The CBSE paper leak case once again raised questions about the country’s examination system. CBSE had announced about the re-exam of the class 10th Mathematics and class 12th Economics on Wednesday in the matter of paper leaks. Meanwhile, for the first time, the CBSE chairman Anita Karwal has spoken to the media for the first time. CBSE chairman Anita Karwal has said that we have taken this decision in favor of the students. We are continuously working for their betterment. Exam dates will be announced soon.
Earlier, on the same issue, Prakash Javadekar had made said that it was very unfortunate at a press conference. I can understand the pain of parents and students. Those who are guilty in this paper leak case will not be spared.
HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar added, “the police will soon take the culprits under their control. We will ensure that there will be no such fraud in future. We will improve the system. He said that the CBSE will soon announce new dates on Monday or Tuesday. Prior to this, Mr. Javadekar had said that to ensure that there is no such leak, a new arrangement will be done from Monday. The government will ensure that there is no injustice”.
However, the CBSE and the administration are now seen in action. In the case of CBSE’s 12th class Economics and the 10th Mathematics paper leak, the SIT set up to probe under the leadership of the Joint Commissioner. Earlier, the Crime Branch of Delhi Police filed the case and started investigating and raided in many places. Raids were conducted in eight places on Wednesday night in Delhi.