12-22-2014, 06:42 PM
Students: CBSE class XII stated that math exam Wednesday, it was hard.
Students said they feared the results would affect their prospects of obtaining access to professional engineering courses. At least 50 per cent, at Ratings is mandatory in order to qualify for admission to engineering courses in the State.
In fact, mathematics teachers feared a high percentage of failure, unless the evaluation was liberal.
"The matter was brought to the attention of the CBSE Chairman Vineet Joshi when The hard last year has left many students ineligible for engineering course in the State. The situation was even more serious this year as reflected in panic emails that reach arbitration from schools around the State. we move a resolution Thursday calling on CBSE Chairman remedies to address the anxiety of students and parents, "Indira Rajan, State Secretary, Kerala CBSE School managements Association, told The Hindu.
The situation will lead to a high rate of attrition in CBSE schools considering that students in State vaccine program high marks because of its relatively easy question papers and even more liberal. The distribution of marks among chapters, a role model in the CBSE exams earlier, has been completely ignored, she said.
A mathematics professor has a great city schools said Hindu, provided anonymity that the paper would hit the question of environment and prospects below average students, considering that even bright students could just about finish the exam at the last minute leaving them with no time to review.
"These students were writing their first Board examination, as were the first batch of students from the introduction of comprehensive Assessment is still ongoing (CCE), which removed the obligatory Board exams in class X. Furthermore, while it was also insufficient for understanding the questions has not been easy," she said.
Vysakh Nair, a student of class XII Vidyodaya School, Thevakkal, said he had marked the maximum score was almost impossible as the questions were very different from the pattern given in the newspapers question. "The questions were also lengthy, in the sense that the questions that should have been done at least 10 Qualifiers would bring the best six brands," he said.
Geeta's bride-to-be, Prinicipal, Rani Public School, Vadakara, said at least 10-12 of 29 questions were very high on the scale of difficulty. "Not only that the questions were tough, but they were addressed in a way that indirectly.", she said.
Sreelakshmi, a 12TH grader, said the exam was hard despite her best dishes. "There were a few questions that from each chapter go through previous question papers. But none of them has been requested and making things difficult questions were right from the textbooks, "she said.