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Migration Certificate Meaning | Online Migration Certificate



Migration Certificate Meaning

MIGRATION CERTIFICATE IS NEEDED TO STUDENT GO TO OTHER STATE AND CUNTINUE TO STUDTY

Online Migration Certificate For SSLC Students Can Apply

Bengaluru: The Karnataka State Secondary Education Board (KSEEB) has decided to issue migration certificate online from this year to help students who have passed SSLC exams to study outside Karnataka.
Speaking to this paper, Director of KSEEB V Sumangala said a decision to this effect was taken recently by the Board to help students who prefer and wish to pursue their pre-university education outside Karnataka. She said a circular has been issued to all DDPIs to help sensitize the students to make use of this facility.       

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It is mandatory for students to submit a migration certificate to get admission for a pre-university course outside Karnataka, as per the norms of the government.
Now, students have to wait for about 10-15 days to get the migration certificate after applying to KSEEB as the process will involve verification of all the records of the applicant.
Earlier, the Department of Public Instruction had been issuing migration certificates to students all these years till 2018 after collecting a prescribed fee along with applications certified from respective heads of schools.
Students can get their migration certificate online after paying a prescribed fee and by applying it online. There is also provision for students to download the application and submit the same offline as well, according to officials from KSEEB.
Students who have passed their SSLC exams this year apply for a certificate through the online process, but students who passed the examination before 2018 must obtain the migration certificate in person.  
The KSEEB decision will help thousands of students living in border districts.Students seeking a migration certificate can visit the Board website http://www.Kseeb,kar.Nic.In from this year to pay the fees online.
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CBSE DigiLocker, Know How To Register And Download CBSE 10th, 12th Mark Sheet, Migration Certificate

Register for Result Update

CBSE 12th result 2019 was declared on 2nd May, 2019 and the result of Class 10 is expected soon. Students after checking their CBSE Board results must know the process to download their marksheet and migration certificate. The Central Board of Secondary Education, releases the CBSE Class 10 and 12 Result marksheets and other documents such as passing and migration certificate on the DigiLocker. The facility to download their result marksheet from CBSE DigiLocker is available for students who appeared in the CBSE Board exam 2019 as well as previous year students.

The CBSE DigiLocker is an initiative undertaken by the Government of India. Several documents such as marksheets, passing and migration certificate from the year 2016 are available on CBSE DigiLocker.
In order to download their documents, certain pre-requisites are necessary. Students must possess a phone number or their Aadhaar number to register on DigiLocker and access their documents. It is also important to note that the CBSE documents like result marksheet, passing and migration certificates downloaded from DigiLocker are acceptable as original for undergraduate admissions.The steps to register and download your documents from DigiLocker are mentioned below. 
·  The account credentials will be sent to the students via SMS by CBSEon the registered mobile numbers. Students can also access DigiLocker on digilocker.Gov.In or through UMANG app.
·  To register on the DigiLocker, students can use their CBSE Roll Number and their Aadhaar and phone number.
·  Upon successful registration, students will be able to check their Marksheets, Migration Certificate & Pass Certificate.
CBSE has already released the documents for the CBSE Class 12 Result 2019. All students for whom results have been released can now register and download their mark sheet. The printed copy of their mark sheet, passing certificate and migration certificate will be made available to the students from their respective schools soon. In addition to CBSE, students from CISCE Board can also download their CSE and ISC Result documents from DigiLocker. The mark sheets are made available almost immediately for the students after the declaration of the results.

Orissa HC Gives CBSE 4 Weeks To Decide On Class X, XII Fee Hike

By Express News Service
CUTTACK:  The Orissa High Court on Monday asked the Chairman of Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) to take a decision within four weeks on Odisha Abhibhabak Mahasangh’s representation seeking withdrawal of hike in examination fee for Class X and XII examinations conducted by it.
The division bench of Chief Justice KS Jhaveri and Justice KR Mohapatra issued the direction on a PIL filed by the Mahasangh chairman Basudev Bhatta. Bhatta approached High Court after his representation to the CBSE Chairman on August 12, yielded no result. In his petition, Bhatta sought quashing of the changes brought by CBSE, New Delhi to the examination fee structure. 
According to the petition, examination fee for general students was increased from Rs 750 to Rs 1,500 and for the SC and ST students from Rs 50 to Rs 1,200. Migration certificate fee was fixed at Rs 350. The petition contended that the hike in examination fee structure warrants HC’s intervention ‘in the larger interest of the students’ as it is ‘illegal and arbitrary’.
The petition was filed after representations to the Union Minister for Human Resources Development and the Chairman of CBSE did not yield any result despite requests by Governor and Chief Minister to reconsider their decision.
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"The hike in examination fee structure would directly affect basic education of needy students who would be deprived of their education due to lack of adequate financial resources. The State, who is obligated to provide free and compulsory education to the students in the age group of 6 to 14 has ex facie failed to discharge its statutory duties," the petition alleged. Around 20,299 schools in India are affiliated to CBSE.
                                                

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