CBSE 10, 12 Board Exam: CBSE Board issued important Advisory Regarding The Exam

CBSE Board Issued Advisory Regarding The Exam, Said Students Should Not Be Confused, Pay Attention Only To The Information Released On The Official Website


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CBSE Board Issued Advisory Regarding The Exam


CBSE 10, 12 Board Exam: The Central Board of Secondary Education has issued an advisory for class 10th and 12th students. The board has asked these students not to pay heed to the rumours, but only visit the official website cbse.gov.in for any kind of information. The board has issued this announcement due to the continuous speculation on the tentative date of CBSE Term 2 Board Exam 2022, Term 1 result and CBSE 10th, 12th syllabus being circulated in all the media reports.


Pay attention only to the information released on the official website


Many online media platforms have started publishing the expected dates for CBSE Term 2 datesheet. In such a situation, expressing concern over the fake information being circulated online in the media reports, CBSE has asked the students not to get confused, but to pay attention only to the information released on the official website.


Exam dates and syllabus information not released


In the official notice, the board wrote – ‘It has been noticed that some online media platforms are spreading false information and misleading the students regarding major exam pattern changes in class X and XII board examinations, term 2 board examinations. . In such a situation, students and stakeholders are informed that CBSE has not released any information regarding the dates and syllabus of the board exams.


CBSE Said Trust the information of the official website only


The board further wrote in the information – ‘There is no change in the CBSE Term 2 Board Exam 2022 pattern and it will be the same as announced earlier by the board. In the interest of students, it is clarified that the Board had announced changes in the examination pattern (mentioned in circular no. 51, dated 5th July 2021). Under this, the Term 1 examinations have already been completed and the same circular also mentions the Term 2 examination pattern. Therefore, students and stakeholders are advised to rely only on the information available on the official website cbse.gov.in.


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