Thursday, March 06, 2014

CBSE PHYSICS Re-Examination Likely after alleged leekage is proved

The three sets of Physics question paper, which were uploaded on Hueiyen Lanpao's website as "leaked out" question paper for today's All India Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (AISSCE)-2014 conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), have all turned out to be the exact question paper for the examination, thus clearing the doubts over this leakage.

The Physics paper of AISSCE carries a total of 100 marks including 30 marks for practical.

It was reported that the "leaked" question paper for Physics was sold for Rs.3000 to 5000 in the State.

The question papers were found available two/three days ahead of the examination.

The "leaked" question papers were also uploaded on social networking sites and popular web portals for the public to ascertain the fact.

Many responses came within few hours of the upload.

Most people decried the leakage while few of them considered the question papers to be fake.

As the examination for Physics paper was also held at various examination centres in the State, many students including their parents rang up the office of Hueiyen Lanpao confirming the "question leakage" .

One person from Guwahati, who had seen the "leaked" question papers on Facebook, said that all three sets of Physics question paper came in the examination.

Some people claiming to be Imphal-based officials of CBSE came to Hueiyen Lanpao office asking for the original hard copies of the "leaked" Physics question paper.

But, their request was not entertained.

Another student called up the Hueiyen Lanpao office asking whether the question paper for Chemistry was available, and requested to upload the same if available like in the case of Physics.

When Hueiyen Lanpao contacted the CBSE officials in New Delhi on telephone, a lady replied that nothing could be said at the moment as the matter was being discussed by a high level committee of the CBSE.

Any development in the case would be uploaded on CBSE's websites, and However, both websites of CBSE remained inaccessible till the time of filing this report.

Unfortunately, the website of Hueiyen Lanapao "" also crashed possibly due to huge internet traffic in the aftermath of the expose.

However, engineers have been put into tasks to fix the problem.

Many students' bodies and other organizations have started condemning the 'leakage' and demanded the authorities concerned to look into the scam and conduct reexamination at the earliest.

They also urged the authorities to bust the question racketeers and ensure proper conduct of CBSE examinations in the State.

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