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CBSE : 92% students appear in violence hit areas

In the violence-hit areas of North East Delhi, more than 92 percent of students took their board exams on Monday, says CBSE. 12th grade students had the physics paper and the 10th grade students had the music paper.

CBSE on Sunday said that postponing board exams in violence-hit parts of north-east Delhi would hinder students’ chances of securing admission to professional courses like medical and engineering. However, CBSE said that it is ready to take the exam again for the students who could not take the examination as per the schedule of the cause of violence.

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