‘Maharashtra Board not at fault’: Students miss 10th Hindi exam after fake date sheet goes viral

MSBSHSE Class 10th Hindi exam was scheduled on March 8. But the fake date sheet which went viral listed the exam on March 9.

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Several students miss Maharashtra Class 10 Hindi exam, says reportSeveral students miss Maharashtra Class 10 Hindi exam, says report

Anu Parthiban | March 11, 2023 | 12:54 PM IST

NEW DELHI: Several students missed the Maharashtra Board Class 10 Hindi exam after a fake time table goes viral on social media. On Friday, parents of students demanded for a fresh exam for those who missed the Maharashtra Class 10 Hindi exam. However, the state school education minister Deepak Kesarkar said that “the exam board is not at fault in this case”, as per the Hindustan Times report.
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MSBSHSE Class 10th Hindi exam was scheduled on March 8. But the fake date sheet which went viral listed the exam on March 9. Several students did not turn up for their Class 10th Hindi paper because of the fake Maharashtra State Board Class 10th time table 2023.

“The board is not at fault here. The students were repeatedly told not to believe the viral schedule on social media, but they believed it anyway. These students will now have to take the supplementary exam, which will be held in July,” the HT report quoted Deepak Kesarkar.

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has been in the spotlight after the Class 12 mathematics paper leaked minutes before the exam on March 2. Four people were held in connection with the Maharashtra board exam paper leak case.

In another incident, a mass copying by Class 12 students at a school in Pune district in the ongoing Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) physics paper was reported. A case against nine teachers has been lodged by the police for helping students in using unfair means during the exam.

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