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The intricate questions of physics in Gujkat confused the students

The intricate questions of physics in Gujkat confused the students





Rajkot, July 6: The Gujarat Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education conducted Gujkat examination for admission in engineering and paramedical courses from district headquarters across the state, including Rajkot, in a peaceful atmosphere and following the guideline of Kovid-19.


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In the morning session, a joint paper on Chemistry and Physics was taken.  In which 8181 out of 8450 students registered in Rajkot center appeared for the examination.

 While 262 students were absent in today's paper.  Chemistry and Physics 80 marks in this paper Chemistry questions turned out to be textbook based.  The students were a little confused when they were asked physics questions.  While in the afternoon session, Biology (40 marks) paper was taken for 1 to 2 hours and Mathematics paper for 3 to 4 hours.  The biology paper also turned out to be easy overall.

 It may be mentioned here that 1.17 lakh students were registered in Gujkat examination across the state.  CCTV in Rajkot  The test was taken from 40 buildings equipped with cameras.  Following the guideline of Kovid-19 at each examination center, the students were given admission by measuring the temperature with sanitizer and thermalgun.  Observers were on stand-by at each of the centers.  Not a single incident of irregularity occurred in the morning session during this test.

 The Gujkat examination was conducted peacefully by the Gujarat Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education today from district headquarters across the state, including Rajkot.  A pictorial glimpse of the students who were admitted to the examination centers following the guideline of Kovid-19 by measuring the temperature with a thermal gun.  (Photo: Deven Amrelia).








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