Heeding the disappointment of examinees related to the Maths exam, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to adopt proper evaluation moderation measures. The board will safeguard the interests of the students who have suffered due to the unusual difficulty level of question paper.
Every student will get four marks for the question on vector as it had a printing error. According to senior officials of CBSE, “There are feedbacks on difficulty levels mostly for three subjects—mathematics, physics and English," said a source. "All possible efforts will be made to protect interests of the students," CBSE public relations officer Rama Sharma said.
The difficulty level of the question paper had come up for discussion in Parliament and in response to this the HRD Ministry had asked the board authorities to address the grievances.
The question paper covered all the important concepts, but it was tricky and application-based.
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