By - 25 May 2022
25 May 2022
The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), Delhi has released a list of 116 fake school boards stating that it will not admit students who have received schooling under any of them. Most of these fake school boards are based in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and use a name sounding similar to other recognised school boards, reported a leading news daily.
The issue of the fake school boards has also drawn the Central government’s attention and it’s working on developing an SoP (Standard operating procedure) to give equivalence to various boards, which in turn will help institutes identify real boards from fake ones. The Association of Indian University (AIU) has been tasked to ascertain the authenticity of these boards.