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The HSC-Guj-CET tangle continued to upset students in the state. Like in the past years, the trend of students performing well only in one of the two HSC (science) and Guj-CET exams continued this year. Many students who performed well in HSC (science) exams fared badly in GujCET exams. Anushkha Patel, a student of HBK School, was all smiles when she got her HSC (science) result where in she scored 90 per cent.
However, the happiness was shattered by the Guj-CET result as she scored only 75 per cent marks. Another student Rituraj Jaywalk too was upset as he scored 90.66 percentile in HSC exams, but scored just 77 per cent in the entrance test. Like Patel and Jaiswal there are many whose fate will be hanging in balance despite a good performance in board exams. GSHSEB officials said that students in Gujarat are fare less when it comes to competitive exams. This year out of the total 1.1 lakh students who appeared for the Guj-CET exam in the state only 1,000 could manage to go beyond 90 percentile. Officials said that more than 20,000 students have in fact scored less than 20 percentile. The Guj-CET exams in the state too have witnessed problems with erroneous questions being common each year. This year too, board officials awarded five grace marks to all students due to an error in mathematics paper.
Courtesy: Times of India
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