The Union Education Ministry has already made an announcement regarding the board exams. According to that declaration, the CBSE board exams of classes 10 and 12 will be held from May 4 to June 10. The Central Board of Secondary Education has not yet released an examination date-sheet.
The Central Government has constantly advised the students of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) grade 10 and 12 to not pay attention to any of the reports about CBSE board exams 2021, that are being circulated online as they might be fake. Instead, the board has asked the students to visit the official website (cbse.nic.in) of CBSE to receive regular updates.
The Union Education Ministry has already made an announcement regarding the board exams. According to that declaration, the CBSE board exams of classes 10 and 12 will be held from May 4 to June 10. The Central Board of Secondary Education has not yet released an examination date-sheet. The Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ made various announcements earlier this week. He addressed the queries of students and teachers of the Kendriya Vidyalaya all over India through a webinar. He stated that the questions that would be asked in the exams, will be based on the revised syllabus that was given to the students keeping In mind the coronavirus pandemic. According to the revised syllabus, the portion of the students has been reduced to 30 percent of what it was earlier.
दावा:- सोशल मीडिया पर एक पोस्ट में दावा किया जा रहा है कि 10वीं और 12वीं की 2021, बोर्ड परीक्षा में अब पास होने के लिए 33 प्रतिशत अंक को घटाकर 23 प्रतिशत कर दिया गया है।#PIBFactCheck:- यह दावा फर्जी है। @EduMinOfIndia ने ऐसी कोई घोषणा नहीं की है। pic.twitter.com/Tp5bnqTBdi
— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) January 19, 2021
Recently, in a piece of fake news, a claim about the passing marks of the students who will be appearing for their board exams got viral. The Press Information Bureau (PIB) Fact Check tweeted on January 15 and January 19 that the claim was false, and a clarification was issued. On January 19, the PIB tweeted, "In a post on social media, it is being claimed that 2021 of 10th and 12th have been reduced to 23 percent for passing the board examination now by 33 percent." PIB Fact Check: This claim is fake. Education Ministry has not made any such announcement. It added that the Ministry has not made any changes to the passing marks for the exams.