Students appearing for a class XII board exam in Manipur were given question papers with answers printed on the back side, after which the test was cancelled.
The Delhi High Court set aside a Central Information Commission`s order to AIIMS to provide an information seeker the questions and their answers.
Three persons, including a school principal, were arrested Friday from Car Nicobar island on the charge of leaking question papers of the ongoing CBSE examinations.
Aiming to bring greater accuracy
and international standards to the Common Admission Test
(CAT), the agency organising the examination has planned to
introduce different sets of question papers from this year.
Uttar Pradesh STF claimed to have
busted a racket involved in leaking question papers of University of Kanpur with the arrest of five persons from whom
it seized blank answersheets.
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