CBSE Issues Advisory Against Misleading Information

CBSE Issues Advisory Against Misleading Information

Last Updated Jun - 11 - 2024, 05:02 PM | Source : Education Times | Visitors : 10

The CBSE has warned against misleading information on unofficial websites. Students are advised to access official CBSE websites for accurate and updated inform
CBSE Issues Advisory Against Misleading Information

The CBSE has issued an advisory on the circulation of misleading information advising students to download information about the board and sample papers from its official websites.

The board issued a circular stating, “It has come to our notice that certain online portals and websites are circulating outdated links and unverified news related to sample question papers, curriculum, CBSE resources, and activities. These links and news falsely claim to provide updated information for the session 2024-25. In the public's interest, we wish to emphasise that information from unauthorised sources can be misleading and may cause unnecessary confusion among schools, students, parents, and other stakeholders. It is hereby advised to refer only to the official CBSE website for authentic information and updates regarding CBSE. The main official website is:”

The circular said that for specific information, government initiatives, announcements, circulars, notices, etc, related to various aspects of CBSE, the following official websites/ microsites can be visited:

  1. CBSE Academic – Academic and Skill Education, including Sample Question Papers, Subjects, Curricula and related Resources, Publications, Programmes, SAFAL etc.
  2. CBSE Results – CBSE Exam Results
  3. CTET – Central Teacher Eligibility Test
  4. PRASHIKSHAN TRIVENI – training related activities
  5. CBSE SARAS – Integrated e-Affiliation System
  6. PARIKSHA SANGAM – Exam related activities

The board has urged stakeholders to rely solely on these official sources for correct and up-to-date information.

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