Claiming Exemptions on account of Possessing other QualificationsThe student has to make specific mention of the same at the time of registration and claim exemption.
The requisite fee for the same should also be paid in addition to the regular registration fee.
A candidate who is eligible for exemption by the virtue of possessing the relevant qualifications should pay an exemption fee of Rs. 200 per paper in which exemption is being claimed and make an application on or before the last date for submission of enrolment application for the particular examination.
Attested copy of the relevant qualification should also be attached with the application for claiming exemption.
The examination fee for a group should however be paid in full. There is no reduction in the examination fee for the papers in which the student has been exempted.
Claiming Exemptions on Getting High MarksTo claim exemption on account of scoring high marks, a student has to mention the same in the application for examination at the time of making the application for the subsequent exams.
Since there is no reduction in fee for exempted subjects either on account of having other qualifications or on account of having scored high marks in prior examinations, care should be taken to ensure that the relevant columns are properly filled in the examination application.
Foregoing ExemptionsA student if he so desires can forego the exemption he has in a subject by mentioning the same in the application for examination, i.e. by ignoring the column where the details relevant to claiming exemptions are to be filled.
The benefit once foregone cannot be availed in the subsequent attempts.