Central Board of Secondary Education has established Centres of Excellence through the entire country for Capacity Building of in-service Teachers, Heads of Institutions and other stakeholders. To provide a platform for the teachers to convey their ideas on various aspects of education, CBSE Result 2018 Class 10 is organizing two days Teachers’ Conference at Kochi on 16th and 17th May 2018. During the conference, teachers will receive an opportunity to connect with individuals, who have made notable contributions in the field of education. This will also help them to to network with all the best minds of academic fraternity and internalize the insights from the conference. The details of the proposed conference are as under “Education for Sustainable Development.
Nearly a month right after the Class 12 Economics Paper was leaked triggering widespread outrage and confusion among students across India, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct a re-examination of the paper today. After reports of the leak surfaced on March 28, the CBSE had announced it is going to re-conduct the examination on April 25. Then, there were also reports from the CBSE’s Class 10 mathematics paper being leaked, but the board decided against a re-test of the Class 10 paper, saying the examination was “largely an internal segment” from the school education system.
“The candidates will appear (for your exam) through the same allotted centres using the same admit card,” a board official said on Tuesday. For conducting the re-test in the economics paper, the board had said “Class 12 exams certainly are a gateway to higher education and various professional competitive exams which may have limited seats… Therefore, giving undue advantage to a few beneficiaries in the alleged leak in the economics paper would not in larger interest of the students.”
Earlier this month, the CBSE had stated it found no impact from the Class 10 mathematics paper leak after an assessment. The reports of leak of the CBSE papers had caused disappointment among students across the nation recently.
In Delhi, students held protests, accusing the CBSE of negligence and demanded immediate action against the guilty. Investigators made arrests in several parts of the country in connection with the truth, including in Jharkhand and Himachal Pradesh. They claimed to have arrested the key conspirators behind the leak from Una town in Himachal Pradesh. Three of the individuals were staffers with a school within the town.
The Category 12 economics paper was leaked on March 23 – 3 days prior to the scheduled date, according to Delhi Police. The leak was exposed after an envelope containing four images from the hand-written economics paper srzbns delivered to the CBSE Headquarters in Delhi on the evening of the scheduled date of examination – March 26.
Pursuing the leak reports, on April 2 CBSE tried a “leak-proof” system of “encrypted” question papers, which delayed the exam as being a few centres in Delhi were struggling to adhere to the printing of encrypted papers, e-mailed for them, at the school itself. The HRD ministry then set up a committee to look at this process by which the CBSE conducts examinations. The seven-member panel, headed by former HRD secretary Vinay Sheel Oberoi, will suggest measures to help make the procedure “secure and fool-proof” using technology. The committee needs to submit its report by May 31 to the Hr Development Ministry.