Education body CBSE will conduct re examination for the Class X Maths and Class XII Economics subjects in the midst of reports that the question papers for them had leaked.

“Board has taken perception of specific happenings in the lead of specific examinations as are being accounted for. With the view to maintain the sacredness of the Board Examinations and in light of a interest concern for the reasonableness to the students, the Board has chosen to reconduct the examinations in the following subjects (Class XII – Economics and Class X Mathematics),” the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) said in an announcement today.

The CBSE order says that the dates for the examinations will be shared soon.

“Subtle elements might be facilitated on the CBSE site within a week,” the announcement said.

The Class X Maths examination was held today; Class XII Economics exam was directed on Monday.

A hand written question paper of the Class XII Economics examination had purportedly been flowing on WhatsApp a day before to the examination. Many questions in this “leaked” paper were a similar that showed up in the real examination.

Students who took the Class XII Economics exam said the question paper was of normal trouble. This year, the CBSE had changed the marking scheme for Economics and practical component of 20 marks in the paper, which implies that the theory exam was directed for 80 marks altogether. The paper had two areas – macroeconomics and microeconomics. Each area had 12 questions making the total number of inquiries 24 which is six lesser than earlier years.

According to reports, a noteworthy lump of the questions asked in the Class X Maths paper were from NCERT course readings. Students said the exam was easier comparing with different exams this year, yet a tiny bit lengthy. Class 10 Maths paper is one of the last major papers the students went to this year.

More than 28 lakh students are taking the Class X and Class XII board exams this year, which started on March 5.

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