Board of Intermediate Education extends date for exam fee

The Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) has extended the due dates for payment of examination fee by first year regular (general and vocational) students and attendance exemption granted to private candidates appearing for first year exams to October 14 without fine and till October 20 with a fine of Rs. 100.

Tatkal scheme

The due dates are applicable for both general and vocational students and also attendance exempt private candidates for humanities only apart from candidates who wish to appear with change of group. There will be no further extension, a statement from BIE said.

The candidates who fail to pay the examination fee even with late fee should invariably apply for Tatkal scheme only which will be announced in November.
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