The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has introduced many changes for the students of CBSE and its affiliated schools. CBSE will be releasing the date sheet of CBSE Class 10th and 12th Exam 2016 soon. The board has introduced ways for easy access to academic documents online by launching its digital repository. The repository is named as Parinam Manjusha. The digital repository has been developed by the Central Board of Secondary Education in collaboration with NEGD (DigiLocker). Students can access their marksheets, migration certificates and pass certificates at the click of a button through this repository.Also Read - CBSE Class 12th Physical Education Exam 2021-22: Answer Key RELEASED. Deets Here

Central Board of Secondary Education Board (CBSE) has also decided to make the board exams of Class 10th compulsory from the next academic session, said HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar. “This month there will be a CBSE Board meeting, in which there will be a resolution (for compulsory Class 10 board exams). So, I am very sure, from academic session 2017-18, Board examination will be mandatory for all students,” said HRD Minister. (ALSO READ: CBSE launches Digital Lockers: 5 Key Points every student should know) Also Read - CBSE Term 1 Exam 2022: Board Releases Notice on Change in Method of Responses on OMR | Details Here

Aadhar Card will be made an essential identification document for all students appearing in Board Exams and competitive examinations like JEE Mains, JEE Advanced, NEET and CAT. Aadhar card will be a pre-requisite at the time of registration. By the unique identification number, the exam conducting committees will be checking the fraud and impersonation. Aadhaar Card will be becoming the base for all the key exams in a move. (ALSO READ: CBSE still to pass resolution to resume Class X Boards from 2018, Jadavkar confident of return) Also Read - Income Tax Return: How To Link Aadhar Card With Your ITR

In a recent notification released on the official website of CBSE, the board has asked all its affiliated schools to collect fees by online medium from the next quarter. All payments will be made in a non-cash mode. Because of the recent made changes in terms of denominations of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes, this directive has been issued to the CBSE schools on December 10. The Secretary of CBSE, Joseph Emmanuel, informed about this change. He has asked the principals of CBSE schools to promote cashless transactions from next quarter.