On day of Holi today, the Karnataka II PUC accountancy exam took place in the festive mood with students ready to celebrate their exams success as the accounts paper turned out to be easy. Being not even a lengthy paper, the exam gave students ample time to solve the questions and do it dexterously.
How did Karnataka II PUC Accountancy exams go?
Says N Pavithra, an invigilator, "In the room that I supervised, students did not even ask for extra papers. But they all sat and wrote very neatly. Their presentation was good and it all went on smoothly."
In an exam center in Jayanagar, third block, 668 students attended the Accountancy exam from three different pre university colleges. While anxious parents waited outside the exam hall, the students seemed happy and satisfied about the ongoings of the exam and came out cheerfully discussing the answers.
"The subject is a little difficult but I am hoping that my daughter has done well," said a parent Suma, as her daughter Meghana came out happily after having given her best shot.
While Part B was the easiest for S Anusha, for Nishy Prateshi, Part C was the part where she expected to secure the highest. "The questions on shares were quite easy. The paper was good and we have all done well," said Prateshi.
Accountancy Paper Analysis
This part carried ten 2 marks questions with a choice to answer any 7. There were no numerical questions in this section and it was fully theory.
This section carried five marks questions. There was a choice to answer any four out of the seven questions. It had mostly sums to calculate and balance sheets to solve.
This sections contained 14 marks questions for five pages long. It was full of accounts problems but students reported this to be the easiest section that had the scope to score more.
This is the last section that had practicals oriented questions carrying five marks. Students were given a choice to attempt any two out of the three.