CBSE Asks 51 Students To Show Cause For Submitting Fake Certificates


New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued showcause notice to 51 students for submitting fake certificates.

According to a CBSE notification, certain female and private category students belonging to CWSN (children with special needs) category were allowed to appear for the CBSE exams provisionally. One of the mandatory conditions required to be eligible for the exam was to submit domicile certificate showing that the candidate is bonafide domicile of Delhi.

However, on verification, it was found that these domicile certificates were not issued by proper authorities.

The results of these students were not declared on May 13, and they have been placed under Result Later (RL) category as per Rule 60 of CBSE Examination Bye-Laws.

The list of the students is available on the website.

These students have been asked to reply as to why their candidature should not be cancelled. They have to respond by May 21.

“With this notice, these candidates are directed to show cause that why not their candidature be cancelled and action be initiated against them as per rules for submitting fake certificate. All candidates are directed to submit their reply in the concerned Regional Office with all supporting documents within 7 days from the date of the notice i.e. latest by 21.05.2024 failing which their candidature will be cancelled. The Board shall not be liable for any loss / damage caused to such candidates,” read the notification.

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