New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has taken an important decision for the academic session 2021-22, keeping in mind that the Kovid-19 epidemic has caused huge damage to the country. The board has decided that the examination fee and registration fee will not be charged from the students who have lost both the parents or the legal guardian due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Schools will check the actual status of these students and provide their information while submitting the LOC. More information in this matter will be available on the Board’s website www.cbse.nic.in soon.
CBSE Controller of Examinations Sanyam Bhardwaj said, “The COVID-19 pandemic has adversely affected the country and keeping in mind its impact on the students, CBSE has decided to provide relief for the academic session 2021-22. Neither the examination fee nor the registration fee will be charged by the board from the students who have lost both the parents or the caring guardian or legal guardian or adoptive parent of the family due to Kovid-19. “The schools will submit the details after verification of these students while submitting the list of candidates for class 10th and 12th examinations,” it said.
PM Modi also announced on 29 May 2021 to help the children orphaned due to Corona epidemic under the PM Cares for Children scheme. Such children will get a scholarship at the age of 18 and a fund of Rs 10 lakh from PM Cares at the age of 23.