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Jamia Class 12 biology paper a copy of sample paper?
Mar 13, 2007 - 1:50:54 PM
Jamia is an autonomous university and sets its own examination papers. It does not follow the Central Board of Secondary Education.

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[RxPG] New Delhi, March 13 - Class 12 students of Jamia Milia Islamia's senior secondary school here were in for a surprise Monday when they found their biology paper to be a copy of a sample paper from a guide book. The school principal said he had not received any complaint so far.

Starting with the first question, which asks about the longest and heaviest bone in the human body, the rest of the paper was set on the same pattern as a sample paper from a guide book called 'Together with Biology: Class 12', said some students Tuesday.

Sana Ahmed, who had taken the paper Monday, said it was only after she came out of the examination hall that she realised the paper was a copy.

Jamia is an autonomous university and sets its own examination papers. It does not follow the Central Board of Secondary Education.

When asked about the question paper, Tariq Habib, principal of Jamia's senior secondary school, said that he had no idea about it. 'I have not received any complaint with regard to this and will act when I do. As of now, I don't know anything about it,' he said.

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