NCERT has approached Delhi police to find a racket involving printing of pirated and duplicate books for different classes by publishers. NCERT has named few publishers who are involved in allegedly selling of so called help books at a very cheap rate in open market.
Sources confirmed that there are several private schools that are a part of this nexus and they ask students to buy these books instead on those by NCERT National Council for Educational Research and Training).
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