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R. Radhika|Jun 9, 2023
NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 business studies paper was easy, balanced, and included a mix of questions, according to students and teachers. CBSE 12th business studies and business administration papers today from 10:30am to 1:30pm.
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According to Sanjana Bhalla, PGT, MRG School, “CBSE business studies paper for class XII , this year was a blend of competency based and case based questions. There was a good amalgamation of HOTS and NCERT based questions as well. The paper overall was very balanced in terms of difficulty. Students also seemed happy as questions were in line with the sample paper provided. We can expect students to score well.”
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Priyanka Swami, PGT Commerce, KIIT World School, Gurugram found the paper as simple and balanced. She said, “The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 business studies paper on Saturday, March 25 was simple and well balanced. As per students, the level of difficulty was moderate. The question paper was a balanced mix of knowledge, analysis and application based questions. Most of the students were able to complete the paper well in time and also could save some time for revision.”
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According to the teacher, no error was found in the question paper. The paper consisted of questions ranging from easy to critical. Language was very easy and proper reading of the question will make it accessible for the students.
Pooja Kohati, PGT, business studies, DPS Rajnagar Extension said that students found the paper easy and were able to revise all answers on time. “Students mentioned that the business studies paper was easy, and they were able to attempt each and every question. They also had ample time to revise all answers. MCQ questions were scoring and it was also seen that about 40% of the questions asked in the paper were direct and from the NCERT books,” she said.
The teacher added, “students who have prepared well from NCERT textbooks and practised the sample paper should be able to do the paper well. Overall, the paper was balanced. However, if learners demonstrate sound knowledge and understanding of topics, they will be able to score good marks.”
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