New Delhi: Board has taken a major decision regarding the examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on the 10th and 12th exams. Maths of 10th (mathematics) paper will be done again. At the same time, the economics of 12th standard will be taken again. The board has taken this step keeping in mind the complaints regarding the examination. The date of the re-examination will be issued in the coming week. Students can take this information from the Board’s website.
The examination of 12th Economics was held on 27th March and 10th math examination on 28th March. CBSE has stated that the date of the examination will be announced on the website within a week.
Paper leak of CBSE 12th accounts
It seems that the CBSE 12th Board Examination was said to have leaked paper on March 15, . Delhi’s Deputy CM Manish Sisodia spoke to the Education Department in this regard. Although the CBSE had denied any incident of paper leaks. CBSE said that rumors of paper leaks were spread over social media. Strict action will be taken against those who have done this.
Delhi Police registered an FIR against CBSE, which was a matter of paper leaks of 12th class Economics and 10th MATHS. The investigation has started after registering a case under Section 420, 468, 471 of the IPC.
according to sources, PM Narendra Modi has expressed his displeasure over the entire episode of HRD Minister Prakash Javdekar on the CBSE Stick Leak. Speaking to the media, Prakash Javadekar said, “The CBSE’s paper leak has taken serious cognizance of the matter. A gang may be deliberately doing all this. This time, two to three papers have arrived at What’s Appetted half an hour ago. He said that Delhi Police Special Team is tracking Whatsapp. The examination that will take place on Monday will be with the new security system. Soon the timetable will be declared. I think the children and the parents will suffer. We will be in full further with the examination system. ‘ He said that the Prime Minister’s emphasis is on children to take the examination free of tuwan. I want to assure the students that the police who have leaked these papers will catch them.
(credits: NDTV India, Zee News)