New Delhi: There are angry reactions across the board from students, parents and well-wishers after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday decided to re-conduct the Class 12 Economics (Code 030) and Class 10 Mathematics (Code 041) following reports of paper leak.
"I've decided that i will send my children to abroad for their education instead of sending them to these indian schools under such CBSE system... My friends failing in pre boards are also going to score 99 and 100 today", dhruv reacted via Twitter handler @dhruv2k00 in these words.
I've decided that i will send my children to abroad for their education instead of sending them to these indian schools under such CBSE system.— dhruv (@dhruv2k00) March 26, 2018
my friends failing in pre boards are also going to score 99 and 100 today.#cbse #cbse_failed #no_benefit_of_studying_honestly :(
Akshaya who uses Twitter handler @rainafan3 posted this to express her disappointment, "Don't call yourself the biggest Board in the country #CBSE. Once the best board now comedy of errors. You are responsible for stress for the students."
Don't call yourself the biggest Board in the country #CBSE 😈😈— Akshaya (@rainafan3) March 28, 2018
Once the best board now comedy of errors..
You are responsible for stress for the students...
How Stupid 😏😏😏
"Who gave #CBSE the right to spoil our future. Only due to some evils of monopoly, we have to pay. What right do they have? They are nothing themselves and they dont deserve cbse job", Chaitanya Gaur, a student tweeted @ChaitanyaGaur5.
Then there are some parents who are abroad and have to cancel their air tickets following the CBSE's suddent decision.
"My daughter after so much hardship has given today’s paper from Kuwait. Now we will be shifting to India for further study. Flight tickets and all booked, heard of rexams. she should suffer because of incompetence of #CBSE", Abizer Tinwala (@abizerz01) tweeted.
Some students are now demanding that Chemistry and Accountancy papers should also be re-conducted as they were also reportedly leaked.
"The Chemistry exam should be also reconducted..it is unfair for science students..The chemistry paper was also leaked #CBSE", Aman Jain a student tweeted using handler @amanjain_29.
The Chemistry exam should be also reconducted..it is unfair for science students..The chemistry paper was also leaked#CBSE— Aman Jain (@amanjain_29) March 28, 2018
Angry reactions on Twitter were in response to the Central Board of Secondary Education's decision to re-conduct Class 12 Economics and Class 10 Mathematics papers after reports of paper leak and misconduct.
“The Board has taken cognizance of certain happenings in the conduct of certain examinations as are being reported. With the view to upholding the sanctity of the Board examinations and in the interest of the fairness to the students, the Board has decided to re-conduct the examinations of Class 12 Economics and Class 10 Mathematics,” a CBSE statement said.
The CBSE however has not announced any date of the re-examination.
“Dates for fresh examinations and other details shall be hosted on the CBSE website within a week”, the CBSE notification said.
The CBSE notification dated March 28, 2018 regarding the re-exam of Class 12 Economics and Class 10 Mathematics is signed by Controller Examination has been uploaded on the CBSE website.
The 2018 Class 12 and Class 10 board exams started on March 05. The CBSE Class XII exam is still underway and will end on April 12, 2018 with HOME SCIENCE as the last paper. The CBSE Class 10 Mathematics paper was held on Wednesday whereas the Class 12 Economics paper was held on March 26.
The CBSE 2018 Class 10 and Class 12 exams have been marred by reports of paper leaks. Earlier, there were also reports that CBSE Class 12 Accountancy paper was leaked and circulated on social media. The leak was confirmed by Manish Sisodia, Delhi Deputy CM and Education Minister. The CBSE however rejected all reports claiming the leak.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was founded on November 3, 1962. It's headquartered at Preet Vihar, New Delhi. CBSE regulates and supervises the development of education in the country. The primary function of the CBSE includes preparing academic programmes and organising examinations, especially for Class 10 and Class 12 students. CBSE was established in 1962. The CBSE affiliates all Kendriya Vidyalayas, all Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, private schools and most of the schools approved by central government of India.
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