CBSE Paper Leak: No Re-Exam For Class 10 Maths Paper

The CBSE Class 12 re-examination for Economics will be held on 25 April.

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Students protest at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi over re-test after CBSE Class X Mathematics and Class XII Economics paper leaked. 
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Congress Calls For Strict Action

Congress President Rahul Gandhi attacked the Centre by listing the alleged “leaks" that have taken place during its tenure.

Congress Spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said that a fair and impartial investigation into the paper leak issue is impossible without removing Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar and CBSE Chairperson Anita Karwal from their current positions.

Pointing out the error with the evaluation of Class 12 exams in 2017, Surjewala asked the government why the “post of CBSE chairman was lying vacant for two years?” He also launched a scathing attack on the Centre for its past history of scams, including the Vyapam and SSC.

11:39 AM , 04 Apr

SC Dismisses Petitions Over CBSE Leak

The Supreme Court on Wednesday, 4 April dismissed all petitions filed over CBSE paper leak, reported ANI.

The apex court was hearing a plea reagrding re-examination.

9:59 AM , 04 Apr

HRD Forms Panel to Examine CBSE's Exam Conduct Process

The HRD Ministry has set up a "high-powered committee" to examine the process by which the CBSE conducts examinations, following the paper leaks.

The panel, headed by former HRD secretary V S Oberoi, will also suggest measures to make the process "secure and foolproof through the use of technology" and submit a report by May 31 to the ministry.

The government had yesterday constituted a High Powered Committee, comprising experts, under chairmanship of V S Oberoi, ex-Secretary, MHRD, to examine the process of conduct of CBSE exams and suggest measures to make it secure and foolproof through the use of technology.
Anil Swarup, HRD’s School Education Secretary
12:43 PM , 03 Apr
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No Re-Exam For Class 10 Maths Paper: HRD Ministry

HRD Ministry secretary Anil Swarup announced on Tuesday, 3 April, that the CBSE will not be re-conducting examination of class 10 Maths paper.

Consequent to the preliminary evaluation of the impact of reportedly leaked CBSE class 10 maths paper and keeping in mind the paramount interest of students, CBSE has decided not to conduct re-examination even in the states of Delhi-NCR and Haryana.
Anil Swarup, Secretary, HRD Ministry
3:15 AM , 03 Apr

National Human Rights Commission Steps in

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued notices to Centre, CBSE and Delhi Police over the paper leak of class 10 and class 12 board examination.

Taking cognisance of the humiliation faced by the students which amounts to violation of right to dignity and education, the commission has sought a detailed report from the HRD Ministry, CBSE and Delhi Police within four weeks.

The commission has also directed the ministry to inform them about the steps taken for redressal.


Published: 30 Mar 2018, 3:31 PM IST
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