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CBSE Class 12 Hindi 2018: Pasword protected question papers create confusion at centers

CBSE Class 12 Hindi 2018: Pasword protected question papers create confusion at centers

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The CBSE or Central Board of Secondary Education had said examination centres would receive an encrypted copy of the question paper this morning, and they would need to download and print the papers on their own.


To avoid future incidents of paper leak that took the nation by storm when The Central Board Of Secoundary Examination 2018 announced re-examination for Class 12 Economics and Class 10 Maths paper, CBSE has tightened securoty measures much to the inconvinience of the examinees.

The commence of the exam has been delayed by nearly hour amid uncertainty in schools over a new system that the board had said it would start from today to ensure maximum security and secrecy for question papers.

The CBSE or Central Board of Secondary Education had said examination centres would receive an encrypted copy of the question paper this morning, and they would need to download and print the papers on their own.

Class 10 students have language exams like Sanskrit, Urdu and French and Class 12 students have Hindi.

The schools were to receive an email link to the question papers, log in using the passwords sent to the superintendents, and then print over 2,000 sheets of paper until 10:15am - 15 minutes before the exam - under surveillance.

To avoid further inconvinience, the board decided to skip the process and go with the old system, in which the CBSE gets the papers printed at a designated printing press and sends them in a sealed package to their centres. The centres hand over the sealed packages to banks and the schools where the exams are held are to collect the papers from the banks.

Officials say the new system was tested on Thursday before the board sent instructions to exam centres.

To execute its new plan, the board had asked schools to arrange high-speed internet, with dongles as backup and generators. But officials say many schools said they didn`t have the resources or enough staff.

Meanwhile, CBSE in a circular alerted students to not get carried away by fake question paper of Class XII - Hindi (Elective) (enclosed)  being circulated on social media i.e. whatsapp, you tube etc. The board sai, " It is hereby informed that the question papers circulating on these social media are either of old year or a fake question paper. Hence it is requested not to circulate the news about these fake papers so that the Students and other stakeholders are not mislead"

CBSE Class X and XII board examinations scheduled to be held in Punjab on Monday, April 2 have been postponed after Dalit organisations called for a bandh expressing concerns over the alleged "dilution" of the SCs/STs (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.

 


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