Students will be given full marks for questions that are outside the syllabus or are wrong, regardless of whether they have written anything in their answer or not. A total of 102 questions in 16 subjects are either from outside the syllabus or there is a discrepancy in the choice of answers.
According to the information, Hindi, General Hindi, Sanskrit, History, Geography, Civics, Mathematics, Economics, Technical Arts, Chemistry, Biology, Accountancy (new course), Business Studies (new course), Business organization and correspondence (new course). Old Syllabus) There are errors in many questions on some of the notation of the subject either the questions have been asked from outside the syllabus.
In the History Symbol 321 (EP) set, many questions have been asked from outside the syllabus, due to which the students will be given 44 marks in it. Even if the student has left the copy plain, he will get 44 marks. There is a question paper of only one sign in Business Studies. In this regard, the arithmetic of the officers of the board has also gone wrong. In this the sum is given 25 marks, but the total number of questions is 5, 5 and 10. Thus the sum is only 20 marks.
At the same time, 26 marks will be given in civics code 323 (FD), 17 marks in maths code 324 (FF) paper, 16 marks in Sanskrit 303 (DW) paper. Not only this, in other subjects also marks will be given due to discrepancy in the question papers of different marks.