CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2017: Computer Science Paper Analysis

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CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2017: Computer Science Paper Analysis

CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2017: Computer Science Paper Analysis


New Delhi:  The class XII board aspirants appeared for Computer Science examination today, March 27, 2017 conducted by CBSE at various examination centers. Computer Science was the last elective exam for science stream students. As per the feedback we received from students and teachers about the question paper, it can be concluded that the paper was not difficult and student who had prepared well and covered all the topics could easily have scored 85+. We spoke to Kulmeet Kohli, who is a PGT in Computer Science/Informatics Practices at G D Goenka, Greater Noida about the Computer Science question paper. 

What was the overall difficulty level of the paper?

For science students, this was the last elective subject exam so students were anxious and tensed about the paper in morning. But fortunately all the students who appeared for the exam were satisfied and happy with the Computer Science paper. Rather students found it simple and the easiest of all the papers conducted before. Programming and Boolean Algebra sections were application based and thus students found them easy to solve.

What is your overall analysis of the Computer Science question paper?

Analysis of the question paper: Each question paper was divided in three sections; Section A, B and C. There were a total of 7 questions and the students were given a choice between Section A and Section B while Section C was compulsory.

Section A: It was based on 'C++' programming and most questions were based on objects, coding and outputs which were to the point. Students with good logical and programming skills and who had thoroughly studied had no trouble comprehending the questions of this section. While an average student would have faced problem in getting outputs of few questions, eg:- Q.1(e),Q.1(f).

Section B: The section was for candidates with 'Python' programming and the section had simple application based questions.

Section C: It was a compulsory section and all examinees had to attempt it. The section had theoretical questions on networking, SQL and Boolean algebra, which they found simple and scoring. If a student had gone through CBSE sample papers, he would have found this section easy and would score good marks.

Were there any tricky or difficult questions in the paper?

Paper was good with no drawbacks, only one random function question was tricky. 

(With inputs from Kulmeet Kohli, PGT Computer Science/Informatics Practices, G D Goenka, Greater Noida)

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