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Physics paper: CBSE gets it wrong again

Question number 16 in set one and three and question number 15 in set two based on Ohm’s law did not have the value of voltage given. The question carried three marks.

delhi Updated: Mar 26, 2010 23:40 IST
HT Correspondent

Barely three days after a mistake in the mathematics paper, the Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) erred again on Friday.

This time it was the Class X science paper.

Though the paper distributed in Delhi had no problem, the ones outside the capital had an incomplete physics question.

Question number 16 in set one and three and question number 15 in set two based on Ohm’s law did not have the value of voltage given. The question carried three marks.

"Students will be compensated for this. But I cannot say how until our experts committee meeting, which will be held on Monday," said Controller of examinations, M C Sharma.

On March 23 Class XII students were in for a shock during their mathematics paper as one question was incomplete.