CBSE 2014: Physics paper leaked: High Court Seeks Statement from Centre
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Central government have been aimed at by the Delhi High Court to present a comprehensive report on the leak of the Physics board examination question paper of Class 12 in Manipur
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Central government have been aimed at by the Delhi High Court to present a comprehensive report on the leak of the Physics board examination question paper of Class 12 in Manipur, in accordance with news reports.
A division counter of Acting Chief Justice B. D. Ahmed & Justice Siddharth Mridul declined to acknowledge the final report put forward by the government & CBSE on the concern, which alleged the leak of the All India Senior Secondary Certification Examination paper, was not "widespread".
"The statement does not contract with the verity that the question paper was on the web," the bench stated, and intended for the government to carry out a unsullied inquiry on the degree of the escape pertaining to other states.
Every year, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) prepares 3 sets of question papers for Delhi, rest of India & outside India.
The appeal filed by Rajiv Ranjan Dwivedi stated the question paper set for the 2nd category was leaked on the net a day before the exam date.
"The question paper was leaked on Internet and was downloaded & sold in the market," the petition alleged, adding that the question paper was available in the market for Rs 3,000.
While the CBSE has resolute to perform a re - examination of Physics paper in Manipur on April 2, the petition required course to the government to carry out re - examination for the rest of the country too.
The petition stated that those who thrive in acquiring the leaked question paper can definitely take benefit in the IIT JEE exam and receiving admission in good colleges.
It said 40 % of the marks getting hold of in the Class 12th exam are measured in the IIT JEE examination.
Drawing up the government for fading to emerge with appropriate data on the scope of the leak, the bench headed it to carry out a search into the number of 'hits' the web site received when it was hosting the leaked examination question paper.
"These things multiply like wild fire. Have you done an analysis as to how many hits that web site acknowledged during that period? We will also have to deem that some students may have downloaded it and mailed it to others," the bench stated.
The court placed the matter for additional hearing March 27th.