Fake New of CBSE Passing Criteria: In the message being circulated on social media, it was being said that to pass the 10th and 12th board exams, 23 percent marks will be required instead of 33 percent. PIB has termed it wrong.
new Delhi. Recently, a post was going viral on social media in which it was said that the Education Minister has revised the passing criterion for the CBSE class X and class 12 board exams. Because of this, all the students, who have to appear in this year’s exam, got upset. However, now PIB, the nodal agency of the central government, has denied this fake information. PIB has said that no such announcement has been made by the Education Minister nor has any notice been issued in this regard. PIB explained this through his Twitter account.
In the message getting viral on social media, it was said that to pass the 10th and 12th board exams, 23 percent marks will be required instead of 33 percent. PIB has termed it wrong.
The post changing the changing criterion for the tenth and 12th board was going viral. After the post went viral, all the students contacted the ministry and the board. After this, PIB posted this to clear the doubt. Meanwhile, CBSE will bring English and Sanskrit language papers at two levels. So far, mathematics and Hindi are offered at two levels so that the stress label can be reduced in students.
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