Karnataka Class 12 Chemistry exam cancelled again after fresh question paper leak; students protest
Students are protesting in Bengaluru following the cancellation of the exam.
Thiruvananthapuram: The Class 12 Chemistry examination of Karnataka's Department of Pre-University Education (DPUE) was cancelled once again on Thursday following a fresh question paper leak.
The II Pre-University (PU) chemistry exam (equivalent to Class 12) was originally held on March 21 but was cancelled and re-examination scheduled for March 31 following a question paper leak.
However, the DPUE cancelled the II PU chemistry exam today as well after detecting a fresh question paper leak.
DPUE officials have asked students to not come to the examination centres, The Hindu reported.
According to DPUE sources, they were informed early this morning about the question paper leak by CID officials.
The department will soon decide and announce the date for the next re-examination.
CID had been tasked to investigate the first paper leak on March 21 following protests by students and parents.
Meanwhile, students are protesting in Bengaluru following the cancellation of the exam.Bengaluru following the cancellation of the exam.
Most of them are saying they won't appear for the exam again.
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