The leak has gone to many cities in Karnataka within no time. The Karnataka Government has ordered a CID (Criminal Investigation Department)Probe into the second year Pre-University Examinations paper leak issue. The investigations are made strong all round the Exam Centres. It is found that the question papers were sold in Bangalore city for Rs.5000 and some others for Rs.20,000 per head and per paper just over night.
The postponed date will be announced as earliest as possible. The board had issued the question paper bundles, including optional subjects and languages of all variances like science, maths and arts on Monday 7. Now the KSEEB has planned to change all the question papers for all variances and keep the Board secure.
The sources reveal that more than 30 students have already been debarred from writing their exams including 14 Lecturers suspended from their posts. Around 4 Institutions from districts Kolar and Chikkaballapur, their approval from the Board has been cancelled. Director Rashmi said “The paper has leaked in Tumkur, the police have made arrests across the state in connection with the Maths paper leak. When question asked about the further precautions for the next Chemistry Exam, which is scheduled for 28th of March she said that the old question papers will not be used.