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CENTRAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
DELHI
28.02.2014

Press Note
Pre- Examination Highlights-2014
Conduct of Examination-2014
Date of Examination Class XII

01.03.2014 to 17.04.2014

Date of Examination Class X

01.03.2014 to 19.03.2014
(Scheme II)
10.03.2014 to 31.03.2014
(Scheme I)

No. of Registered Candidates:
Examination
Secondary
School
Examination
Class X

Category

2013

Sr.
School
Certificate
Examination
Class XII

1328970

5.54

603064

8.72

426810

10.18

942035

Total

4.81

387361

Girls

535030

554674

Boys

6.04

1259202

Total

793940

510482

Girls

%
Increase

748720

Boys

2014

1029874

9.32

Total No. of candidates in special categories (All Regions)

Class X

Visually Impaired
Dyslexics
Hearing Impaired/ Dumb
Physically Handicapped
Spastics
Autistic
Total Candidates

1

2013
394
648
220
1555
234
3051

2014
452
788
232
1527
161
20
3180

Class XII

Visually Impaired
Dyslexics
Hearing Impaired/ Dumb
Physically Handicapped
Spastics
Autistic
Total Candidates

328
395
106
1406
183
2418

388
452
167
1308
128
10
2453

Total No. of Schools and Centres
Class X
Class XII

No.
No.
No.
No.

of of of of 2013
11863
2992
7917

Schools
Centres
Schools
Centres

No. of Registered Candidates in Delhi :
Local
2013

2014

Class X
Class XII

318536
260882

300543
291414

Class X
Class XII

220425
171902

201066
186722

Class X
Class XII

17551
11119

19202
12210

Delhi –Govt./Govt. Aided

Foreign

No. of Examination centres in Delhi :
Local

2013
560
564

X
XII

2014
605
605

Foreign
X
XII

61
58

66
58

6
6

8
8

No. of centres for Blind Candidates
X
XII

2

2014
12871
3253
8602
3039

No. of candidates in special categories in Delhi Region
Local

Class X

Class XII

Visually Impaired
Dyslexics
Hearing

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