CBSE board exam 2015: Teachers hold a meeting to discuss the physics exam. Physics teachers from various cities held a meeting in Chandigarh on March 9, to discuss the physics exam which was conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The physics exams for Class XII was scheduled on March 9. The question paper was difficult and different from the usual pattern followed by CBSE. Most of the questions were subjective and the paper was lengthy and tricky for the students. The confusion of the students and the anxiousness due to the twisted paper has been alarming for the teachers too.
Many physics teachers stated that the three mark question in the three sets were irrelevant and they weren’t justified. According to Hindustan Times, Chavvi Chopra, a physics tutor in the city said, “Most questions were beyond the comprehension of students. Even the brightest of my students couldn’t attempt any of the three-mark questions due to lack of time.”Teachers suggested that CBSE should stick to its pattern and if not, CBSE should release sample papers based on the changed pattern to give a fair idea to the students. Even the students from top school complained that they had trouble attempting the questions as the paper was not scoring at all.
Amarjit Singh, another physics faculty said, “BSE should keep in mind the 40% weightage for JEE (main) while checking the papers and grace marks should also be given to the students for the lengthy paper.”
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CBSE board exam 2015: Paper analysis of Physics question paper
Source: INDIATODAY.IN NEW DELHI, MARCH 11, 2015