CBSE Refutes Claims of Postponing Class 12 Exams Due to Farmers’ Protests

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CBSE Big Update: Board Issues Clarification Over Class 12 Exam Postponement

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CBSE clarified that Class 12 board exams stick to the original schedule, without any alterations or delays due to external factors.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has officially denied rumors regarding the postponement of the Class 12 board exams amid the farmers’ protests. A fake notification had been circulating on social media, causing widespread confusion and panic among students and parents.

CBSE Takes Firm Action Against Fake Letter Claiming Class 12 Exams Postponement

The CBSE has taken serious measures to clarify the situation, addressing the public about the misleading information. The board clarified that the letter suggesting the postponement of the Class 12 examinations is completely false and misleading.

The fake letter, which appeared to be sent from the examination controller to principals and heads of institutions affiliated with the CBSE, falsely claimed that the exams were deferred due to the ongoing farmers’ protests.

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Board Debunks Rumours, Labels Viral Letter as Fake and Misleading

The CBSE acted swiftly by releasing an official statement debunking the rumors. They emphasized that there has been no change in the exam schedule and urged students and parents to not fall for such baseless claims.

The board has advised everyone to rely solely on official communications from the CBSE website for authentic exam-related updates.

Traffic Advisory Issued by CBSE Earlier

In light of the farmers’ protests, the CBSE had previously issued a traffic advisory on February 14, cautioning students and parents about potential delays and advising them to plan their commute accordingly.

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The advisory specifically recommended Delhi students to consider using the metro to avoid traffic congestions en route to their examination centers.

Public Urged to Be Wary of Board Exams Misinformation

The CBSE has urged the public to stay vigilant against misinformation, especially during the exam season. In this digital era, false information can quickly spread, causing unnecessary stress and confusion. Students, parents, and educational institutions are strongly advised to consult only the CBSE’s official website for accurate and up-to-date information regarding the exams.

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