Panel admits to 3 errors.

May 25: The Eamcet committee on Wednesday admitted that there were two errors in the Eamcet question papers apart from the one question which has two options as correct answer.

It has decided to delete both the erroneous questions that had crept in the physics section of engineering and medical stream question papers. While the total marks for engineering and medical stream question papers were 150 each, the evaluation will now be done for 149 marks each following the deletion of one question in each paper.

The deleted question number in the engineering stream was 85 in Code-A, 98 in B, 116 in C and 89 in D. The deleted question number in medical stream was 100 in Code-A, 91 in B, 105 in C and 82 in D. A question in zoology section in the medical stream paper has been found to have two options as the correct answer. The question number is 71 in Code-A, 57 in B, 62 in C and 51 in D. The committee on Wednesday released the ‘initial key’ admitting two errors. It has sought the feedback from students, teachers and other stakeholders over the initial key. “The initial key has been posted on the Eamcet website. We request all to examine the initial key and send objection, if any, by June 2. We will look into the objections and release the final key along with Eamcet results in the second week of June,” said Dr Ramana Rao, convenor, Eamcet.

Source : DC

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