Math and Economics Board exams to be re-conducted: CBSE Order


Math and Economics Board exams to be re-conducted: CBSE Order

CBSE Orders Re-examination for Class XIIth Economics paper and Class Xth Maths paper

 
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Math and Economics Board exams to be re-conducted: CBSE Order

A CBSE order today morning, ordering the re-conducting of the Economics paper for CLass XIIth and Mathematics paper for Class Xth has put lakhs of students in a tizzy.

The order for the re-examination from the nations premier education body came today morning, vide a circular, which has been reproduced below.

Math and Economics Board exams to be re-conducted: CBSE Order

As per the order, CBSE has taken cognizance of the sanctity of the Board Examinations, and in view of certain happenings related to papers of the above two subjects leaking, has issued a re-examination order.

The Board has said that this is being done in the interests of fairness to students.  The CBSE has yest to clarify whether the re-examination will be held for Delhi region students or for all across India.  Reports had it that the leaked Maths paper was also circulating in other parts of the country on Tuesday evening.

Dates and other details of the re-examination will be available on the CBSE website within a week.  This is not the first instance that Board papers of the CBSE examinations have leaked.

There are mixed reactions on the order, with parents and students calling it a fair move in favour of honest students, while some saying that it is a necessary evil, and that the board should take extreme measures to ensure that this is not repeated.

In other happenings related to the leaking of papers, some parents and teachers have moved the Delhi High Court seeking re-examination and independent probe on the leak.  Rumors are also rife that the Biology paper of Class XIIth has also been leaked.

Earlier leak instances, which happened in 2006 and 2011, the Principal of a Government school in Lapati, a PWD Engineer and a Forest Ranger were arrested on charges of leaking the papers.

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