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CBSE has warned all examination centre superintendents, saying there are reports that they are "not strictly discharging their duties."
Centre superintendents are completely responsible for all activities during the examination and if any loophole is found "they are liable for explanation"
Mobile phones or any other electronic items are not allowed in examination halls except the centre superintendent
Sealed question paper packets can't be opened before 10 am; earlier it used to be opened at 9:45 am. Any violation of this will be dealt with strictly
Earlier, in an official statement, the CBSE said there has been no leakage of the accountancy question paper and sealed packets of have been found intact at all the examination centres.
At the local level, during the process of examination, "some miscreants tried to play mischief by circulating messages through WhatsApp" to disturb the examinations, the CBSE statement said.
The Board has decided to lodge a First Investigation Report against those who circulated the rumours and an expert committee will look into the allegations of paper leak.
Earlier, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia ordered the Directorate of Education to investigate and lodge a complaint with the CBSE. He said swift action must be taken so that hard-working students do not suffer due to the "negligence" of CBSE.
There were reports that the accountancy question paper for the CBSE Class 12 examination was leaked and was circulating on social media, few minutes before the examination began at 10:30 am
Reports of today's paper leak comes close on the heels of CBI starting preliminary inquiry into the alleged SSC paper leak on February 21
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