Here's How to Send Representation to CBSE for Cancelling Compartment Exams

Post supreme court's order, please send your queries to the portals of CBSE as representation to support the cancellation of compartment exams.

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After Adv Shakti Pandey filed an urgency application to SC, the Supreme Court told CBSE to consider parent's and student's representations. The plea that he filed, seeks cancellation of compartment exams or provisionally pass the students. Thus, CBSE has to appropriately consider representations of the petitioners.


"It is noticed that the petitioners have not made representation to the CBSE. It is open to the petitioners to make representation to the competent authority of the CBSE within one week from today, and if so made, the competent authority may consider the same appropriately and in accordance with law within one week therefrom and communicate the decision taken thereon to the representations within the same time," the court said in its order.

Thus, here's how you can send representations to CBSE for the compartment exams.

You can either send a mail or post a letter to CBSE. In either of the cases, file the subject line as "Representation seeking cancellation of compartment exams."


Address the Director at CBSE and note down your reasons, your roll number and class. Do not Call to Action, just state your problem and say that you seek cancellation or provisional passing.

Here is the address

For email:




Head Office Address

Shiksha Kendra, 2, Community Centre, Preet Vihar, Delhi, India-110092.

Regional Office Address

PS 1-2 Patparganj I.P. Extension, Institutional Area, New Delhi, Delhi 110092.

What problems students have?

1. Many students say they have failed by 2-4 marks in one subject. They are urging the board to cancel the compartment exams and award them grace marks, clearing their way for admissions in colleges.


2. Another reason that these students state is that it is discriminatory to pass students who have not given exams. On the other hand, these students are suffering even when they have passed in all but one subjects.

3. Rising COVID-19 cases are also a major problem plaguing the country. In that case, CBSE cannot conduct exams without risking the lives of the students.

4. Among others, students also want to de-stress themselves with the burden of exams that have been haunting them for almost 6 months.

Please send your queries to the portals of CBSE as representation and hope for the best.