Delhi government warns students, parents against 12 fake education boards operating in national capital

The Delhi government has warned students and parents against 12 fake education boards operating in the national capital.

PTI May 01, 2018 17:05:13 IST
Delhi government warns students, parents against 12 fake education boards operating in national capital

New Delhi: The Delhi government has warned students and parents against 12 fake education boards operating in the national capital. "There is no state board of government of Delhi. Further, the Directorate of Education (DoE), which regulates government, private, unaided and aided schools in Delhi, does not grant any recognition to any board," a DoE order said.

Delhi government warns students parents against 12 fake education boards operating in national capital

File image of students protesting against re-tests after CBSE reported paper leak. PTI

"As far as Delhi is concerned, there are only three relevant boards -- Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ICSE) and National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS)," it said.

The boards which have been declared as fake by DoE include Urdu Education Board, Gramin Mukth Vidhalyai Shiksha Sansthan, Delhi Board of Secondary Education, The Central Board of Higher Secondary Education, National Open School and Board of Secondary Open Education, Delhi.

Higher Secondary Education Board of Delhi, State Council of Senior Secondary Open Education, Delhi Board of Senior Secondary Education, Board of Higher Secondary Education, Delhi, Council of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Delhi, and The Central Board of Higher Education, Delhi, are the other fake boards operating in Delhi.

Updated Date:

also read

CBSE Term II Board exams: Sample question papers for Class 10, 12 out; check direct link here
India

CBSE Term II Board exams: Sample question papers for Class 10, 12 out; check direct link here

Students of schools affiliated with CBSE may check and download the sample question papers from the official website of CBSE academic - https://cbseacademic.nic.in/

CBSE CTET 2021: Candidates unable to complete exam of 16 & 17 December allowed to reappear, revised dates here
India

CBSE CTET 2021: Candidates unable to complete exam of 16 & 17 December allowed to reappear, revised dates here

The provision to reappear is provided only for those exams which were held on 16 and 17 January

CBSE to soon declare Term I exam results for Class 10 and Class 12; check more details here
India

CBSE to soon declare Term I exam results for Class 10 and Class 12; check more details here

CBSE Term I exam results have been delayed due to restrictions imposed by various state governments because of a surge in COVID-19 cases