result of class X Board examination and accordingly allow them to select the subject’s choice/stream in the new academic session to utilize the period before summer vacation for instructional purposes. According to the Hon’ble High court of Delhi this is a correct practice academically so that the children may remain busy with meaningful activities.
So chose wisely as your future depends on this very decision. Decide what you want to do in your life and will the stream help you in it?
What do the 12th pass students think about it ? did your stream helped you or you wish if you could go back all the way back to class 11th to make a fresh start. Leave your suggestions in the comments and help class 11th students chose.