CBSE Class 12 business studies exam 2022: What students said about the paper

  • CBSE Class 12 business studies exam 2022: Shaksham Mishra, BBS International School, Gohri in Prayagraj said that his exam went well and felt that the questions asked were easier than those asked in Term-1 exam.
CBSE Class 12 business studies exam 2022: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday, May 17 conducted the class 12 business studies paper.(Santosh Kumar/Patna )
CBSE Class 12 business studies exam 2022: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday, May 17 conducted the class 12 business studies paper.(Santosh Kumar/Patna )
Updated on May 17, 2022 05:13 PM IST
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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday, May 17 conducted the class 12 business studies paper. Here is what students said after the exams:

Prayagraj

Shaksham Mishra, BBS International School, Gohri in Prayagraj said that his exam went well and felt that the questions asked were easier than those asked in Term-1 exam. “The question paper was not at all lengthy and all questions were from within the syllabus,” he said.

Shaskshi Yadav, also a student BBS International School, Gohri in Prayagraj also found the question paper only moderately tough but maintained that the questions asked were tougher than the ones asked in Term-1. “We had to answer 12 questions and I was able to do so within the stipulated time period. I hopeto score well,” she added.

Akansha Pandey, a teacher of Business Studies at MPVM Ganga Gurukulam, Phaphamau in Prayagraj said that it was a well-balanced question paper along expected lines and in accordance with the CBSE pattern. “The two case studies given were also interesting and most students would have done well in the exam,” she said.

Ghaziabad

Shruti Bhasin, HOD Commerce, Silverline Prestige School, Ghaziabad said, "The duration of the paper was 2 hours. The question paper was for 40 marks and with 30% internal choices. The questions asked in the options belonged to the same chapter. The paper was moderate and the questions were mainly NCERT-based. While 40% of the questions were case study-based questions, the remaining 60% of the questions were direct.

The direct questions were quite easy to answer. The case study-based questions were average. Students were able to attempt the paper in time. The paper pattern was similar to the CBSE Sample Paper for Term II.

Students of GD Goenka Public School Lucknow discussing their Business Studies paper on Tuesday.(Handout image)
Students of GD Goenka Public School Lucknow discussing their Business Studies paper on Tuesday.(Handout image)

Lucknow

The students of class 12 Commerce came out happily after writing their Business Studies paper as they found it easy especially the straight questions. Cases were bit tricky but they were able to solve it.

Sakshi and Ronit, both students of GD Goenka Public School, Lucknow said that they were able to complete the paper well on time and had enough time for revision.

Krish Panjwani found a case bit tricky. Harshil Agarwal, another student of GD Goenka Public School said that the paper was easy and most of the questions had been practiced in the class.

Shreya and Shreyansh hope to score very good marks in this paper. Shubh and Manvendra said that they were able to complete the paper well on time.

On the whole the students were satisfied with their performance.

Chandigarh

CBSE board 12th class students gave their business studies and business administration exam on Tuesday.
 Upon asking the difficulty level of the exam, students assessed it to be an easy exam. Rajat, from Sharda Sarvhitkari School Sector 40D said the paper was brief and simple with pretty straight forward questions. 

Prince, another student from the same school described the exam as average. 'All the exams have been smooth sailing till now', added Rajat.

Noida

Sadia Syed, Commerce Faculty Senior Years, Shiv Nadar School, Noida said, "It was a balanced question paper covering the Term 2 syllabus. The paper was a good combination of both easy and analytical questions. Most of the questions were direct and based on the concepts of the NCERT. The case study based questions were mostly easy but some were slightly tricky and needed students' understanding of the concept. The question paper was not lengthy and our students completed it within the given time frame. Students were happy with the question paper and are confident of scoring well.

(With inputs from K Sandeep Kumar in Prayagraj and Rajeev Mullick in Lucknow and Priyanka Thakur in Chandigarh)

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