30 Mar

Experts say majority might not pass CBSE Class 12 Mathematics Exam 2015

According to Geeta Kapoor, HOD Mathematics, Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, New Delhi , 50 per cent of the paper was not very comfortable (the average student will not even pass the exam).”NCERT main teaching material was not sufficient for such high standard questions.”Many students who appeared for the Mathematics exam said that the question paper was of the IIT level and it was a four and a half hour question paper rather than three hours.The students had asked their teachers to write to CBSE to follow leniency while checking the paper and to provide grace marks. Thereafter, the Board conducted a meeting with some of its affiliated schools and it was reported that the Board might consider making the checking of papers more lenient.A notification issued on the official website read ” The  feedback  received  from  various  stakeholders including  students, subject teachers, examiners will be placed before the committee of subject experts before finalizing the marking scheme  to  be  followed  for  evaluation.  All possible efforts will be made to protect the interest of the students”.

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