Cases of cheating during CBSE exams have been on the rise. The reexamination of Mathematics and Economics papers for class 10 and 12 respectively is fresh in everyone’s mind. CBSE has been working upon a module to combat such incidents and soon it would be issuing an instruction module to all the schools to deter students from cheating.

CBSE officials assure of security mechanisms in the system that will help identify malpractice and making the exams this year leak-proof.

Delhi High Court has instructed the CBSE to conduct exams early this year so that the results do not coincide with the Delhi University admissions. Hence, CBSE would be announcing the results by May.