Bihar Board Grants Full Marks to Errors in Class 10 Answer key

Breaking news!!! There are some mistakes in the Bihar board class 10 answer key. The authorities soothed the students by awarding full marks to the wrong answers in the answer key. The answer key was mostly incorrect.

“No sooner did I got the information that there are dozens of mistakes in the answer key of science, social science and mathematics papers given to the evaluators of question papers, I asked the examination cell to look into the matter and find a remedy,” said BSEB chairman Anand Kishor . A three tier committee has been formed consisting of following members- BSEB secretary Anup Kumar Sinha, academic director AK Pandaya and chief vigilance officer Sudhir Srivastava to look into this aspect.

“The committee will see to it that teachers who prepared the answer key shall be blacklisted. It is going to recheck other answer keys also. It is feeling sorry for the mistake committed and will not repeat it in the future. The evaluation process is over and done. We cannot correct the answer sheets once again. Full marks will be awarded for answer key mistakes.” kishore said

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“The decision taken by the board is apparently harmful to the candidates who have given right answers and is a boon to the students who have answered it wrong.” said Bihar Secondary School Teacher’s Association (BSSTA) general secretary Shatrughan Prasad Singh. The situation occurred because of the carelessness of the board. The board has allotted the correction to primary school teachers.

“The answer key objective type questions were mostly wrong while there are only few mistakes in the answer key of subjective type questions. The committee has warned the board not to assign work to the primary school teachers and because of their recklessness the student’s career is affected.” Singh said.

About 17.6 lakh students have appeared for the Bihar board class 10 exams. Out of them 8.98 lakh are boys and 8.67 lakh are girls.

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