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CBSE Board Results Fake News: 10th and 12th Exams…Know details

CBSE Board Fake News: Misinformation regarding Board X-XII CBSE exam result dates. Board cleared all fake news. CBSE curriculum reduced by 30% for the CBSE board 10th and 12th exams.

The CBSE Board has not yet announced the result dates for the 10th and 12th exams. However, no such information has been officially released by the CBSE board.

Board urges students not to believe fake news

CBSE Exam Result dates

Misinformation is circulating on social media about the results of CBSE Board’s 10th and 12th exams. A notice regarding the results of the 10th and 12th exams is going hugely viral on social media. However, the notice turned out to be false. Therefore, students are urged not to believe such fake notices.

A few days back, the CBSE board had informed the apex court that the results of the Class X and XII examinations would be released by July 15. However, no such official information has come out from the CBSE board yet. The board is preparing for the results of the exams. The date of the verdict is likely to be announced soon. CBSE Fake News was circulating on social media.

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How corona crisis hampering students

Board 10th and 12th exams

Corona crisis has hampered the results of the CBSE board’s 10th and 12th exams. When will the results of the exam be announced? Such a question is bothering students and parents. In such a situation, it has come to light that wrong information about the results of the exam is circulating on social media.

CBSE board decides to reduce curriculum by 30 per cent

CBSE curriculum

A nationwide lockdown was declared in the wake of the Corona. All schools and colleges were closed during the lockdown. However, even after the lockdown, the prevalence of corona increased across the country. So the lockdown was extended for a few more days. The Corona crisis has taken a heavy toll on students. However, the CBSE board has decided to reduce the syllabus by 30 per cent so that the students’ year is not wasted.

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