CBSE Class 12 Business Studies Analysis: ‘Challenging case-studies, easy MCQs’

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 students today appeared for the business studies exam. The students who appeared for the Class 12 business studies exam found the paper moderate with some critical and analytical questions. The business studies exam was held for 80 marks from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm.

According to Shruti Bhasin, PGT Business Studies at Silverline Prestige School, Ghaziabad, the question paper was average and the questions were mainly CBSE sample paper-based. 

“The direct questions were quite easy to answer. The difficulty level of MCQs and case studies was also average. Students finished the paper well in time and were satisfied with the level of the paper. Overall it was a student-friendly paper,” Bhasin added.

As per Deepa Upadhayaya, HOD Commerce, Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir, Delhi, the business studies paper was more on the difficult side and could bring down the scores of average and below average students.

The paper was a blend of competency-based and case-based questions, Priyanka Swami , PGT ,BST/Commerce, KIIT World School, Gurugram said adding that there was a good amalgamation of HOTS and NCERT-based questions. 

“The paper overall was very balanced in terms of difficulty. Students mentioned that the business studies paper was easy, and they were able to attempt each and every question. MCQs were scoring and it was also seen that about 40 per cent of the questions asked in the paper were direct and from the NCERT books. The paper was very balanced in terms of difficulty,” she added.

Students from KIIT World School, Gurugram also seemed happy as questions were in line with the sample paper provided. We can expect students to score well, the teacher added.

Some of the case studies presented a slight challenge, necessitating a comprehensive grasp of the concepts, Alka Kapur, Principal Modern Public School, Shalimar Bagh said.

“Today’s exam was comfortably manageable. It was efficiently completed within the allotted 2.5 hours, allowing ample time for revision. The multiple-choice questions posed no significant challenge. While some of the case studies presented a slight difficulty, they were navigable with a solid understanding of the concepts. Overall, the exam adhered to the CBSE guidelines and left me feeling satisfied with my performance,” Suhani, XII Commerce from Modern Public School, Shalimar Bagh said.

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First uploaded on: 27-03-2024 at 14:19 IST

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