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Title : Notice For Grade X and XII


SECTOR-3 ROHINI, DELHI-110085  Ph.: 43001772




F.No.MDPS/SS/2019-20/173                                                                                                          Date: 05.08.19



Subject : Information regarding 75% attendance as an eligibility for the students to appear in the exam.


Dear Parent

It has been repeatedly informed to all the parents at various platforms that it is mandatory for any student to maintain at least 75% attendance in the school; failing which the student may not be allowed to appear for the exams.

This is an eligibility condition for any student to appear for the exams; as per the CBSE bye laws. CBSE has become more vigilant and affirm on its affiliated schools for the compliance of 75% attendance for the students. (Rule 13 and Rule 14 of CBSE examination bye laws).

However, CBSE also gives relaxation in attendance under various categories. CBSE has set SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) to address this issue. The CBSE has issued a schedule for “Condonation of Attendance”. Which is put for your information

S. No.




To consider attendance put in by the student(s) in view of Rule 14(i) of Examination Bye-laws

Upto 1st January of the academic session for class X or XII


Schools to compile all such shortage of attendance cases at 1 above in tabular form (separately for class X and XII) supported with documents as mentioned above.

To be sent to concerned Regional Office so as to reach within 07 days of Activity at Sl. No. 01 i.e. 7-January of the academic session.


Regional Office will also communicate deficiency, if any, to the schools

Within 15 days from the date of receipt i.e. latest by 21st January of the academic session.


Schools will communicate fulfilment of deficiency to the Regional Office.

Within 07 days from the date of activity at Sl.No.03 i.e. 28th January of the academic session.


Last date for according approvals by CBSE

07th February of the examination year.


The exemption/relaxation in attendance is given under Medical Cases / Family issues which may disturb a student/sports etc.

The students who fall under the attendance shortage category, should submit an application (with documented evidences to the school (through parents). The principal of the school, if convinced, will forward the case to the R.O. CBSE. The R.O. will take a call on the issue after assessing the merit of the case. Parents are once again requested to be extra careful on the issue. It is reiterated, that forwarding the request to RO by the school, for relaxation of attendance to any student, does not mandate to RO, for acceding the request.

If any parent is interested to know more or has any query, feel free to meet the school authorities on any school working day.




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