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CBSE removes hundreds of fake YouTube links claiming question paper leaks

CBSE removes hundreds of fake YouTube links claiming question paper leaks

CBSE released a notice stating that action had been taken against antisocial elements making false claims of question paper leaks.

The CBSE successfully administered the Class 10 board exam 2023 successfully for roughly 21.87 lakh registered candidates. While the Class 10 board exams ended on March 21, the Class 12 board exams will end on April 5.

The board took a number of steps to guarantee that all of these exams were administered efficiently and without interruption.

One of the crucial steps was action against antisocial individuals who uploaded fake messages and video links and made false claims about board exam question paper leaks on social media, luring students and parents into paying for the question papers.

The CBSE removed hundreds of fake YouTube links after taking these issues seriously in order to prevent students and parents from being misled.

In order for the Delhi Police Special Cell (MAC) to take necessary action against the offenders in accordance with different IPC and IT Act provisions, the board also filed complaints with them.

The CBSE is dedicated to holding assessments in a fair manner. It is stated once more that if a student is detected distributing false information, CBSE would discipline them in accordance with the 'Unfair Means' regulations and relevant IPC provisions.

The general public is warned against spreading false information through all means of communication and asked to refrain from doing so.

Sources: India Today

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