The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board exam understudies should take Class 10 arithmetic and Class 12 financial matters exams once more, as the board has chosen to reconduct these tests after reports of paper spill, said CBSE board on Wednesday. The dates for the retest will be reported on the CBSE site inside seven days, the board said.
Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar has said that the legislature was leading an interior investigation into the issue. With the assistance of innovation, the administration would set up a framework “which is foolproof to the point that there is no hole”, Javadekar included.
On March 26, Class XII CBSE understudies were left shocked after the gossipy tidbits about their Economics paper being spilled via web-based networking media hours before the examination. Reports of the inquiry paper being spilled circled through online networking and WhatsApp a few hours previously the season of the exam. Be that as it may, CBSE board postponed aside the cases.
As indicated by a news channel, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has communicated misery about the hole of Class 10 and 12 CBSE papers. Modi called HRD serve Prakash Javadekar after the Central training board chose to reschedule the exams following reports of a break of question papers. Delhi Police enrolled a case on the claimed hole of Class 12 Economics paper following a protestation by CBSE, said an authority.
Prakash Javadekar stated, “we will guarantee no unfairness is caused. I simply need to tell the guardians and kids that it is to a great degree terrible that this occurrence happened.”
Delhi Police set up a Special Investigation Team (SIT) of its Crime Branch to test the affirmed hole of CBSE Class 12 Economics paper, CBSE class 10 Mathematics papers.
“The SIT is going by Joint Commissioner Alok Kumar. It will likewise have DCP and ACP rank officers leading the test,” Special Commissioner of Police R P Upadhyay said.
The SIT was framed after the Central Board of School Education (CBSE) enrolled two cases with the Crime Branch.