CBSE row: Kerala student who claims to have received old question paper brought pre-written script for Maths exam
An inquiry by CBSE found the Class X student, who alleged she was given a two-year-old question paper, was carrying a pre-written question paper and she copied the same thing on the answer script.
Looking back at the CBSE paper leak controversy, school education secretary Anil Swarup tells Sumi Sukanya Dutta that rather than boot out the chairperson, she should be given a chance to fix loophole
On Sunday, two teachers of a private school - Rishabh and Rohit - along with a tutor of a coaching centre, Touqeer were arrested for their alleged involvement in leaking class 12 Economics paper.
K S Rana was required to oversee that seals of question papers which reached the centre in the morning on the day of the examination were intact till the specified time.
It further stated that the certain miscreants active on social media are trying to mislead students, parents and teachers by circulating a fake letter in the name and style of Controller Examinations
The principal of a school, whose two teachers were arrested for their alleged role in leaking class 12 economics paper, was grilled today for over six hours by the police.
CBSE's new leak-proof system creates delays at few centres; exams postponed in Punjab due to Bharat bandh
The CBSE exams started late at few centres in the national capital today as many of them expressed inability to follow the new "leak-proof" system put in place for the first time.
A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud said since many petitions have been filed on the same issue, it would list them all for hearing on April 4.
The court was hearing a plea for a court-monitored probe into the recent leaks of the Maths and Economics CBSE examination papers of class 10 and 12, respectively.
The Mother Khajani Convent School, whose two teachers were arrested by the Delhi Police in connection with the Class 12 economics paper leak, is under the scanner.
Earlier in the day, the Delhi Police arrested two teachers of a private school and a tutor for involvement in the leak of the class 12 economics question paper.
The protesting students held placards and blamed the CBSE for jeopardising their preparations for other examinations.
While the CBSE question paper leaks row is still ongoing, the Central Board issues a notification about the fake Sanskrit paper that is doing rounds on social media.
Six other students were also detained by the police on March 30 for questioning in connection with the case.
Students resented the re-examination and called it unfair that they were being penalised for the negligence of the CBSE and for the misdeeds of a few people.