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Class12 Students Face Day1 Board Exam With A Smile

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Updates Of Class 12 Day 1 Board Exam
Class 12 Board Exams are ON. Around total number of 20 cases of copying were detected during the examination of Chemistry paper. Starting from Monday the 5th of March has been taken off in a controlled manner. Accorsing to Gujarat Secondary And Higher Secondary Examination Board (GSHSEB) Chairman RR Varsani the cases of cheating were found in Navsari, Baroda, Panchmahals and Dahod district. He said that there was no printing or any other mistakes in the question paper.

A student of A-One School in Satellite named Shah Virank who was giving his examination at the Kameshwar School in Bodakdev area, said that questions were very easy, but still objective type questions were a bit tough. A student from Bhopal Jhanvi Brahmbhatt of St.Annes School was very happy as she came out of the examination centre. She said “The question paper was very good”, to her parents who were waiting outside the Kameshwar School.

An other student from RR Trivedi School in Vejalpur also said she found the papers to be very easy. When the examinations began at 3 PM, Education Minister Vasuben Trivedi offered flowers to students at a school in Sabarmati area and wished them success.

Moreover, National Students Union of India members also offered flowers to encourage the examinees at the ST Xaviers School at Mirzapur. It was found that a boy faints on the way leading to his examination centre school, was rushed to hospital and doctor says reason as 'PRESSURE'.

An other report says, a student Utkarsh Sanjay Upadhyay who was going to his examination centre at MK Vidyalaya at Ellisbridge, became unconscious in his car before reaching the examination centre. His father took him to the MediSurge Hospital immediately, where the doctors said the boy suffered from Psychological disorder owing to the examination to ease the examination pressure.

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