CBSE results: Cheating cases rise in Delhi
New Delhi: The number of students in the capital who were caught using unfair means in the Central Board of Secondary Education`s (CBSE) Class 12 examinations has risen this year, though there was no change in the country-wide total, an official statement said on Monday.
"The number of cheating cases for Delhi has increased from 9 to 10, while at 47 the overall cases are the same as last year," said a CBSE statement.
The maximum number of cheating cases were reported from Allahabad (13) followed by Delhi with 10 cases. Bhubaneshwar did not report a single such case.
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