Board Exams 2019: CBSE adopts TETRA software for level playing field in exams
7 days ago
Times Of India
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has been using digital technology to create as much of a level playing field as possible for students who feel unduly penalised by a disproportionately difficult question paper or a stray ambiguous question, a senior official said.
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