JKBOSE Board Exams 2024: Class 10th11th 12th Date Sheet Annual 2024

Srinagar, 4 Jan: Amid rumours regarding announcement of date sheet of class 10th, 11th, 12th, however official refutes rumours, adding datesheet will be announced soon.

An official source told Daily Spark News that datesheet making rounds on social media are fake, students must check official website of the Board of School Education (BOSE) for the authentic release of the Class 10th and 12th date sheets, he said.

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Datesheet will be announced soon but the date is uncleared as of now, official said.

Official indicated that the datesheet will be available soon, however remained tight lipped over specific date remains of release. (Daily Spark News)

A fake date sheet for the JKBOSE Class 10th Annual Exams 2024 has been circulating on social media platforms in the past few days. The fake date sheet shows incorrect exam dates and is creating confusion among students.

The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education has not yet officially released the final schedule for the Class 10th board exams for the session 2023-24. However, a forged date sheet with false dates is being shared widely on WhatsApp and Facebook.

According to the fake circulating date sheet, the Class 10 exams will begin from February 15, 2024 which is incorrect. The actual exams are expected to start in March 2024 as per past trends.

The JKBOSE has warned students and parents to only refer to the official website jkbose.ac.in for authentic news and updates on the exam schedule. Students are advised to not trust or share any unofficial date sheet from unreliable sources.

It is speculated that some miscreants are deliberately spreading the fake date sheet to cause confusion. The board has said that legal action may be taken against those circulating the forged document.

Parents and students are requested to only believe the official date sheet that will be released by JKBOSE on its website in due course of time. The board has appealed everyone to refrain from spreading misinformation about the exams on social media platforms

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