Sunday, June 15, 2008

Perfect Score in 10th

The number of students scoring a full 100 in subjects has come down to 5,071 this year from 7,631 in 2007 in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 examinations.There is a substantial decline in the number of candidates who have bagged the ‘perfect score’ in Mathematics.As against 5,251 students last year, this year just 2,647 students have scored 100 out of 100 in Mathematics.Similarly, in Social Science, only 598 students have scored a full 100 as against 1,233 last year.there are several subjects in which more students have scored the ‘perfect 100′ than the previous year. Science and Technology, Sanskrit and introductory IT are some of the papers in which more students have scored full marks.The new question pattern to judge students’ knowledge base could be the reason.

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