The confusion over the CBSE class 10 and 12 term results does not cease to end. A lot of students and guardians are now at sea amidst all sorts of fake circulars and viral videos. With whatever official information is available, it can now be said that the results will be announced by February 01, 2022. Recently, a fake notice has been making rounds on social media platforms stating that the CBSE class 10 and 12 Term 1 result was supposed to be announced on January 25. However, it was later confirmed that the notice was photoshopped and fake.
What do the helpline numbers say?
When students and guardians tried to reach out to the helpline numbers provided by CBSE, they were unable to get any concrete info. They tend to remain silent about the matter. Based on what is understood from different sources, the results may be released any time for which, students must be alert and pay heed to only official updates provided by CBSE.
Fake Circulars and confusion
As mentioned already, two days back, a fake circular was seen on social media that stated that the CBSE class 10 and 12 Term 1 results would be out on January 25. However, the Board opinionated that they have not released any such circular and hence the exact date for declaring the results is not final. According to the reports by popular media houses, the result declaration process is underway and may be announced any time soon.
Also Read: CBSE Result 2022 Fake News Alert
What do the experts say?
The experts on YouTube have tried to alert the students and guardians about the fake circulars. Although reports and sources say that the CBSE term 1 results will be out by the first week of February 2022, these experts seem to dismiss the thought. In their opinion, there is still no clarity whether the results will be out in the coming weeks or not.
Students in dilemma
However, despite all these developments, another demand by the students has emerged. They now want the CBSE Term 2 examinations to not be held. Here are the reasons based on which the students have now started a Twitter campaign:
#1. Health concerns of the students hold more primacy than the board exams.
#2. Since the Term 1 examinations have been successfully conducted, there is no need for holding another terminal exam.
#3. Schools, in many states across the country, have been closed down due to the rising COVID-19 cases as a result of which the syllabus cannot be completed.
#4. Many COVID-19 cases are also seen in the schools.
#5. During the Term 1 examinations, many students got infected with COVID-19 which put them at a higher health risk.
#6. The class 10 examinees mainly fall under the 15 to 18 age group for which the vaccination process is still underway.