CBSE develops online system for LOC data correction for class 10, 12 entries

Schools can make corrections in class 10, 12 LOC data from November 30 to December 6, 2022 on 'Pariksha Sangam' at-

Facility for CBSE LOC data correction opens tomorrow. (Picture: Shutterstock)Facility for CBSE LOC data correction opens tomorrow. (Picture: Shutterstock)

Ishita Ranganath | November 29, 2022 | 04:06 PM IST

NEW DELHI: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has developed an online system for data correctionsin list of candidates (LOC) for the CBSE board examinations for class 10 and 12. Schools can make corrections from November 30 to December 6, 2022.

Schools affiliated to CBSE have raised requests to correct some of the student data in the LOC submitted. Looking into these requests CBSE has developed 'Pariksha Sangam' at- Schools will be allowed to login using their allotted user id and password. CBSE requests all schools to carefully read through the manual provided by the board and only then propose corrections on the portal. Once the corrections are submitted by the schools, the regional office will accept or deny proposals as per rules.

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Rules to propose data corrections in CBSE LOC for class 10 and 12.

  • Schools can make correction in students' data only based on the official school records. The data cannot be changed completely.
  • In class 10, correction in mathematics standard (041), mathematics basic (241), if any to be done now, no further opportunities will be given.
  • No requests to change the subject and to provide question papers of subjects other than that submitted in LOC will be entertained by CBSE.
  • CBSE will also not accept any requests for correction after the portal is closed. The final data will used to issue CBSE admit cards, conduct examinations and providing passing documents.
  • No requests in candidate's data such as their name or parents' name and date of birth will be accepted thereafter.
  • CBSE will record all corrections and monitor them. If any data has been fiddled with, the board will take action against the school as per affiliation laws.

"All schools are, therefore, requested to ensure that the corrections, if any, are to be made during permitted period only. Print out of the corrections made taken by the schools for their record and kept safely. There is no need to send correction slips to concerned regional office." read a CBSE official notice.

Schools were required to submit the LOC with data including, date of birth, subject combinations as per scheme of studies and spelling of name of student, mother, father, guardian as per school records.

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