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The All India Engineering/Architecture Entrance Examination (AIEEE) 2011 was conducted smoothly on Wednesday but the students who appeared for the test on May 1 said the rescheduled paper was comparatively easier. School teachers and students who appeared for the test on Wednesday, however, said the difficulty level of the both the papers was the same.
Over 34,000 AIEEE aspirants who could not take the test on May 1 due to a paper leak in Lucknow appeared for the rescheduled examination on Wednesday. On May 1, the exam was conducted after a three-hour delay but these students either had to appear for the Armed Force Medical Course (AFMC) test held on the same afternoon or their centers were engaged for the latter test. The rescheduled test was conducted in 95 centers across 39 cities.
After writing the exam at Air Force Bal Bharati School at Lodhi Road, Suhasini Nair, a Class XII student, said, "The paper is almost the same as the previous one. With the benefit of hindsight I can say that I could have attempted the same number of questions on May 1 as I have done today."
Students who appeared for the test on May 1 however disagreed with her. Suman (name changed) said, "The exam on May 1 was of much higher level and today's paper seemed simpler. It was completely based on NCERT books."
Principal of Ahlcon International School, Mayur Vihar, Ashok Pandey, said, "Overall, the difficulty level has been same. My students from May 1 and May 11 batch said there is little difference between the two papers. CBSE always keeps back-up papers of parallel difficulty, so there is no chance of anyone getting undue advantage. The fact that they could reorganize and conduct the test for over 10 lakh students on May 1 speaks volumes about CBSE's ability to manage crisis."
Dipankar Mukherjee, chemistry teacher of Springdales, Pusa Road, however differs. "I am speaking purely as a parent and not as a teacher. I have not done a comparative study of the two papers but the difficulty level of two papers can never be exactly the same and CBSE should have conducted the exam afresh for all students," he said.
The Central Board of Secondary Education conducts AIEEE for admission to National Institutes of Technology, Indian Institutes of Information Technology, Deemed universities and many state institutions offering Engineering and Architecture courses. According to CBSE officials, the board takes contingent measures for any untoward incident. The difficulty level has not been compromised as they had set up an expert committee just for setting the paper for Wednesday exam.