Fake datesheet and timetable of CBSE going viral on social media claims that CBSE class 10th, 12th term 1 examinations will start from November 15.
CBSE Datesheet and Time Table 2022: CBSE Board Class 10th, 12th Datesheet may release at any time on the official website. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has recently announced to release the CBSE Term-1 Exam Datesheet and Time Table also. Meanwhile, some rumors have started doing the rounds on social media ahead of the release of CBSE datesheet. The official Twitter handle of CBSE Board has issued necessary notice in this regard.
The Board (CBSE) has given the necessary information to the students through its official Twitter handle. CBSE spokesperson Rama Sharma said that the board official has said that the exam timetable which is going viral on social media has not been released by the board.
Actually, a fake CBSE datesheet 2022 for term 1 is becoming increasingly viral on social media platforms. In which it has also been claimed that the CBSE Term 1 examination for classes 10th, 12th will start from November 15. CBSE Board official has confirmed that the datesheet is fake, and the board will soon release the original CBSE Exam Date Sheet 2022 PDF on the official website cbse.nic.in.
Check these details in CBSE Datesheet 2022
CBSE Term 1 Date Sheet will contain all the necessary information such as CBSE Term 1 Exam Timing, Date, Day, and Subject Name. This year, CBSE Board will release the exam date sheet for classes 10 and 12 today, October 18, 2021. Earlier, CBSE had informed that the board will conduct class 10 and 12 exams in two terms. CBSE Term 1 exam will be conducted in November-December and Term 2 will be conducted in March-April 2022.
As per the new circular, CBSE Term, 1 exam will be objective type and the exam will be of 90 minutes. Questions will be asked from the first part of the Reasoning Syllabus. Last year, class 10 and 12 board exams could not be conducted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The students were promoted in the evaluation criteria to the next classes.