CBSE announces Class X, XII re-exam

CBSE announces Class X, XII re-exam

The CBSE had however then waived aside those claims. On the same day in the evening, the Crime Branch filed an FIR on the paper leak.

Indian students in Oman like their counterparts across India and several other countries appeared for the class 12 economics (code 030) paper on Monday while those from class 10 appeared for the maths (code 041) paper on Wednesday. In a tweet, the CM said "I really feel sorry and sad for the students who have to give their exams again for no fault of theirs". So unfair and unfortunate.

March 29, 2018, 04.55 pm: A group of board students staged a protest against the CBSE question paper leaks and re-examinations at Jantar Mantar in Delhi. As a result of these leaks, the CBSE was compelled to announce a re-examination in both the subjects.

The 150 people were bribed to solve the questions and were paid Rs10 lakh to Rs15 lakh per candidate. The petition, on, is titled: "Why should innocent students suffer for leaked paper of CBSE exams?" Prakash Javadekar said, investigation in the matter is underway and strict action will be taken against those involved in paper leak case. In a complaint to Delhi Police, the CBSE said that it received a fax on March 23 naming a person who runs a coaching institute in Rajinder Nagar area of the national capital.

Javadekar, however, put up a fearless and said the culprits will not go scot-free.

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"Even I could not sleep, I am also a parent", the minister empathised.

The former CBSE chairperson, who requested anonymity, told The Telegraph that the board seemed to have scrapped the norm of issuing multiple sets of question papers and opted for a composite question paper.

The authorities are now probing class 12 Economics paper leak, the re-examination dates for the same will be declared soon on the official website.

Refuting charges against the CBSE, he said it has a solid system in place and conducts 24 exams annually for 1.2 crore students. The economics exam for Std XII was held on Monday, while the Std X math exam was held on Wednesday. "There was an error in evaluation of Class 12 exams in 2017", Surjewala said. "While paper leaks are common, the re-exam announcement comes as a shock".