CBSE paper leak: Responsibility can’t be fixed before probe, says Anil Swarup, Secretary, School Education and Literacy Department
Though present at the venue, which turned heated as several tough questions were posed, Karwal barely spoke.
He said CBSE chairperson Anita Karwal had received a mail at 1.29 am on March 28, which alerted her about the Maths paper leak, with attachments of the leaked paper.
Protesting against the CBSE question paper leak, the NSUI met Prakash Javadekar and demanded the sacking of CBSE chief Anita Karwal.
The CBSE had announced reconduct of exams following the leak of two papers of Math and Economics for class X and class XII respectively.