Keeping in mind the difficulty level of the board exams, the Directorate of Education, Delhi government has set up a committee comprising teachers and subject experts. 18 members committee will submit its report by 31st March. 'We will keep the compatibility between Question Papers and Question Bank by us so that to improve the quality of content,' said a member of committee.
If the difficulty level in board exams is very high, the committee will approach to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The private unaided schools will do the same if they find any problem related to exams and marketing scheme. 'The question papers dealt with analytical and thought provoking matter this year. Overall exams were much fair than last year. We are waiting for results and approach the board if there is problem with exams checking,' said principal of Springdales School, Jyoti Bose