Class 10 Maths, Class 12 Economics exams to be held again: CBSE

Grant Boone
March 29, 2018

The Class 12 Economics exam was held on Tuesday while the Maths exam for Class 10 was held on Wednesday, March 28.

Syed Shoukath Ali, principal of Ideal Indian School, said that the dates for the fresh examinations and other details will be announced within a week.

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

Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar on Wednesdayexpressed regret over the leak of CBSE question papers and said that a "new mechanism" will be put in forcefrom Monday, ensuring "leak proof" arrangement for the same. Few hours ago, students from a Noida school told us that the paper was easy and they had completed the paper before time. The question papers included those of science and mathematics of Class XII.

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The Maths paper leak was a stinging embarrassment to CBSE, as the Class X board exams were being held after eight years. "The source of the circulation of this information is not known yet", a senior CBSE official had said. Mr Maken's son, Aujaswi, is among the 1.6 million class 10 students who will have to re-appear for the mathematics paper. The CBI had to get involved after aspirants of Staff Selection Commission (SSC) staged protests over exam papers being leaked in the second week of March.

As XII class student has to relocate for further studies many families plan to return back on final exit.

The Ministry and even Prime Minister Narendra Modi have expressed concern over the paper leak and the government has now said they are working on an encryption system to check leaks in the future. According to CBSE spokesperson Rama Sharma, this year all papers that we sent across Delhi, India and overseas had the same set of questions.

Interestingly, just a week before the CBSE Board Exams, the 1988 batch Gujarat cadre IAS officer Anita Karwal was busy in promotions and launch of her new book. All the seals have been found intact at all exam centres.

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