Neighbourhood News Desk/Avi Arya: Students said that on Monday the Central Board of Secondary Education’s Class 12 economics paper had some tricky questions but overall the paper was scoring and that they completed it on time.
Here are some of the statements:
Students in Lucknow found the economics paper “based on concepts” and one that required “core knowledge” of the subject. They said the difficulty level of the paper was moderate and that it scoring in most of the sections. Questions carrying one mark were tricky and the long answer questions were direct, they added.
Students in Madhya Pradesh’s capital said some questions were tricky but overall the paper was easy and they expect to score well.
Students and teachers in Bihar’s capital said the paper was easier than last year’s and that a few questions from the macro economics section were “a bit difficult”.
The CBSE Class 12 board exams started on March 5 and will end on on April 12. This year, 11,86,306 students are appearing for the Class 12 exams conducted at 4,138 centers in India and 71 venues abroad.