The Central Board of Secondary Education has conducted the Class 12 Business Studies Exam, and the reactions received by students in Bhopal were mixed. Many students were happy with questions of marketing management and controlling, while some were unhappy due to tricky case studies.
The teachers reported a slight change in the exam pattern. According to the teachers, very few questions were found from the first chapter nature and significance of management and more number of questions were asked from the chapter controlling and management.
Queen Marys Higher secondary school student Alfina Parveen said, “I found the paper very easy. The direct questions of NCERT book helped me in completing before the designated time.”
Jawahar Lal Nehru School student Vikramaditya Singh said, “The case studies were very tricky. Most of my time was spent in solving case studies.”
St Joseph’s Co-Ed School Pawan Gupta said, “I found a change in pattern in the paper. This year more questions were asked from controlling. I am expecting good marks.”
A private school teacher Shobha Trivedi said, “It was overall easy paper. The case studies were brainy. There is a slight change in the pattern. The more questions were asked from controlling.”
In Lucknow, various reactions were received. They seem to be satisfied with the exam.
Yashmeet, a student of GD Goenka Public School Lucknow said, “it was an easy paper with some tricky cases, which confused us.” Komal Sharma said, “The paper was very good. It finished well before time and we got time to revise too.
A student of GD Goenka Public school, Ravi Verma said, “Paper was very good. Straight questions were all expected and we completed the paper on time. I expect to score good marks”.
Suhani Agrawal, a student of the same school said, “I felt that the paper was average in terms of difficulty though many students found a few questions tricky.”
“My preparation and practice were enough for today’s exam. I am sure I’ll score great marks” said Bhavya Yadav, a student said.
Samriddhi Kapoor, a student of Lucknow Public School, South City branch said, “The questions were easy and interesting and it was easy to draw a conclusion.
Another student from Lucknow Public School, South City, Pramanshi Saxena said, “The question paper was good and moderately lengthily. Application-based questions were not very tough.”
A senior teacher of Lucknow Public School, South City branch, Kanak Ojha said, “The Business Studies question paper of 2019 has maintained a balance between direct and application-based questions.”