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Tanima Ray

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha Abhibhabak Mahasangha, a state-level organisation of parents' associations which oversees issues of all private and government schools in the State, has sought intervention of Odisha Governor Ganeshi Lal for necessary action against the anomalies in CBSE Class 10th Examination in the year 2019.

The organisation has been working for parents' issues, fee structure of private schools, examination discrepancies, etc. in CBSE, ICSE, BSE for the last 3-4 years.

They have alleged that there were faults in CBSE Class 10th Examination question papers this year which include questions out of the syllabus, confusions in 'OR' questions in Science, Mathematics and Hindi papers.

As more than 10000 students in Odisha are affected due to the anomalies, the parents had written their grievances to Chairperson and Secretary of CBSE, New Delhi and Regional, Eastern and Bhubaneswar heads of the course, yet no action was taken in this regard, the Abhibhabak Mahasangha alleged.

Recently, the parents had also written to the Principal Secretary to Department of School and Mass Education, Odisha and raised the issue before the HRD ministry.

"We urge for your kind intervention and request HRD Ministry in this regard for the benefit of students," the organisation mentioned in the letter to Odisha Governor.

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