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CBSE Board Exams 2019: Students start online petitions for lengthy paper and demand for lenient marking

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 12 March 2019, 9:01 IST

The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE Board exams 2019 has been started across the nation for both Class 10th and Class 12th. Board exams are always haunting students that how will be the questions in the paper? What will be the marking system? Etc..After the examinations, students of class 10th and 12th have started filing their petitions on social media and urging Board not to do hard marking.

Recently, class 12th PCM students raised the matter on the micro-blogging site about their Physics exam which was held on 5th March that the paper was lengthy. Now, another problem is haunting Class 12th students of Commerce stream.

Class 12th Commerce students have raised their voice about their Accountancy paper that it was quite lengthy and demanded to evaluate the answer sheets leniently.

Even a petition is doing the round on social media which has already garnered over 8000 signatures from students and now, their aim is to take it up to 10,000 signatures for the same.

The petition claimed on social media that the Accountancy question paper was tricky and lengthy, which was not designed for an average student. Therefore, it took a lot of time to solve the question paper and several were unable to complete their exam on time.

Check out the petitions:

 

Not only class 12th students have raised their issues but also, class 10th Board students have shared their problems about their Class 10th Maths exam which was held on 7th March 2019. 

Check out their petitions:

 

Meanwhile, no response has been come from the side of CBSE about the online petitions that students have filed.

 

Also read: CBSE paper leak: Board asks Delhi Police to take strict action against menance of fake news; FIR registered

First published: 12 March 2019, 8:34 IST
 
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