Fact Check: CBSE class 12th Board result on April 10 notice on WhatsApp FAKE
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Fact Check: CBSE class 12th Board result on April 10 notice on WhatsApp FAKE

The CBSE board exam will end on April 4, 2019. Like every year, the speculations over the result announcement have begun as the evaluation process for CBSE 10 and 12 have already been initiated.

This year, CBSE had to deal with several fake news published over social media. A few days back, photoshopped notification of board reconducting the class 12 Physics and Economics exam went viral on the internet and days after this another fake news is going viral.

According to reports, the fake notification says that CBSE will declare class 12 exam results on April 10, 2019. A notice was shared on WhatsApp that states class 12 board exam result will be announced on April 10. The notice also has the signature of exam controller, Sanyam Bhardwaj.

The fake notification reads, “As per previous years, this year also CBSE is hosting its result on the net with the technical support of NIC and Department of Information Technology. The students can access their results through the following websites.”

“The school will automatically get their entire school results on email ID’s already registered with the Board. The result will not be available on Board premises and the public are advised not to visit the office for collection of results. The process of verification will be displayed on CBSE’s website shortly.” It added.

As the image of the notification went viral, CBSE students were confused on the notice being true or not but putting rest to all the rumors and busting the fake news Bhardawaj confirmed that the notice is fake and the date for the result is not yet decided.

There are chances that the results announcement might be extended till the first or second week of May but that is again not confirmed news and the official confirmed date will be announced on the website of CBSE only. The candidates are advised to follow the official website only and not entertain nay misleading messages, notification or notice circulated on social media.

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