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Students of class X seemed relieved after the Science and Technology paper on 15th March, Thursday. Most of them found the paper lengthy, but easy. The students now have just two more exams to go- Social Science and Gujarati (second) language. Along with Science and Technology, class X students also had Sanskrit prathama exam on Thursday. When DNA spoke to students after the exam, they said the paper was easy but a bit lengthy. Some of them complained that question number 6 in section 'D', worth two marks, was from outside the textbook. Some of the English-medium students got confused as one of the questions asked them to elaborate on 'Mercury'. They said they were not sure whether to write about planet Mercury or the metal. But the teachers clarified that the confusion was baseless.
The students were required to write about planet Mercury, which was part of their curriculum. "The paper was easy. All the questions were from textbook and there was nothing confusing. Some of us found it lengthy though," said Aarti Parmar, a student. CB Patel, a teacher, said that the paper was easy but some of the questions were tricky. "Average students would find it difficult to answer these questions, but otherwise it was simple," he said. On Thursday, six cheating cases were registered in Gujarat, according to official communication from Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board. One case was registered from Ashwamegh High School in Amraiwadi. A dummy candidate was caught in Junagadh. Other cases were from Porbandar and Bhavnagar.
Courtesy: DNA India
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