CBSE rules out the possibility of holding the Class 10th Maths board re-exam 2018 for students. Citing the decision to be in the favour of more than 1.7 million affected students, the board has scrapped the same. CBSE Class 10th Maths board exam 2018 was caught in exam leak controversy last month. Conducted on March 28, 2018, CBSE Class 10th Maths board exam was the last paper for students.
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Bringing a sigh of relief for CBSE Class 10th Maths board exam 2018 aspirants, there would be no re-test for them. Also, for those who initially believed that the test shall be conducted only for Delhi NCR and Haryana region, the possibility for the same has also been ruled out.
Education Secretary revealed last week that since CBSE Class 10th Maths board exam leak did not affect other regions, the re-test would not be scheduled for the entire nation. If further investigation revealed the need to conduct a re-examination for CBSE Class 10th Maths subject, the same would be conducted only for these two states in July 2018.
Scrapping the same now, recent developments reveal that Central Board of Secondary Education would not re-conduct the CBSE Class 10th Maths board exam 2018 for students. This is taken after carrying out thorough investigation and comprehensive assessment of the issue.
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CBSE Maths board exam 2018 was one of the major tests for students. As per the CBSE date sheet for Class 10th board exams 2018, Maths test was scheduled in the end. Many came out of the exam hall happy only to realise a bit later that their CBSE Class 10th Maths board exam 2018 test question paper was leaked.
Immediate action was demanded by students whose career and further admissions were at stake. Although the decision to scrap CBSE Class 10th Maths board re-examination is out online, the Class 12th Economics board re-test would be held for Commerce students on April 25, 2018.
CBSE clearly stated that this decision is taken keeping in mind the welfare of majority of students. Class 10th CBSE board Students can now feel free from the cobweb of re-examination and leak controversy. We wish them all the best for their future endevours. For more details and official update, visit CBSE official website at cbse.nic.in online.