CBSE students ALERT! Board is asking for registration fee from board EXAM aspirants? PIB unveils truth about website

New Delhi: The Fact Checking Division of the Press Information Bureau (PIB) has issued a fraud alert demanding registration fees from board test takers on the fake Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) website. The Central Board of Education is not affiliated with the website, according to the agency. Images provided by the agency show the fake website displaying a link labeled “Authorize Card Payments.” Students should visit CBSE’s official website for the latest information on exams, schedules or results.

The official website will also publish the 2023 CBSE board exam schedule soon. PIB was already aware of fake timetables being shared on social media.

Class 10 and 12 timetables can be viewed on the official CBSE websites and when published. This month, CBSE will likely reveal his 10th and 12th grade class schedule. CBSE announced that final exams for classes 10, 12 and 13 will begin on February 15, 2023.