In the report, the police also mentioned that the principal of a school in Bawana whose teachers were arrested for allegedly leaking the papers a few hours before the exam, was not co-operating in the probe.
While the full bench also observed that there is no manual for the police to follow to protect the documents from unauthorised access, it lambasted the SIT and said, “You thought of giving everything. Give the CDs also,” and at the end of the hearing, called the documents an “open secret”.
CBSE official K S Rana was in charge of the exam centre from where the Class XII CBSE economics paper was allegedly leaked. He had been suspended by the CBSE for lax supervision of the examination centre.
CBSE exam 2018: "Fake leak mafias are at it again. Students and parents are advised not to fall prey to such mischiefs. The political science paper purported to have been leaked is fake," HRD's School Education Secretary Anil Swarup said
According to police sources, one of the groups received photos of handwritten questions from a group member. On seeing this, the members chipped in and said they, too, had received handwritten questions on WhatsApp.
What happens when one of the world’s largest school education systems is pilloried in the media for all the wrong reasons? Credibility is the first casualty. The sacred thread that binds a student, her faith in examinations and the fairness with which it is conducted, can never be traded.
The FCI's exam for the post of watchman was supposed to be held at various centres in Madhya Pradesh yesterday. The aspirants were asked to pay Rs 5 lakh each for the question paper, according to a release issued by the STF