CBSE submits status report in Delhi HC over paper leak

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According to a recent report on ANI, CBSE Class 10 Mathematics paper leak case has been solved, as quoted by Ram Gopal Naik, Delhi Crime Branch.

Kumar, who taught Economics in DAV, Una, Himachal Pradesh, was arrested on April 7 in connection to paper leaks. The first case related to the leak of class 12 Economics question paper was lodged on March 27, while the other pertaining to the leak of class 10 Mathematics paper was lodged on March 28, following a complaint by the board's regional director.

Amit Sharma and Ashok Kumar worked at the DAV school as a clerk and a peon respectively. "Accordingly, evaluation of class 10 Mathematics was taken up and same did not indicate spikes or unusual patterns, giving any impression of widespread benefits of the alleged paper leak".

On the whole, according to her, today's CBSE class 12 Home Science paper was an average paper with a scope for scoring well.

On March 23, he not only took out the question paper bundle of Class 12 economics paper, but also took out the mathematics question paper bundle from the Bank, said Alok Kumar, joint commissioner of police (Crime).

Subsequently, she forwarded it to a relative in Panchkula (Haryana).

Rakesh Kumar then sent the photos through WhatsApp to his tuition student to prepare a hand-written copy, said the police officer.

The police have registered two cases in connection with the matter.

During questioning, he confessed about his involvement in leaking the papers, the police said.

The Police on Thursday said Rakesh Kumar was also found to be involved in the mathematics paper being leaked before the 28 March examination.

The economics paper was leaked on 23 March-three days before the exam date-in Himachal Pradesh's Una town and was shared on social networking site WhatsApp by at least 40 groups.

The re-examination of the Class XII Economics paper will be conducted on April 25.

This is unedited, unformatted feed from the Press Trust of India wire.