CBSE Exams: 'Will Get Marks On Wrong Answers', NCPCR Urges Delhi Govt To Take Actions Against Official
CBSE Term 1 Exams 2021: The Education Department official was seen saying that they have spoken to CBSE and teachers to award marks to students as long as they write anything in the answer sheet and told children to not leave any blank space in the answer sheet.
CBSE Term 1 Exams 2021: On the basis of a complaint received regarding a video where Delhi government’s former Director of Education Udit Prakash Rai found to ask students appeared for Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE 12 exams) in February to write anything in the answer sheets, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) wrote a letter to the Delhi government to view the matter without delay and take strong actions against the official. "Kindly provide your comments along with action taken/initiated in the matter to the Commission within 5 days of receipt of this letter," it mentioned.
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In the video, the former Education Director was seen saying that they have spoken to CBSE and teachers to award marks to students as long as they write anything in the answer sheet and told children to not leave any blank space in the answer sheet. The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights in its letter addressed to the Chief Secretary, Delhi government mentioned that the commission has inquired into complaints and takes suo-moto cognizance in relation to deprivation and violation of child rights.
Udit Prakash Rai is a 2007 batch IAS officer.