Students in some parts of the state on Friday alleged some of the questions in mathematics paper were out-of-syllabus and they may lose at least 25 out of 100 marks without their faults. This raised a concern and many other students later claimed that they faced the same during the examination. Addressing the media on this issue, Pegu said that a departmental probe has been launched, and the final decision will be taken once they get the report."The Board of Secondary Education Assam (SEBA) has been directed to examine the matter. If the allegations are true, each of the students will get these 25 marks," he said. The class-10 final examination, also known as High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) is conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) in Assam. The examination started on February 16, where a total of 4,25,965 students from across the state are sitting. On the first day of the examination, a case of question paper leak was reported from Cachar district.