Sunday, May 06, 2007
AIEEE paper which was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Sunday. Examination experts have pointed out errors in two questions of three marks in the physics and mathematics papers.The first error was found in the set, Code-M question number 22. It was a question aksed on definite integrals to find the solution for 'x' in the equation; the correct answer was missing from the list of four options. The multiple-choice type three-hour paper also had a typographical error in the physics section. In the question number 51, the students were asked to find the values of alpha, where the centre of mass of the new disc is alpha/R from the centre of the new bigger disc. But in spite of alpha/R it should have been alpha R.