03-31-2015, 04:52 PM
Expert committee can answer any questions at all disappointed students. Central Board of secondary education (CBSE) has promised to make all possible measures to protect the interest of the students. Students will get justice for grade 12 mathematics disaster.
According Rama Sharma, PRO CBSE, after feedback from various stakeholders, including students and teachers sensors on class 12 maths paper; CBSE has decided to place math question for the Tribunal subject matter experts before finalizing labeling scheme followed for evaluation. Told to India today, there are no news on grant all four brands to all students for the question on vector. She also said that no such news has come to his knowledge.
The expert committee will analyze all the questions referring to such papers prepared for CBSE. Teachers hoping for some leniency in paper checks so that marks can be given for formulas and step wise labeling.
Social media has become storms CBSE maths exam disaster news. It seems that the CBSE board had received many requests from grade 12 student who had appeared for the CBSE class 12 maths paper on March 18, 2015.
Students should not now be concerned meet the cut off for colleges. Hope Committee addresses all the complaints of students and decide whether grace marks can be given to them.
All good for auditing and let's hope for the best.