With easy papers on Day 3, students heave a sigh of relief

Relatively easy papers in Computer Science, Electronics and Psychology eased the stress of students on Day three of the II PU exams on Saturday.

“Questions were straightforward and direct. Many questions from the handbook appeared. There was nothing outside of the NCERT textbook,” said Sanjita Nayak, a student.

Another student and IIT aspirant Rithu Sanket said, “It was very easy. I had one hour extra. Everything was from the syllabus. A lot of questions were from previous years papers.”

“The exams went off smoothly. However, two cases of malpractice were reported in the Computer Science examination. One case was reported from Belagavi and another from Chamarajanagar. Students were debarred,” said C Shikha, director of the Department of Pre-University Education (DPUE).

Milind Chippalakatti, Vice-President of Deeksha Centre for Learning, who analysed the question paper, said, “Last years pattern has been followed and questions were set as per the NCERT textbook. The paper was easy compared to last year. The blueprint has been followed. More questions were based on theory.”

As many as 78,314 students appeared for the Computer Science examination, while 6,590 students appeared for the Electronics paper and 1,609 students appeared for the Psychology paper in the state.

Relatively easy papers in Computer Science, Electronics and Psychology eased the stress of students on Day three of the II PU exams on Saturday.

“Questions were straightforward and direct. Many questions from the handbook appeared. There was nothing outside of the NCERT textbook,” said Sanjita Nayak, a student.

Another student and IIT aspirant Rithu Sanket said, “It was very easy. I had one hour extra. Everything was from the syllabus. A lot of questions were from previous years’ papers.”

“The exams went off smoothly. However, two cases of malpractice were reported in the Computer Science examination. One case was reported from Belagavi and another from Chamarajanagar. Students were debarred,” said C Shikha, director of the Department of Pre-University Education (DPUE).

Milind Chippalakatti, Vice-President of Deeksha Centre for Learning, who analysed the question paper, said, “Last year’s pattern has been followed and questions were set as per the NCERT textbook. The paper was easy compared to last year. The blueprint has been followed. More questions were based on theory.”

As many as 78,314 students appeared for the Computer Science examination, while 6,590 students appeared for the Electronics paper and 1,609 students appeared for the Psychology paper in the state.

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