CBSE Class 10th & 12th board exams 2018 have taken an ugly shape this year. This is due to the paper leak news that shook the country recently. Expressing their distress, students of CBSE board are protesting in various parts of the nation demanding justice. Central Board of Secondary Education in its latest notification decided to re-conduct of two of its exams.The circular is available on its official website at cbse.nic.in online.
CBSE 12th Economics Re-Exam in April 2018 | Know Details
The circular released by CBSE stated ‘certain happenings in the conduct of certain examinations being reported’. The same was released on March 28, 2018 in the interest of students. The notification clearly states that the decision of taking a re-exam was firm on grounds on mishaps occurred.
This years’ board exams for Class 10th and 12th students of CBSE board affiliated schools were a nightmare. Re-test for two such CBSE board exams 2018 for the subject of Class 10th Mathematics and Class 12th Economics shall be conducted.
But, the board has not not revealed any dates of holding Class 10th Maths exam as of now. CBSE would soon reveal dates for re-conducting the same by next week. As per latest developments, the re-exam dates of scheduling CBSE Class 12th Economics exam is out. The same shall be held on April 25, 2018 this year.
CBSE 10th Maths & 12th Economics Re-Exam Dates Update
Candidates who are eagerly awaiting the re-exam dates for Class 10th Maths are iterated about its release in the first week of April 2018. CBSE received a tip-off of leak a day prior to holding Maths test. Class 10th Maths board exam 2018 was still held as CBSE chose to ignore the same.
It is also revealed that CBSE Maths paper might only be conducted for Haryana and Delhi students in leak affected states. If this would be so, the CBSE class 10th Maths re-test shall be conducted in July 2018 this year.
Lacs of students are now on streets demanding their rights. Delhi Police is now on toes to nab the culprits and questioning admins of WhatsApp groups where papers were circulated. Handwritten papers were sold for as high as Rs. 35000 as per the investigation. As per reports, more than 1000 people had accessed the paper within Delhi region.
The police team which is now investigating the case is hunting down the miscreants and even questioning CBSE officials. The team has also written to Google to help them with the details of the ID from which CBSE received the tip-off mail.
All we hope and pray is that students who toil day and night get their due. For more details and updates about re-exam, check CBSE official website.