After the alleged leak of questions papers, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday announced that re-examination will be conducted across the country for Class 10 Mathematics and Class 12 Economics papers. At the success meet of Hichki held in Mumbai, Bollywood actor Rani Mukerji was asked about CBSE’s decision of re-examination. The actor’s latest film deals with hiccups in the education system and various nuances of the student-teacher relationship.
Rani Mukerji said, “As long as students are prepared for the exams, and the syllabus doesn’t change, it doesn’t matter if the exams are held again. If students are just mugging up, then it’ll be a problem otherwise if they’re preparing from day 1 then it doesn’t matter.”
“Of course, it changes their vacation plans a bit. That might take a beating I guess. But in terms of students, I am sure they all are very bright. So, giving exam wouldn’t be that much of an issue but the plans in terms of holidays might become a problem,” added the actor.