Bhubaneswar: Amid the chaos of the ‘fake’ question paper of Plus 2 board exams going viral on social media platforms, the School and Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash on Wednesday urged students not to fall into the trap.
The Minister confirmed that the question papers doing rounds on the internet are fake ones and urged students not to believe in them.
Speaking to the media, Minister Dash said, “A complaint has been lodged with the cyber police station in this regard. Besides, the board has also clarified that the question papers circulating on the internet are fake.”
“Some mischievous people are circulating the fake question papers to dupe students and make some money out of it. I urge students not to fall into that trap,” the Dash added.
However, students across the State are worried over ‘fake’ question papers of the board exams going viral on social media platforms.