The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Friday said it has documented a second FIR with the Delhi Police against “counterfeit news in regards to paper spills” it asserted is flowing via web-based networking media.
After it documented a protest on Wednesday, the board recorded another grumbling on Thursday asking for the Delhi Police to take “stern activity against the culprits”.
CBSE held up its most recent protest against the individuals who shared recordings on YouTube in regards to the maths paper which was led on Thursday. It said that individuals in these recordings erroneously professed to approach the first paper.
“The Board has found more transfers on YouTube dishonestly professing to approach the first inquiry papers… also, recorded one more grievance and again kept in touch with the Delhi Police to make appropriate and strict move against scoundrels under arrangement of IPC and IT Act,” the CBSE said in the announcement.
“The Board looks for the collaboration of open not to trust the phony, unsubstantiated news and help in keeping up the holiness of the considerable number of examinations no matter what,” it included.
CBSE started its examination practice on February 15 this year, and from that point forward has “effectively” led tests in a sum of 167 subjects for Class 10 and 12 the nation over.