Circular doing the rounds on social media about results of CBSE class 12th result on 11th of July and class 10th on 13th of July was termed fake by the CBSE. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), itself intervened to clarify this announcement to over 30 lakh students awaiting. The officials confirmed that the news is fake.
Students are requested to not fall for such fake news as tensions are running high with the pending CBSE board exams that got canceled.
Delhi Public School Ranchi, Principal Ram Singh said, “This is a very sensitive time and when all are worried and concerned about the result. Someone is making kind of mockery and playing with the emotions of the children. The government should take action against such people because this time more fake news is been witnessed so this is up to the government to take the call.”
He also advised people should check the CBSE website for information regarding the same.
Students take every news to be true in the time of tension and pressure that is very inappropriate for such sensitive topics. Till this time one should get cleared that fake news are too much at this time and one should be very careful about that.
The board had earlier said that the results will be declared by July 15. Vinay Kumar Panday principal of D.A.V. Bariyatu said, “The problem is there with the students. They are getting the embed because of such type of news and sometimes they don’t even believe the teachers as well as parents that it is the fake news. When the result does not come up on the date announced they are under mental agony which is not good for them.”
The results for class 12 will not be the final one as students can choose to appear for optional exams to be conducted later when the situation of pandemic recovers if they want to reappear for upgrading results.
The exact CBSE result date and time for either of the classes have not been released yet. The results once announced will be available on cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in.