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Supreme Court dismissed petitions on CBSE paper leaks; rules out interference on re-test decision

top court said that it would not interfere CBSE decision on a re-exam

The decision of the Central Board of Secondary Education to cancel the CBSE Class 10 mathematics re-test even as the Class 12 economics paper will be held on April 25 has been welcomed by one and all.

Even the Supreme Court (SC) today dismissed all petitions related to the CBSE’s question paper leaks.

The top court said that it would not interfere CBSE decision on a re-exam.

The apex court also turned down a plea for a CBI inquiry into the leaks of the Class 10 Mathematics paper and the Class 12 Economics paper.

It need be recalled that CBSE has decided not to conduct the re-exam after evaluating the impact of the leaked paper and keeping in mind the best interests of the students.

The decision has brought a major relief to over 1.6 million Class 10 students.

Very many of these students who are feeling the respite are from Delhi-NCR and Haryana.

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