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A fake notice is being circulated on social media regarding CBSE Board Exam 2022 Term 1 and Term 2 weightage. It is being claimed that 70 percent weightage of the marks of Term-2 will be given to the students.

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News Claim: A fake notice is being circulated on social media regarding CBSE Board Exam 2022 Term 1 and Term 2 weightage. It is being claimed that 70 percent weightage of the marks of Term-2 will be given to the students.

In the message going viral, CBSE has tweeted a fake notice issuing 'Fake News Alert' to students and teachers. The fake circular claimed that the CBSE has decided to reduce the weightage of Term 1 examinations keeping in mind the problems of the students. The weightage of Term 1 and Term 2 examinations will be 30% and 70% respectively.

The fake notice also claimed that the weightage of internal assessment would remain unchanged and students who could not appear in Term 1 examination due to COVID-19 or participation in Olympiads/sports events, would be assessed for their performance in Term 2 examination. will be done on the basis of performance.

In the viral circular, it has been said that the weightage of term 1 will be reduced in the CBSE final result but the weightage of internal assessment will remain the same. Apart from this, it has also been said that during Term 1, students who were infected with Corona virus or who were busy in any Olympiad or sports competition will be given exemption. The assessment of such students will be done only on CBSE Term 2 Examination 2022.

News Verification: CBSE board has issued a message in this regard. Apart from issuing the notice on its website cbse.gov.in, the Board has issued a notice on its Twitter handle @cbseindia29, cautioning the students, parents and teachers regarding this fake circular. Apart from issuing the notice on its website cbse.gov.in, the CBSE Board has issued a notice on its Twitter handle @cbseindia29, cautioning the students, parents and teachers regarding this fake circular.

News Verdict ayupp.com: The claim of the viral message is completely false.



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