Delhi High Court Asked CBSE: When Will Class 10 Maths Re-exam will happen: Well, reports are coming that the Delhi High Court is trying to get the answer from CBSE board Delhi for the concern of 10th Maths exam. HC asked that the Central Board of Secondary Education on Monday about the plans if they had any for the re-exam of Maths’s 10th class’s CBSE students. As you may know earlier that the paper leak problem took the whole issue to another level and now the board announced that they’ll take re-exam but didn’t announce the date.
Also, a bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar asked for the info related to date and details of re-exam. Also, the CBSE said it was still ascertaining the extent of the leak before announcing the date for the fresh test. The court put the query to the secondary and higher secondary education regulator while issuing notices to the CBSE and the Centre seeking their stands on a plea for a court-monitored probe into the recent leaks of the Maths and Economics question papers of Class 10 and 12, respectively.
Also, the reports are confirming that during the hearing the bench asked CBSE that how can you wait until July for the re-exam it will harm the students and how can they be on “tenterhooks” till then. Also, the court observed that it would not only waste an academic year of the students but would also be akin to keeping “a sword hanging over their heads.”
Also, the reports are saying that the board said no decision has been taken regarding Class 10 Maths re-examination as it was ascertaining if the leak was pan-India or confined to Delhi and Haryana alone. Also, you all may know that CBSE has already decided to re-conduct the Class 12 Economics examination on April 25, 2018.