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CBSE Warns Against Rumours, Fake News ahead of CBSE Exams 2023

CBSE Warns Against Rumours, Fake News

In response to the proliferation of false information regarding paper leaks for the CBSE class 10 and 12 board exams in 2023, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has published a warning. The Board has also issued a warning that those involved in disseminating such fake news on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and other social media platforms will face harsh punishment.

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Severe Action against those spreading Rumours

According to the notification, the board frequently notifies the Delhi Police Special Cell (MAC) to take severe action against anyone caught spreading false information on social media platforms in violation of numerous IPC and IT Act sections. According to information published by the Board, 38 lakh students will take the CBSE board exams in 2023 this year.

What CBSE Board Notification said?

“It has come to the notice of the Board that certain unscrupulous elements are regularly spreading rumours on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms about paper leak or claiming to have access to question papers of 2023 exams. These persons, groups and agencies intend to fleece the gullible students and parents as they demand money in return. Such irresponsible activities create confusion and panic among the students and public.”  

Refrain from Using Unfair Methods

Additionally, CBSE stated that it would punish pupils who were discovered to be disseminating false information under the “unfair means” guideline and different IPC provisions. Also, parents are urged to teach their children not to believe such rumours and to refrain from engaging in any other behaviour that can impede the smooth administration of board exams.

Parents and Students should Confirm from official Website to avoid Rumours

During the current CBSE Board exams 2023, students, parents, and teachers are warned against spreading rumours and news that has not been confirmed. They are also urged not to take part in such activities or disseminate such material through any means of communication. They can check the CBSE official website for any updates.

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Is CBSE date sheet 2023 Class 10 fake?

A few days ago, CBSE also issued a warning to Class 10 and 12 students about bogus board test schedules. It advised pupils not to trust such fictitious timetables they may have found online because the CBSE exam schedule for 2023 has not yet been published.

What is the controversy of CBSE board exam?

The board referred the issue to subject specialists on Sunday after a comprehension paragraph in the CBSE class 10 English question paper stirred criticism for allegedly encouraging "regressive views" and "gender stereotyping."

Does CBSE give dummy?

Parents frequently enrol their children in fictitious schools that don't hold regular sessions in order to help them succeed quickly in competitive exams. The CBSE plans to crack down severely on phoney schools nationwide.

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