Students of CBSE standard 10th complained of the maths paper being too lengthy to be completed on time. The questions were from the syllabus and the paper was easy but the lengthy calculations ate up their time and the students found it difficult to complete their question paper in the stipulated exam time.
The Education Employ-ability gap is a condition in which the educational system cannot keep pace with the industry requirements and a gap is created between the two. This increases risks of unemployment as there are very few candidates who are considered employable. According to Kapil Sibal, Minister for Human Resource Development India, vocational training should be introduced to meet requirements of Industry. The problem is technology is changing everyday but the syllabus is remaining the same. Students pursue MBA, Engineering etc to get good high paying salary.