As the CBSE gets ready for the Class 10 and 12 board exams starting on February 15, 2024, they want to make sure everyone knows about some important things. They shared a notice to stop false news from spreading. This is to help students and parents know what is true and what is not during exam time. You can find this notice on the CBSE website at cbse.gov.in. It is a reminder for everyone to be careful and smart during the exams.

 

Debunking Fake News

 

On social media, it is easy for wrong information to spread fast. CBSE is working hard to stop this. They want to clear up any false stories going around. Some people might try to scare others by saying the exam papers leaked or that they have the questions. They might even share fake links to sample papers and say the real exam questions will be the same. Sometimes, they will show fake pictures or videos of the exam papers and say they can sell them for money.

 

 

CBSE is using its official social media accounts, like Twitter, to say that the exam dates have not changed. They also shared a warning with students and parents to watch out for fake news and fake accounts spreading rumors.

 

Punishing Troublemakers

 

CBSE is serious about stopping fake news. They are watching closely and will take strong action against anyone caught spreading lies. They will use laws like the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Information Technology (IT) Act to punish them.

CBSE wants everyone to be careful. If you see any fake news about the exams, you can report it to CBSE by email at info.cbseexam@cbseshiksha.in. This way, we can all help keep the exams fair and safe.

As the CBSE Board Exams 2024 get nearer, everyone needs to be cautious. By listening to trusted sources and reporting any fake news, we can make sure the exams go smoothly and everyone has a fair chance.