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CBSE Exam 2024: Board warns against fake notice circulating on social media regarding change in exam dates

CBSE has released circular warning students against the rumors and fake information on board exams on various social media platforms. Check details here.

Edited By: Nidhi Mittal @nidhi_mittal09 New Delhi Updated on: February 16, 2024 18:27 IST
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CBSE Board Exam 2024: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a circular to address a fake notice that has been circulating on social media. The notice falsely claims that the class 12 board exams have been postponed due to the ongoing farmer's protest. The CBSE took to its official Twitter handle, which is now known as X, and used the hashtag CBSE FACT CHECK! to warn the public. The board clarified that the circulating letter is fake and misleading and that no such decision has been made by the board.

A fake notice has been circulating, claiming that class 12 board exams have been postponed due to issues related to the farmer's protest. The notice falsely suggests that students who are experiencing difficulties in appearing for exams can request to change their exam centers or dates, and outlines a procedure for making such requests. However, the CBSE board has dismissed the fake notice and emphasized that no such decision has been taken by the board. Students and stakeholders are advised to ignore this fabricated information and rely only on official announcements made by CBSE.

Before the commencement of the board exams for both classes 10th and 12th, the board had issued a traffic advisory advising students and parents to leave early so they could reach the exam centres on time. For Delhi Students, the board advised them to utilize the facility of metro due to ongoing protests.

Guidelines 

Students appearing in the exam for both classes 10th and 12th are required to follow the guidelines given below. 

  • Students can carry a transparent clipboard, and pencil box to the exam centre.
  • Students are allowed to write the exam in blue ink only. 
  • Students are required to carry their admit cards mandatorily, no other papers or sheets are allowed. 
  • Diabetic students or those with medical conditions can carry a small packet of biscuits to the exam center. 
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