CBSE students alert! Is the board asking for registration fees from the candidates of board exams? PIB revealed the truth of the website

New Delhi: The fact-checking department of the Press Information Bureau (PIB) has issued a scam alert on a fake Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) website requesting registration fees from board exam candidates. According to the bureau, the Central Board of Education website is not affiliated with As per the image provided by the bureau, the fake website displays a link titled “Admit Card Payment”. Students must visit the official CBSE website,, for any updates regarding exams, schedule or results.

On the official website, the schedule of 2023 CBSE Board Exams will also be made available soon. PIB had already come to know about a fake date sheet which was being shared on social media.

Once available, the timetable for class 10 and 12 can be accessed on the official website of CBSE, as well as This month, CBSE is likely to reveal the class schedule for grades 10 and 12. As per the CBSE announcement, the final examinations for classes 10, 12 and 13 will begin from February 15, 2023.