Following the list of language exams, today was the last day and it concluded with Karnataka II PUC Sanskrit exam. 183 students were present for the exam at a centre in Jayanagar. There were three absentees.
How did the Karnataka II PUC Sanskrit exam go?
As expected, the Sanskrit exam was fairly easy and the students were found contended with their performances. Says Sreenidhi Sridhar, a student, "There were no difficult parts. It was an easy paper with all direct questions, nothing tricky or confusing."
" After the Chemistry exam, we had ample time to study and prepare for Sanskrit. Almost every part was so simple in the paper. There is good scope for scoring except for the strict corrections," said Arun Giri, a student.
Sanskrit Exam Paper Analysis
- The first set of questions comprised ten 1 marks that had to be answered in one word.
- The second set of questions were from prose. It had to be answered in two to three sentences and carried two marks each.
- Three marks questions in the next section had questions from poetry that had to be explained with reference to the context. Students had a choice to answer any three
- Two marks was allotted for questions that had random sentences from the lessons and students had to recollect from which story it is from
- Five marks were alloted for prose related questions and there were four 1 mark fill in the blanks
- The other 1 mark questions were match the following and changing the tense
- The other grammar questions carried 3 marks. Any four of it had to be answered.
- There were two questions that was based on Sanskrit translation
- The last set of questions had an internal choice to either attend paragraph comprehension or essay. It carried 5 marks