CBSE Class 10 Mathematics Re-Exam Only For Delhi, Haryana Students, If At All; Exam Tentatively In July

CBSE will conduct re-exam for class 10 Mathematics paper only for students who appeared for the exam at centres in Delhi and Haryana.

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CBSE Class 10 Mathematics Re-Exam Only For Delhi, Haryana Students, If At All; Exam Tentatively In July

CBSE Class 10 Mathematics Re-Exam To Be Held Only In Delhi, Haryana

New Delhi: 

Highlights

  1. Class 12 Economics re-exam to be held on April 25
  2. Class 10 Math re-test, if needed, to be held in July
  3. Class 10 Math re-exam will only be for Delhi and Haryana
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced that the re-exam for class 10 Mathematics paper will be conducted only for students who appeared for the exam at centres in Delhi and Haryana. The board exam for class 10 Mathematics was cancelled within a few hours of conducting the exam on March 28. The board had also cancelled the exam for class 12 Economics paper. The board has said that the decision has been taken with the interest of students in mind. 

While the date for Economics re-exam has been announced, the exam for class 10 Mathematics may be held in July 2018. 

In a brief to the media, Anil Swaroop, the Secretary School Education, HRD Ministry, said that there had been no paper leak outside of India and hence no re-examination will be held at exam centres situated outside India.

Anil Swaroop said that the board is still investigating if there had been a paper leak in case of Mathematics paper for class 10. If it is found that there had been a paper leak, the board will conduct a re-exam only for class 10 students who appeared for the exam in Delhi-NCR and Haryana. In case of a re-examination, the exam will be conducted in July 2018. 

He also said that the decision has been taken by the board keeping the convenience of students in mind. As far as the actions taken against the paper leak allegations are concerned, he said that corrective action will be taken in time. 

Anil Swaroop also said that the board will be in a position to clarify its stance on re-examination within 15 days by which time the board hopes to come to a conclusion about the paper leak. 

CBSE had, on March 29, conducted mock drills to test a new method to deliver question paper to exam centres. 

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