New Delhi: The number of students in the capital who were caught using unfair means in the Central Board of Secondary Education's (CBSE) Class 12 examinations has risen this year, though there was no change in the country-wide total, an official statement said on Monday.

"The number of cheating cases for Delhi has increased from 9 to 10, while at 47 the overall cases are the same as last year," said a CBSE statement.

The maximum number of cheating cases were reported from Allahabad (13) followed by Delhi with 10 cases. Bhubaneshwar did not report a single such case.


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