The Karnataka II PUC Business Studies exam was not a cake walk for students as the paper had a moderate level of difficulty. Timed between 10.30 am and 12.30 pm, the three-hour long exam was fully utilised by students who tried their best in answering the paper.
In an exam centre at Jayanagar, out of the 322 students registered for the exam, 297 were present.
How did Karnataka II PUC Business Studies exam go?
As students called Business Studies, an 'okayish' paper, they fought it through the exam to answer cleverly to the question paper. "The paper was neither easy nor hard. It was kind of moderate. There are no remarkable questions as such. I did my best,: said M Payal, a student.
While for student R Raghavi the ten marks were time-consuming and difficult, another student R Saranya felt the one mark and three marks difficult. "There were some unexpected questions too," she said.
Business Studies Exam Paper Analysis
This section had ten one mark questions that had to be compulsorily answered.
Section B had twelve 2 marks questions with a choice for students to answer any ten. A major part of it comprised definitions.
This had 5 marks questions that had to be answered in 15 to 20 lines. Out of 9 questions, students were given an option to answer any six.
This section had five 10 marks questions, out of which students had the choice to answer any three. Each of it had to be answered in 20 to 30 sentences. This part had questions related to features and types of management that had to be mostly answered in points. Students had difficulty in answering this section.
This section carried 5 marks for each question that was practical oriented. Out of the three given, students had to answer any two.