CBSE Exam Misconduct: Carelessness of a Teacher: Will the Students get Proper Justice

30 students of the CBSE 12th COMMERCE had to suffer due to carelessness of the invigilator, when the question paper for writing the exam was provided to them 25 minutes late, and taken back on due time without providing any extra time.

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This incident happened at the St. Mary’s Convent School, Fatehpura on 3rd March. This school was allotted as the examination centre to students of St. Anthony’s School. The commerce students were gathered to write their 1st examination of Business Studies. The examination was to begin at 10:30 a.m., and at the same time the bell too was rung, but the invigilator could not hear it. Approximately after 25 minutes, i-e- at 10:55 a.m. when he saw the students of the adjacent class writing their exam, he issued orders to distribute question paper to the students. Due to this, many questions were left un-attempted of almost all the students.

The school administration accepted its fault and declared that 10 minutes were provided extra to the students, but the students deny it. The report of the incident has been sent to CBSE for final decision requesting bonus marks for students.

The question is, will the students get proper justice? Let’s all hope for the best.

Source :- Dainik Bhaskar

by Aman Asnani


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Photography By Prasun Bannerjee


Exams! Either a controversy, or a thrill, or a success, or sadness. It always brings a nostalgic memory, the exam fever, the syllabus fear, late night studies, combine studies and many more. This word is truly a word that always adds a spice to our life.

It’s the beginning of the exam season with month of March today. The most important exam for the first step of career, i-e the (CBSE) board exams are starting from today.

The first paper for CBSE 2011 board examinations will be of physics, which is meant for the science stream of class 12th. For a detailed time-table, click on the links given below (Source: CBSE)

We, at UdaipurBlog, wish every candidate appearing for their exams “All The Best”. May your luck and preparations, both favour you at their best. Work hard and fight for every mark, and don’t try to use any unfair means. 🙂