CBSE withdraws decision to conduct re-exam of class 10 Maths

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The CBSE had withdrawn its decision to conduct re-exam of the leaked class 10 maths paper as a result of the preliminary evolution of its impacts. Moreover, the Board has considered the paramount interest of the students.

New Delhi, April 3: The Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) has decided not to re-conduct examination of class 10 Maths paper. The question paper of this exam was leaked a few days before the proposed date of Exam. The new decision not to conduct re-examination even in the states of Delhi NCR & Haryana was announced by Anil Swarup, Secretary of HRD Ministry, according to ANI news agency Tweet.

The CBSE had withdrawn its decision to conduct re-exam of the leaked class 10 maths paper as a result of the preliminary evolution of its impacts. Moreover, the Board has considered the paramount interest of the students.

However, the re-examination for Class 12 Economics paper will take place as scheduled on April 25.

Three persons, including two teachers of a private school, were arrested by the Delhi Police on Sunday for their suspected roles in leakage of the Class 12 Economics paper.

The arrested accused were identified as Rishabh, 29 and Rohit, 26, both teachers at a private school in Bawana, and Tauqeer, 26, a tutor at a private coaching centre there.

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