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Pradeep Singh

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has once again issued a fresh warning regarding circulation of a fake notification on CBSE Term 2 examinations.

The false notice in circulation on social media is about some guidelines to be followed during the CBSE Term 2 exams and also certain norms to be followed after the conclusion of the exams.

As per the fake notice, "The Observer shall also ensure sealing of unused Question Papers, preparation of list of late arrived candidates, inspect the rooms, level of invigilation, timely packing of Answer Books after exam and submit its report to the Regional Office, Delhi."

The notice reads, "The unused question papers should be packed immediately after start of examination. No candidate is allowed to enter exam centre after 11.30 AM. Answer sheets must be counted personally, packed and sealed in your presence as per guidelines/instructions as soon as the examination is over." 

"The sealed packet of answer books must also bear the number of answer sheets packed inside. You should also sign on the sealed parcel of answer books. Please visit each room during the examination frequently and ensure your presence at the examination centre till the examination is over," said the notification. 

However, the CBSE has advised students to not believe in any rules mentioned in the fake notice. 
Instead, the board has suggested students and parents to visit its official website for all latest updates instead of blindly following notices and circulars in circulation on several social media platforms.

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