CBSE ALERT-Do not fall for fake news regarding 10th and 12th board exams

CBSE ALERT-Do not fall for fake news regarding 10th and 12th board exams

CBSE has issued an alert that some sites are circulating fake news about passing marks and exam date-sheet for 10th and 12th board exams.
 
CBSE ALERT-Do not fall for fake news regarding 10th and 12th board exams

-Passing marks for 10th and 12th board continue to be at 33 percent and not 23 percent.

-CBSE is yet to release exam date-sheet, do not trust any other information on any of the social sites.

-CBSE will make official announcement once the date sheet is released.

A lot of social media platforms are circulating information about CBSE board exams. Not all sites are to be trusted unless CBSE makes an official announcement in this respect. CBSE has alerted the students that the Education Ministry has not yet made any announcement regarding the board exam date-sheet.

News has been circulated over some of the sites regarding the passing marks for 10th and 12th board exams. As per these sites, passing marks have been reduced to 23 percent. This information had sent a wave of cheer among the students, but fact check revealed that no such news was circulated by CBSE. It has been alerted that passing marks in the board exams will continue to be at 33 percent and not 23 percent.

Apart from this, some sites also said that exam date sheets were released which created confusion among the students. The board also advised that the sites are merely misleading the students and students must check the official CBSE site for any information regarding the board exams.

The Education Ministry also asked the students to peacefully prepare for the board exams which will be conducted between May 4 and June 10. The exam syllabus has been reduced to 30 percent. The question papers will be based on the revised syllabus. Schools have been reopened with 50-50 student strength and a decision on continuing online classes will be taken once it is confirmed that physical classes are safe for the students.

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