CBSE informed the students that certain social media networks and online news channel (s) are unnecessarily floating rumours that new Admit Cards will be issued by the Board for the exam tomorrow.
"Students are advised to follow the instructions as displayed earlier as no change has been made in the arrangements already notified," said a notification from the board.
"Class 12 exams are a gateway to higher education and various professional competitive exams which have limited seats. In the present scenario, the admitting institutions of higher education are likely to have reservations against this batch of students regarding economics results, not only in India but also in foreign institutions," CBSE justified its decision to hold the class 12 economics re-exam.
"Therefore, giving undue advantage to a handful of beneficiaries of the alleged leak would not be in the larger academic interest of these students, and neither does it uphold principles of education or the sanctity of the Board exams," it said then.
CBSE Classes 10 and 12 examinations cancelled due to Bharat Bandh on April 2 in Punjab will be held on April 27. A statement from the board said the exams had to be cancelled, and the Board has decided to conduct the cancelled examinations on April 27, 2018 (Friday) for candidates of the state of Punjab For Class 10 and 12.
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