GOOD NEWS ALERT-
Now, all the students of class 10th can take a deep breath and can relax. As recently announced by CBSE that there will be no re-examination for the class 10th maths board exam. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 Mathematics re-exam will not be conducted, reports said on Monday. With this, students affected by the CBSE re-examination decision and paper leaks could heave a sigh of relief. An official announcement from the board is expected later in the day.
CBSE decided against holding the Class 10 Mathematics retest after assessing a random sample of answer scripts and finding no major departure from the performance of students in their internal assessment, the Indian Express reported, adding that an order announcing this decision would be issued in a few hours.
As a result, CBSE exams in several centres in Delhi started late as they found it difficult to follow the new “leak-proof” system put in place. Accordifollow reports, that the new method comes with ‘technical glitches’ that would inevitably delay the exams.
Delhi Police Crime Branch on Monday questioned the principal of the school, whose two teachers were arrested for their alleged role in CBSE paper leak.
The police found that the teachers allegedly opened the papers 30 minutes before the exam, clicked photos and forwarded the same to the coaching institute owner.
Delhi Police are suspecting that the CBSE question papers might have been leaked from neighbouring Haryana, a senior official said.