Karnataka 2nd PUC students were all smiles with an easy Economics Paper today. The Economics paper was scheduled to be held today, i.e., on March 16, 2016 Wednesday from 9 am to 12.15 pm.
According to the analysis of the Economics paper, most students found it to be easy but lengthy. Many students claimed that the questions were all direct and conceptual instead of the regular indirect and tricky questions.
Approximately around 70% were easy, 15% were moderate, 15% were difficult, which will lead to scoring of a centum a bit challenging otherwise, it was easy and in line with the blue print, an average student will be able to score anything between 50 - 60 marks.
Prathana P Prabhu - Deeksha Network
The question paper was very good. Usually in economics indirect questions are asked and paper is tough, however today most questions were direct and concept based. Economics paper is always lengthy, so the questions were as expected and in line with the blueprint. I had only gone through last year's question paper that's given in our text book, since the syllabus got changed this year, did not expect any repeated questions, however this paper was definitely easier than last year's.
Saranya Devi - Deeksha Network
The paper was easy but lengthy. 10 marks question from Money & Banking was as expected and lengthy. From Imperfect Competitive Markets, the 10 marks questions was asked for 5 marks, however overall I felt the question paper was in line with the blueprint and there were no out of syllabus questions or errors and expecting to get above 90 marks for sure.
Sachin S - Deeksha Network
The paper was easy but lengthy. Some of chapters where 10 marks questions were expected, 5 marks questions were asked and vice and versa. I felt questions from 11th and 12th chapters particularly were tough. I'm expecting to score above 95 marks.