"The paper was moderately easy but the distribution of questions was concentrated more on a few subtopics than expected", said Mrs Pushpa Balyan, Head, Home Science, Army Public School, Delhi Cantt.
"The average student would find it easy to solve the paper and the questions were different from last year s paper", she told NDTV.
Mrs. Balyan said that the paper has no sections but there was scope for covering more sub topics in the question paper, when asked about the overall structure of the question paper.
"The students from humanities stream with economics had their economics exam yesterday and could have scored better had they got some gap for preparation for the home science exam. Overall a good score is expected", said Mrs Balyan.
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