Published: Thu, March 29, 2018
Health Care | By Alice Shelton

CBSE Class 12 Economics, Class 10 Maths to be Held Again

CBSE Class 12 Economics, Class 10 Maths to be Held Again

The decision by the CBSE for re-conduct examination for these two board exams came after reports that the question papers were leaked. The CBSE will reconduct the examination for Class 12 Economics and Class 10 Maths paper while the dates for the examination are yet to be confirmed.

Amid complaints that Class 12 Economics paper was leaked, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has cancelled the exam and chose to hold the re-exam for which the date will be announced within a week, said the board.

The dates of the fresh examinations will be announced by the CBSE within a week.

Earlier, there were also reports that CBSE Class 12 Accountancy paper was leaked and circulated on social media.

Parents and students in unison dubbed the CBSE "incompetent" and flayed it for "playing with the future of the students" by re-conducting the maths and economics exams for Class 10 and Class 12.

"Some parts of the paper were leaked on WhatsApp".

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As per reports, the Math paper had a major chunk of questions from NCERT textbooks. The leak was confirmed by Manish Sisodia, Delhi Deputy CM and Education Minister. The source of the circulation of this information is not known yet.

Parents of students have expressed their anger over the lack of safety and security at CBSE exams.

The test was not even lengthy and students could easily save last 15 minutes as revision time.

Following the CBSE's announcement, Union HRD minister Prakash Javadekar said that an internal probe has been initiated into the leaks and that a new "leak-proof" system would be put in place from Monday. "We just hope the authorities concerned will take proper, strict action from now on", she said. His joy of finishing Board Exams was short lived. When some teachers found the question paper with the same questions, they were stunned and alerted the Board. "I don't know what these people gain by making all the other students suffer by paper leakage", Rakhi added.

Pranav Viju, a candidate for the Class X examination, said he was "surprised" to read reports about the leak.

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