Pradeep Singh

The CBSE is likely to release the Term 1 result soon, but Class 10 and 12 students seem to be getting frustrated due to the continuous delay in the declaration of Term 1 results. 

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was expected to declare the results on Friday. Several media reports also claimed the same and fake news also hit social media. Subsequently, the Board issued a clarification. 

The CBSE took to Twitter to alert students about the fake news that the Class 12 Term 1 results will be announced on March 11 (2 PM). Soon, students started venting their anger slamming the Board and also requesting the Board not to delay further.

"Bas bahut ho gaya ab date and time declare karo ki results kab tak doge (It's enough now, just declare the result announcement date). Aap log kya under cover organization ho kya ki kuch information nahi dete (Are you an undercover organisation that not giving any information)," wrote a Twitter user.



"Give an announcement of when the results will be announced. All we are asking is for a clarity. These fakes news are affecting the Term 2 preparation. Kindly understand," wrote a Twitterati. 

Another user wrote, "People are just going to post this fake news, until we get some thing official. So it will be better if it is just clarified that we have to wait for the term 1 results or not so we can focus on term 2 also. It really creates panic."



"Cbse pls announce the result to the earliest really very long wait..Students can know where they are if they know the term 1 results and can prepare well for term 2," wrote a user.

On the other hand, the CBSE on Friday released the date sheet for Term 2 examination of Class 10 and 12 students. While the Class 10 exam will commence from April 26 and end on May 24, the Class 12 term 2 exams will start from April 26 and end on June 15.

The exam timing for both the classes will be at 10:30 am and won't be conducted in two shifts. Besides, the Board has given more gaps between the two examinations in almost all the subjects for both the classes.