CBSE News: The CBSE has recently become aware of some unscrupulous individuals who are spreading rumours and false information on social media platforms like YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and others, claiming to have access to the 2023 exam question papers or that the papers have been leaked.
These individuals, groups, and agencies are trying to take advantage of gullible students and their parents by asking for money in exchange for access to the papers.
The CBSE has issued a cautionary notice to students advising them to be wary of rumors and false information regarding question paper leaks.
These activities are incredibly irresponsible and have the potential to create confusion and panic among students and the public.
CBSE has issued a public alert for everyone against these false claims and rumours. It is essential to stay vigilant and avoid falling prey to such fraudulent activities.
“CBSE will take action against a student under ‘unfair means’ rules and various sections of IPC if found indulging in spreading fake news.
Parents are also asked to advise their children not to believe such rumours and to refrain from engaging in any activity that would jeopardize the smooth running of board exams.
The CBSE official has urged the public to be cautious and not believe any unverified news or rumours related to the ongoing exams.
What CBSE Notice Said Against rumours and fake information about ongoing CBSE Exams?
The CBSE annual examinations of Class X and XII have commenced for this year and will continue till 5th April 2023. The Board has made elaborate arrangements for smooth and fair conduct of examinations.
2. 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 a paper leak or claiming to have access to question papers of the 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 the public.
3. The CBSE Board is vigilant and active in identifying and taking action against those spreading fake news and rumours.
4. CBSE is regularly intimating Delhi Police Special Cell (MAC) to take stern action against persons involved in circulating fake news using social media platforms under various provisions of the IPC and IT Act.
5. CBSE will take action against a student under UNFAIR MEANS rules and various sections of IPC if found indulging in spreading fake news.
Parents are also requested to guide their wards not to believe such rumours and not indulge in any such activity which hampers the smooth conduct of Board examinations.
6. Public is therefore alerted against such unverified news and rumours during the ongoing exams and further requested not to participate in such activities or spread such information through any form of communication to maintain the sanctity of examinations at all cost.
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