CBSE conducted its 12th class Maths board exam on 18th of March, 2015 (Wednesday) all across India and the paper was stated as too tough and lengthy. Principals of many schools reported the matter to CBSE and discussions were on to provide a solution to students. According to the reports, CBSE is considering the following 3 ways to deal with the situation, however nothing has been announced officially yet.
- Lenient Marking
- Grace Marks
- Improvement Exam
CBSE 12th class Maths exam for year 2015 was not out of the syllabus but many questions were too tough. The paper was lengthy and questions needed in-depth knowledge. Questions were not according to the usual pattern and were reported to be of a high level which made students panic. Many teachers described 12th board 2015 maths paper as the toughest one in last 10 years.
12th class students are hereby advised to concentrate on their upcoming exams and not to stress about Maths paper. Any one of the above mentioned ways will be implemented by CBSE to deal with the situation which will be beneficial to all.
Source: The Hindu Newspaper