UP Board Result 2024: If you have applied for scrutiny of UP Board results then be careful, fake calls are coming to increase the marks

UPSMP Warns Against Fraud Calls For Scrutiny Result 2024: Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council has warned the candidates applying for scrutiny of UP Board 10th and 12th results. The board has said that some cyber frauds are calling the candidates applying for scrutiny and their parents. Through these phone calls, students and their parents are being lured to increase the marks.

Beware of such fake phone calls. This is only a way to fool you where false assurances of increasing your number are being given in exchange for money. No one can increase your number in any wrong way.

Parents were also advised to be careful

UPMSP has advised the students of class 10th and 12th as well as their parents to avoid such fraud calls. These fake phone calls can come to the students and their parents from anyone, who are offering to increase the scrutiny marks. The board has said that do not trust any such phone call and also complain about it to your nearest police station.

The results were released in April

Let us tell you that the results of UP Board 10th and 12th were released in the month of April. Candidates who are not happy with their results had applied for scrutiny. This process is still going on and in the meantime, fake calls have come to light. These mischievous elements doing cyber fraud call the students and their parents and talk about increasing the marks in the scrutiny results and demand some money in return. Do not fall prey to such fake calls and do not give money to anyone.

What does the board have to say

In this regard, UP Board Secretary Dibyakant Shukla has said through the microblogging platform X, formerly known as Twitter, that the general public is informed that UP Board Some students of the year 2024 appearing in the High School Intermediate examination have applied online for scrutiny of answer sheets. Such students and their parents are receiving some fake calls in which it is being said that their marks will be increased and in return they are being asked for money. Action will be taken against such fake people as soon as a complaint is lodged.

The board also said that all the students and their parents are requested not to fall prey to any such fraudulent phone calls or fall into any temptation. As soon as they receive any such call, they should immediately go to their nearest police station and register an FIR and stay away from such cyber thugs. 

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