Mumbai: After the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) gave a big blow to the students of Class 10 and Class 12 after the board decided to reconduct Class 10 Maths and Class 12 Economics exams again, the board and the Human Resource Ministry has been on the facing front from students, parents, teachers and even the political party leaders for this utter negligence whose ultimate sufferers are going to be students. The board took the decision to reconduct these exams after it was apprised to the situation that Class 10 Maths and Class 12 Economics paper had leaked on WhatsApp.
While students, their parents are protesting against CBSE’s negligence, the Bollywood world has now also come in support of students who have been at the receiving end following this unfortunate development. Bollywood actors including Farhan Akhtar, Emraan Hashmi, Vivek Anand Oberoi.
So disappointing to hear about the #CBSE leak. This is completely unacceptable & unfair to the students who have put in so much hard work & dedication. I appeal to all the students to not let this affect their preparation & to think of it as a 2nd chance to do even better! ATB!
— Vivek Anand Oberoi (@vivekoberoi) March 28, 2018
Taking it to Twitter Farhan Akhtar said.
— Farhan Akhtar (@FarOutAkhtar) March 29, 2018
After the unfortunate paper leak, the acronym CBSE has a new meaning….. “Corrupt Board For Students' Education “ !!
— emraan hashmi (@emraanhashmi) March 28, 2018
The school board CBSE was tipped-off about leaked Class 12 economics question paper three days before the examination on Monday, reveals the police complaint, reported NDTV. Both the papers were leaked on WhatsApp, said Delhi Police Superintendent RK Upadhyay.
Congress leader Randeep Surjewala on Thursday demanded the resignation of HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar and asked where was the CBSE chief, Anita Karwal? A massive row erupted over CBSE chief. Students staged protested in large numbers in the national capital.
The Congress party slammed the HRD Minister and has asked several questions: such as, “There used to be 3 sets of paper in 4 zones, this used to be our practice, under whose pressure has this practice be stopped. The examinations were conducted with 1 set of paper.
Why did you not set 3 question papers, why just one set of papers? Was this a deliberate effort to make cheating easy?”, “Why was the earlier CBSE chairperson’s tenure cut short, and an officer closed to PM was brought in, what was the reason that this could not be stopped?”