New Delhi/Bhubaneswar: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released a statement following the rumour that is in circulation that the some questions in JEE (Main) 2018 Exam were identical to 2016 mock test of Narayana Coaching Academy.
CBSE in its statement said, “Subsequent to the false news circulated on various media platforms on 11.04.2018 alleging that some questions in JEE (Main) 2018 Exam were identical to 2016 mock test of Narayana Coaching Academy, CBSE issued a detailed clarification yesterday (11.04.2018) itself to all media debunking the false news after thorough enquiry into the matter.
"While it is established that the news about JEE (Main) 2018 Questions being identical to 2016 mock test is completely baseless and circulated to damage the image of the board, CBSE has taken serious cognizance of the situation and filed a written complaint for lodging FIR against the website owner of cisthetaglobal.com with the DCP (Crime) Delhi Police Headquarters on 11.04.2018," it added.
Besides, the Board appealed to all stakeholders to ascertain the facts from all credible sources before believing such fake news in the ongoing atmosphere of rumour mongering deliberately being perpetuated to malign the image of CBSE.
CBSE conducted the 6th edition of the JEE (Main) Exam on April 8 at 1621 centres spread across the world for an approximate 10.43 lakh registered candidates.