The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a clarification regarding a FAKE circular being all over social media platforms. CBSE Board today morning shared a photo of a fake circular that was tailored to look like an official one. The circular contained misleading information about the ongoing CBSE Board exam, especially related to timings and handling of unused question papers.
What was mentioned in the CBSE Fake Notice?
The fake circular which looked exactly like an official CBSE Notice highlights several points including duties of observers, handling of unused question papers, and even late arrival timings for the students. However, the key misleading detail that the fake CBSE circular contains is about the arrival time for latecomers. The notice reads that any student reaching the exam centre after 11:30 AM will not be allowed entry into the exam hall. This news is completely FAKE. No student will be allowed entry into the exam centre after 10 AM when the examination begins.
Another point that is wrongly mentioned in the fake circular is about the packing of unused question papers. The circular directs exam invigilators to immediately take custody of the exam papers which are not being used due to absentees. Such question papers are to be collected and packed immediately after the start of the examination.
Apart from this, the fake report also said schools have to share a report with the board immediately after the completion of the exam. As per the notice, the report should also add the TA/DA claim and remuneration bill.
Students and teachers should make note of this that CBSE Board has not released any such notice and all the information provided in the circular are misleading. Therefore, students should be very careful about it and be careful not fall for such fake circulars.