The Central Board of Secondary Education has conducted the Class 12 Sociology Exam on Monday. The student’s feedback and review reveals that there were no sets found.
Vinod Kumar, a student of Government Model Senior Secondary School (GMSSS), Sector 37 B, said, “In every exam, there are three sets while in the sociology examination, there were no sets. It was such a pleasant surprise for us.”
Mohit Kapoor, a student of Stepping Stones Senior Secondary School said, “Another thing that surprised us was that there were no misprints in the question paper.”
Vidhushi Khara, a teacher at New Public School said, “As per the blueprint, the question paper normally has three sets namely set 1, set 2 and set 3 or sometimes, set A, set B and set C but there were no sets this time. The objective of making sets in the examination is to avoid cheating.”
The difficulty level, as recorded by students, was difficult and lengthy.
Manu Sharma, a student in GMSSS 38 said, “The paper was along the expected line. The questions were framed from the NCERT only. Nothing was out of syllabus however the exam was lengthy.”
He said, “Many questions were repeated from the last year’s papers.”