As per reports, just like last year, this year too the board had resorted to digital scanning of the answer sheets and as a result, the students had to write their exams in black ink only.
The board had also introduced a special 'watermark' on the answer sheets which made the sheets distinct from ordinary sheets. The board also took measures to avoid the goof up that happened last year when wrong question papers were sent to some exam centres and re-examination had to be scheduled.
The examination was conducted from February 16 to March 8, 2018.
The pass certificates and marks sheets of the candidates will be made available the same day. Students would be able to collect their original certificates after 11:00 am from their respective institutes.
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