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CBSE advises students to only use its official websites



The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) issued an advisory on June 10, warning students against misleading information circulating online regarding the CBSE syllabus, resources, and sample question papers. The Board highlighted the issue of certain online portals and websites disseminating outdated and unverified news, falsely claiming to provide updated information for the 2024-25 session. CBSE emphasised that relying on unauthorised sources could lead to unnecessary confusion among students, parents, schools, and other stakeholders.

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Additionally, CBSE has mandated that schools accurately assess practical exams. This decision follows the detection of a significant variation between theory and practical marks in specific subjects, affecting over 50% of students in approximately 500 CBSE-affiliated schools. This discrepancy was identified using advanced AI tools and based on past years’ result statistics.

In other updates, the CBSE supplementary exams for Class 10 and 12 are scheduled to commence on July 15. The Class 10 exams will conclude on July 22, while the Class 12 exam will be held on a single day, July 15.

CBSE’s advisory and subsequent actions underscore the importance of verifying information through official channels to ensure accuracy and avoid misinformation.